Competition strong at top
The competition remains fierce at the top of the men’s A-grade games, after Mayuga Majik beat Trouts School in their round 13 match on Thursday night.
It was neck and neck in the first half, with only one point in it at half-time, but the Majik worked hard to wrest the upper hand in the second.
Once a few points ahead midway through the term, they held on to keep control of the game even as the Trouts doggedly attempted to come back, and were rewarded with a 47-38 win.
First-placed side #Yogetit confidently defeated the Pistons, who were having a bad day in offence, 40-15.
In the women’s A-grade, Mud Flaps beat Falcons by two points in a close match.
The Mud Flaps win was the result of a strong second-half scoring effort by their players, who were 5-15 down at half-time.
They dug deep in the last term to overtake the Falcons, who struggled to keep up, and ultimately came back from behind to win 26-24.
Hello Trouts defeated Pegy Flyers 32-25 after breaking away in the second half.
In the women’s B-division, Lady Falcons got an important win in their top-two match-up against the Hawks, beating their opponents by six points.
Goat Trouts had a victory over the Roebourne Razorbacks and Blazers beat Sinners 24-15.
In the men’s B-grade, the Flakers and Schoolers played an even match, with Flakers running out 23-20 winners.
Prodigy dominated their game against the Cardinals, winning by 23 points.
The Heat defeated Pelicans by a 13-point margin while Vipers beat the Redbacks 47-23.
Heat’s BJ Borrell looks to shoot under pressure from Pelicans’ Trevwai Hicks and teammates.
Pegy Flyers’ Rosie McMinn leads her team forward.