Tornadoes storm home in sodden ‘ Swamp Bowl’
Typhoons led 16-14 at halftime and still had their noses in front 24-22 in the shadows of fulltime.
But, just as it appeared their bash and barge approach would pay off, White unleashed two of his three touchdown passes for the af t ernoon and wide r eceivers Kyle Reynolds and Kim Scanlon were only too happy to accept.
‘‘ Our team unity was what brought it home, everyone working together and making adjustments,’’ White said. White paid tribute to his side’s defence as the Typhoons looked to use sheer size and power to batter their way to triumph.
‘ ‘ T h e y d e f i n i t e l y o u t - muscled us in size, but at the end of the game I think skill and agility and the passing game helped us out,’’ White said. Townsville Gridiron Championship II is set down for an August kick-off, with hopes of adding more sides to the three that played in American Football’s 2011 rebirth in the city.
TOUGH GOING: Typhoon Dean Cox ( with ball) gets a taste of the action at Corcoran Park at the weekend