A-grade games highlight of round

Rodney JohnsonNarrogin Observer
Wagin defeated Robins Red 3-1 in the women's B-grade.
Camera IconWagin defeated Robins Red 3-1 in the women's B-grade. Credit: Rodney Johnson

In the fifth round of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association the A-grade games were a highlight of the fixtures.

In the Sportspower men’s A-grade Warriors defeated All Blacks in a tight contest, 1-0, with Nick Corner, Chris Allen, Lachy Ward, Liam Sweeney, Tristan Lock and Jacob Reardon being the best players.

Riffs defeated Olympics 3-1 and the best players were Wade Angwin, Rhett Ballard, Gareth Keeling, Nathan Squibb, Shawn Heil and Jack Nankivelle.

In the Edwards Holden men’s B-grade Wagin defeated All Blacks 3-2, Williams beat Olympics 4-0, Dumbleyung defeated Riffs 3-1 and Warriors beat Pingelly 3-2.

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In the Sportspower women’s A-grade Warriors defeated Mighty Ducks 6-0 with Cara Borthwick, Chloe Buzza, Isabelle Kilpatrick, Vanessa Perkins, Sophie Warburton and Keisha Thompson named best players.

Wagin and Williams had a 3-3 draw and best players were Emily Holt, Penny Shackley, Kara Dohle, Renae Bransby, Tracey Price and Alana Ford.

The Edwards Holden women’s B-grade had Robins White defeat All Blacks 3-0, Brookton defeat Williams 3-0, Wagin defeat Robins Red 3-1 and Wickepin and Warriors had a nil-all draw.

In the lower school competition Bulldogs defeated Devils 7-0, Stingrays defeated Dumbleyung 2-0, Saints defeated Dingoes 3-0 and Williams defeated Brookton 3-0.

In the middle school competition Leopards defeated Lions 9-0, Cougars beat Tigers 1-0 and Pumas defeated Panthers 8-0.

In the upper school competition Vultures and Collegians had a 2-2 draw and Ag Rangers defeated Toucans 4-1.

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