Set for Life ce­ment place on the lad­der

Broome Advertiser - - Classifieds - Carly Laden

An­zac Day com­mem­o­ra­tions did not stop Set for Life in gain­ing a cru­cial vic­tory over the Sandy Pancakes to ce­ment their sta­tus as a top team.

In the 12th round of com­pe­ti­tion at Vic­tory Life Church, Set for Life were de­ter­mined to get the win, although the Sandy Pancakes were not go­ing to give up with­out a fight.

The Sandy Pancakes started off the match with an early lead thanks to some con­sis­tent serv­ing, but some pass­ing er­rors led to Set for Life catch­ing up.

Once Set for Life took the lead, they ran away with it and took the first set of the match.

In the sec­ond set, it was a fairly even start un­til Set for Life gained some mo­men­tum from sneaky tips and good block­ing.

The Sandy Pancakes con­tin­ued to be a thorn in Set for Life’s side un­til some poor com­mu­ni­ca­tion led to Set for Life notch­ing an­other set un­der their belts.

In the fi­nal set, the Sandy Pancakes did not want to suf­fer a straight-sets de­feat, while Set for Life wanted to con­tinue work­ing their way up the lad­der.

The match came down to a nail-bit­ing fin­ish when Set for Life won the fi­nal set 26-24.

Else­where, Vol­ley­ball is Life picked up a nar­row vic­tory over the Sandy Badgers, the Old Guns held off Al­ter­na­tive Facts, the Beta Block­ers de­feated Sta­ble Odds, and the Is­lan­ders re­main un­de­feated by pick­ing up a for­feit vic­tory over Knocked Up.

Pic­ture: Carly Laden

Set for Life pre­vailed over SandyPan­cakes.

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