Beta Block­ers serve up dom­i­nant straight-sets per­for­mance BEACH VOL­LEY­BALL

Broome Advertiser - - Sport - Carly Laden

Hard hits and strong serv­ing helped the Beta Block­ers to their sec­ond con­sec­u­tive vic­tory in round 13 of beach vol­ley­ball at Vic­tory Life Church.

De­spite the Beta Block­ers gain­ing the straight-sets vic­tory, their op­po­si­tion Vol­ley­ball is Life did not go down with­out a fight.

It was a pretty even start to the match but once the Beta Block­ers got go­ing, it was hard for Vol­ley­ball is Life to stop them from tak­ing the first set. The sec­ond set saw Vol­ley­ball is Life tak­ing their sig­na­ture ap­proach as they con­tin­ued to im­prove as the match pro­gressed.

Al­though Vol­ley­ball is Life had the early lead, the Beta Block­ers were quick to take it thanks to some con­sis­tent serv­ing from Josh Linton.

The Beta Block­ers’ mo­men­tum con­tin­ued into the fi­nal set, al­though Vol­ley­ball is Life were hot on their tail.

How­ever, Paul Shoemack’s hard-hit­ting serves and tough spikes from his team­mates led the Beta Block­ers to the straight-sets vic­tory.

Mean­while in other re­sults, the Is­lan­ders kept their un­de­feated streak alive with a win over the Sandy Pan­cakes, Set for Life de­feated Al­ter­na­tive Facts 3-0, Sta­ble Odds picked up their first win of the sea­son with a for­feit vic­tory over Knocked Up and the Old Guns held off the Sandy Badgers.

Beta Blocker’s Paul Shoemack, left, at­tempts a spike.

Vol­ley­ball is Life faced Beta Block­ers. Pic­tures: Carly Laden

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