War­riors edge out Mon­grels

Pilbara News - - Sport - Rob Skin­ner

War­riors have redeemed them­selves with a good win over Mon­grels.

After an un­ex­pected loss to Wreck­ers in the pre­vi­ous round, they came out strong against the lad­der lead­ers and won the first round 4–1, and from there, they were never chal­lenged as they went on to win 9–6.

Mon­grels are still hold­ing on to top po­si­tion de­spite los­ing to War­riors and th­ese teams will meet again in the first week of the fi­nals.

Tav­ern­ers did what was re­quired for fourth po­si­tion.

Rec­a­holics went into the match with a re­spectable per­cent­age lead given there are only three more rounds and a win would have al­most en­sured fourth po­si­tion was theirs, but Tav­ern­ers were too strong on the night.

The fi­nal 11-4 re­sult was enough to put Tav­ern­ers a match and 0.1 per cent ahead.

Wreck­ers de­feated Animals, 9–6, while Pu­n­ish­ers were too good for Slayer, 10–5.

Pic­ture: Rob Skin­ner

Matt Caf­far­alla

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