Wil­liams pull off one-goal vic­tory over Wa­gin

Narrogin Observer - - Sport - Michael Traill

Wil­liams have over­come a de­ter­mined Wa­gin in their NDNA A1 di­vi­sion pre­lim­i­nary fi­nal, which left spec­ta­tors guess­ing for the en­tire match last Fri­day night.

Noth­ing could sep­a­rate the two sides head­ing into the main break, with each scor­ing 19 goals for the half.

Led by Jaimee An­der­son and Me­gan Hardie, Wil­liams man­aged to pull off an im­pres­sive sin­gle­goal 39-38 vic­tory over Wa­gin, and will face Pin­gelly in this year’s grand fi­nal on Satur­day.

Felice Crisp and Laura Hut­tonS­torrt were named Wa­gin’s best for the match.

In the A2 di­vi­sion 1, Wa­gin ended Pin­gelly’s sea­son in their quest for a premier­ship.

Lead­ing by four goals at half­time, Pin­gelly could not hold on in the sec­ond half.

Wa­gin piled on 34 goals to 17 af­ter the main break, and se­cured them­selves a 57-44 vic­tory.

Kristy Ball and Re­nee Bar­ritt were named best for Wa­gin, while Claire Cun­ning­ham and Claire Par­sons im­pressed for Pin­gelly.

They will face Olympics Turquoise on Satur­day.

Wa­gin 4 faced Wa­gin 3 in their A2 di­vi­sion 2 derby.

Wa­gin 3 held a sin­gle-goal lead over Wa­gin 4, 23-22, at half-time.

How­ever, a dominant 15-7 third quar­ter in favour of Wa­gin 4 se­cured their 51-40 win in the end, book­ing them a show­down with Waves in the grand fi­nal.

Pic­ture: Susie McDougall

Wa­gin’s Wynta Kapene in­ter­cept­ing a Wil­liams’ pass to Me­gan Hardie.

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