Sea Ea­gles dom­i­nate

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT - Ja­cob Wil­son ja­cob.wil­son@whit­sun­day­

AFL: The Whit­sun­day Sea Ea­gles may have been in­ac­cu­rate with their goal kicking on Satur­day, but there were plenty of them and they got the job done.

The Sea Ea­gles scored 14.24.108 in their clash against the Eastern Swans, keep­ing their op­po­nents to 2.5.17.

Chris Mor­ri­son and Trevor Richie were in solid form with their mid­field play and Mitch Bell put on a strong per­for­mance in the ruck.

Jared Camp­bell was in­stru­men­tal to the Sea Ea­gles im­pen­e­tra­ble de­fence, re­strict­ing the Eastern Swans to a com­par­a­tively low score.

Next week the Sea Ea­gles will face Bak­ers Creek in Mackay. Un­der 14

IT DIDN’T take long for the Un­der 14 Sea Ea­gles to dom­i­nate the Eastern Swans with swift and con­sis­tent move­ment from the cen­tre.

Im­pres­sive team work was the big­gest as­set for the side, al­low­ing the Sea Ea­gles to move around the ground with ease.

The score was 13.8.86 to 3.1.19 in favour of the Sea Ea­gles with Baily Townsend, Cooper Og­den, Josh Ek­ert, Jack McKin­non and Aden Allen-Fanke play­ing well. Un­der 12

A “RE-SHAPED” Un­der 12 Sea Ea­gles side de­feated the Swans 11.6.72 to 4.2.26.

Miles, Tom, Ka­halia, Lu­cas, Zac and Jor­dan were sin­gled out for their abil­ity.

Full for­ward player Tate kicked five goals.

The Women’s and un­der 17 sides had a bye this week.

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