War­riors claim sum­mer com­pe­ti­tion

Pilbara News - - Pilbara Sport - Rob Skin­ner

War­riors have capped off an out­stand­ing sea­son by adding the sum­mer com­pe­ti­tion premier­ship to their win­ter com­pe­ti­tion suc­cess.

Un­for­tu­nately, the Wreck­ers were un­able to field a full team but the play­ers were valiant in their ef­forts.

While the score­board showed the War­riors were com­fort­able vic­tors at 8-4, it was 4-4 ear­lier and with­out the three forfeits the score­line would have been 5-4 to War­riors and the match would have been far from de­ci­sive.

The War­riors were hot favourites, fin­ish­ing on top of the lad­der hav­ing been the out­stand­ing team all year.

Con­grat­u­la­tions go to the War­riors as a team, and also plau­dits to War­riors player Mar­cus Tutt for his re­cent win in the elite sin­gles over Rob Hinck­fuss, 10-9.

Fur­ther ac­co­lades were in or­der for Hinck­fuss, who part­nered Gill Nolan in their dou­bles ti­tle vic­tory over Mar­cus Tutt and Scott Hutchin­son.

The sum­mer com­pe­ti­tion’s high­est per­cent­age player was the War­riors’ Richie Hesle­wood, who won 88 per cent of the games he played.

Pic­ture: Mar­cus Tutt

Mar­cus Tutt, Matt Caf­farella, Richie Hesle­wood, Craig Ni­cholas, Chris Lewis and Steve Hey­mans.

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