Late goal hits Thunder’s run
■ Men’s B-grade top team the Thunder had their first disappointment back from the break in round 20, with a draw against tough competitors Roebourne Warriors.
Though their match had been close, the Thunder looked like they had it in the bag at 33-30 minutes before the end.
But a late three-pointer from the Warriors handed the Thunder their second draw for the season.
The Flakers and the Heat faced each other in a bottom-two matchup and, with both sensing it was a game they could win, it was a fierce fight.
The Heat fought harder and outlasted a second-half Flakers offensive to win 28-19.
The Vipers came back from behind against the Titans and won 28-20, and the Cardinals had an ef- fortless win over Cyclones Men.
In men’s A-grade, ladder leaders Mayuga Majik had a scare from bottom team Pardoo Katz, who, after beating second-placed #Yogetit weeks ago, are proving they should not be underestimated.
The Katz edged ahead around half-time and held that lead early in the second half, to the delight of their supporters.
But Mayuga eventually surpassed them by eight points to maintain their winning streak.
Second on the ladder #Yogetit’s recent shaky form continued when they lost to third-placed Coral Trouts.
In women’s B-grade action, second-placed Mud Flaps suffered a six-point loss to Pegy Flyers, Just Us dominated for another week with a decisive win over the Blazers, the Falcons defeated Cyclones Women 31-13, and the Beavers beat Goat Trouts by one point.
Mayuga Majik’s Harley Alec jumps for a rebound.
Pegy Flyers’ Kylianne Farrell tries to get around Mud Flaps’ Kate Learmonth.