Kaipaki shows form in lacrosse contest
Kaipaki Phoenix are showing early season form, lying second in the Women’s Lacrosse Summer League held at Bremworth Park.
The Rototuna-based Suburbs Falcons have posted three convincing victories to lead the A division with nine points.
Kaipaki Phoenix are on six points and will be keen to end Suburbs’ unbeaten run after a close match with the Falcons in their first encounter.
The women’s B division, which boasts 10 teams from around the Waikato, is starting to take shape with three teams on nine points — Suburbs Black, Suburbs White and Cambridge Panthers.
Te Awamutu Navy has six points, Te Awamutu Emerald 4, Kaipaki Phoenix B 3, and Cambridge Leopards 3.
Cambridge Middle School currently dominates both the girls’ A division and the boys’ division of the Intermediate School League.
Both of these teams have a maximum nine points after three weeks.
In the girls’ B division, three teams currently lead Group A with six points each, Te Awamutu Intermediate Gold, Saints United Thunder and Peachgrove Pandas.
St Peter’s B lead Group B on nine points.
Action from the Te Awamutu Navy vs Cambridge Panthers lacrosse game in the Women’s Club League B Division. Pictured from left are Alice Taylor and Alicia Holman-Evans (Cambridge Panthers), Gemma Dykshoorn (Te Awamutu Navy).