War­riors storm back to top

Pilbara News - - Sport - Rob Skin­ner

The Kar­ratha Dis­tricts Eight Ball com­pe­ti­tion re­mains tight, and with two rounds played, only one team re­mains un­de­feated.

War­riors, a pow­er­house of the com­pe­ti­tion, are back to the top of the lad­der, dis­pos­ing of Samp­son Slay­ers, who plum­meted seven places in their fall from top po­si­tion after week one.

In the only lop­sided re­sult so far, War­riors de­feated Slay­ers 13-2 and have the top spot, some­thing they won’t re­lin­quish in a hurry.

Mon­grels, not ac­cus­tomed to sit­ting on the bot­tom of the lad­der, had all the run­ning against Wreck­ers and led 8-3 early in the last round be­fore Wreck­ers put to­gether a stringof games to add re­spectabil­ity to the score­line, go­ing down 9-6.

Rec­a­holics had a close match against Pu­n­ish­ers.

They won the first two rounds 3-2, but Pu­n­ish­ers got it as close as 7-6 down in the last round be­fore Rec­a­holics closed out the match at 8-6.

Pu­n­ish­ers won the last game, but it was too late for them as they went down 8-7.

In the other match, An­i­mals pushed Stick­men, but Stick­men were too good, win­ning 9-6, and push­ing them to sec­ond on the lad­der.

Pic­ture: Rob Skin­ner

Wreck­ers player Randy Deguz­man.

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