Crocs cruise to an­other huge vic­tory

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

IN greasy, wet con­di­tions, the Port Dou­glas Crocs dom­i­nated last Satur­day’s game at Wat­son Park.

The de­pleted North Tigers of­fered to­ken re­sis­tance as Brad Cooper’s side marched on to an­other em­phatic win.

The un­de­feated Crocs kicked 32 goals to the out­classed Tiger’s 4.

There was never go­ing to be a gen­uine con­test as the Crocs cruised through the game.

Led by the in-and-un­der mid-field­ers Peter Bury and Troy Lehman, the Crocs charged for­ward early and had es­tab­lished a match win­ning lead by mid-way through the first quar­ter.

Dy­namic small-for­ward Kurt Brad­shaw booted 5 goals as did Kye Chap­ple; only Chap­ple’s sur­pris­ing in­ac­cu­racy in front of goal pre­vented the star full-for­ward from bag­ging dou­ble fig­ures.

De­vel­op­ing ruck­man, teenager Ethan McCul­lough, con­trolled the cen­tre-square.

The Crocs’ run­ning-backs, led by Wes Glass, Jor­dan Cameron, Col Lau­rie and Gavin Jacks, were out­stand­ing on the treach­er­ous sur­face.

Best play­ers: Peter Bury, Troy Lehman, Ethan McCul­lough, Matty Med­craft, Brett McKe­own, Col Lau­rie and Kurt Brad­shaw.

Lead­ing goal kick­ers: Kye Chap­ple 5, Kurt Brad­shaw 5, Matty Med­craft 4, Skip Grib­bons 3, Wes Glass, Adam Gross, Brett McKe­own and Jesse Maw­son 2.

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