Under-17s side still unbeaten
AUSSIE RULES: The Whitsunday Sea Eagles want to claim the flag this year.
The side’s intentions have never been more evident than in their 21.16.142 to 8.6.54 win on Sunday over the Mackay Magpies.
The Sea Eagles shot out of the gates at Magpies Sporting Club and never looked back as they took a 11.7.73 to 5.2.32 lead into half-time and finished the match with a dominant 21 goal haul.
Matthew Galonski and Bryce Matthews both claimed four goal hauls with Nicholas Proud bagging three.
The season long battle between Sea Eagles and Mackay City Hawks for first on the Premier’s ladder continues with both sides on 28 points but the Hawks are still ahead on percentages.
The Sea Eagles return to Whitsunday Sportspark on Saturday against North Mackay at 2.55pm.
THE ladies Premier team are still searching for their first win after another tough 11.12.78 to 1.0.6 loss to Mackay Magpies on Saturday with Gina-Lee Carter snagging a late goal.
THE future stars of the Whitsundays have continued their unbeaten run to the season with a 8.11.59 to 6.2.38 win over the Magpies on Saturday to cement their spot on top of the ladder.
A tight encounter saw the Magpies take a one point lead into half-time but a dominant third quarter saw the Sea Eagles kick four goals to storm home.
Josh Norris was a handful all day with three goals.
Under-14s MORANBAH Bulldogs were no match for Whitsunday on Saturday as the Sea Eagles claimed a 10.11.71 to 2.2.14 win.
The junior Sea Eagles were dominant throughout the match, leading every quarter with Oscar Dolan kicking three goals.
THE SEA Eagles struggled against the Bulldogs in their 7.2.44 to 0.2.2 loss on Saturday. Hayden O’Hanlon was the stand-out again.
IN THE FIGHT: The Whitsunday Sea Eagles v Mackay Magpies on Sunday.