Kaipaki shows form in lacrosse con­test

Te Awamutu Courier - - News -

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.

Photo / Lou Kibby

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).

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