Club go­ing full flight

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

AUSSIE RULES: The Whit­sun­day Sea Ea­gles have be­come firm early sea­son favourites as they dis­man­tled the Mackay City Hawks on Satur­day.

In a top of the ta­ble clash, the Sea Ea­gles, in front of a vo­cal home crowd at Whit­sun­day Sportspark, dom­i­nated ev­ery quar­ter to win 12.11.83 to 2.9.21.

Ni­cholas Proud con­tin­ued his dom­i­nant form to kick five goals.

Af­ter run­ning to a 4.1.25 to 0.1.1 first quar­ter lead, the Sea Ea­gles never looked back as they kicked 12 goals.

The win sees the men’s side sit atop the Mackay com­pe­ti­tion lad­der.


It was an­other tough game for the ladies Sea Ea­gles as they strug­gled to get into the match, go­ing down 0.7.7 to 8.4.52 against the Hawks. Chloe Madex put in the per­for­mance of the day.


A crush­ing per­for­mance from the Sea Ea­gles U17s has seen them re­main un­de­feated on their way to a 15.11.101 to 5.5.35 vic­tory over the Hawks. The 15 goal per­for­mance saw Jay­den Clark bag seven.


The U14s an­ni­hi­lated the Hawks 17.20.122 to 0.0.0 to stake their claims as con­tenders. Os­car Lind­say (four goals), Jalen Jarvis and Bai­ley Townsend (both three goals) did the dam­age in front of the posts.


A low scor­ing af­fair didn’t af­fect the Sea Ea­gles as they claimed a one point vic­tory in their 3.1.19 to 2.6.18 win on Satur­day. Ja­cob Dewis bagged a dou­ble and was named best on ground.


PAD­DLE TIME: The Whit­sun­day SUP Chal­lenge rac­ing at Nara In­let on Wed­nes­day.

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