All Blacks in shock win

Narrogin Observer - - Sport - Michael Traill

The All Blacks pulled off an im­pres­sive up­set against lad­der lead­ers War­riors, with a 5-1 de­mo­li­tion in the UGSHA men’s A-grade last Fri­day.

They still trail sec­ond-placed Olympics, who de­feated Riffs in a close 2-1 game to round out week 7 of the com­pe­ti­tion.

In the women’s A-grade last Satur­day, Robins re­main on top of the ta­ble af­ter a 2-0 win against last-placed Wil­liams.

War­riors now go three games clear of Wa­gin, record­ing a 3-2 win against the third-placed side.

In the men’s B-grade last Satur­day, top-placed War­riors thrashed win­less Pin­gelly, 7-1, to re­main a game clear of Dum­b­leyung af­ter their 3-0 win over Wil­liams.

All Blacks and Wa­gin drew their match in an un­der­whelm­ing 0-0 re­sult, and re­main third and sixth placed re­spec­tively.

Wa­gin se­cured an im­pres­sive 4-1 win over Riffs.

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