Pirates own the round
The second round of the Karratha Water Polo Association’s competition belonged to the female Pirate’s team, who finished Thursday evening undefeated in the pool
In the first ladies game, the Pirates defeated the Krakens 7-3.
Despite some impressive goals from Natalie Glover, Jessica Newbold and Brooke Turner early in the game, the Pirates were able to keep the Krakens ladies scoreless in the last quarter.
The most best and fairest votes went to Pirates’ Anouska Angove after her remarkable five-goal effort, followed by Erin Shaylor and Laura Hill. In their second game, the Pirates defeated the Barracudas 6-4.
Julie Anne Elkins’ stand-out performance for the Cudas earned her three best and fairest votes.
Anouska and Portia Angove also received votes for the Pirates.
In the men’s competition, the Krakens defeated the Pirates 8-5 after a stand-out performance from David Rigby.
Best and fairest went to Rigby, Justin Angove and Byron Newbold.
In the second men’s game, the Pirates had better luck, winning their game over the Barracudas 7-6.
Best and Fairest went to Haydon Linn, Dean Murray and Justin Angove received his second nomination for the evening.
If you are interested in joining the Karratha Water Polo Association competition, please see their page on Facebook. Training and match nights are on Tuesday and Thursday nights, respectively, starting at 6pm.
All players must be fully registered to play before hitting the water. You can register at www.foxsportspulse.com.
David Rigby received three best and fairest votes for the Krakens who defeated the Pirates 8-5 in the second round.
Pirates’ Portia Angove received best and fairest votes.