Plenty of goals scored in round four of Upper Great Southern Hockey Association
Riffs continued their stellar start to the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association men’s A-grade competition after notching their fourth win of the season in round six on Saturday.
Coming off the bye last week, Riffs wasted no time getting back on the winners’ list recording an emphatic 6-1 win over the winless Olympics.
Rohan Bilney, Dane Angwin and Brock Francis served the victors best while Jacob Mulcahy, Mitchell Overington and Blake Heil were solid in defeat.
All Blacks prevailed 4-2 over Lakers to record their third win of the season in the other men’s A-grade game.
Better players in the win were Liam Sweeney, Ben Broad and Connor Page. Rick Wise, Alan Blight and Kurt Wise played well in defeat.
In the women’s A-grade competition, Warriors and Wagin both registered their second wins of the season.
Both sides prevailed in close battles — 2-1 over Williams and Robins respectively.
Wagin defeated Robins after the siren as Courtney Perkins, Shani Chiswell and Brooke Lange were influential in the win while Chloe Blight, Zeta O’Rourke and Claire Coffey played well for Robins.
The Warriors’ triumph was set up by Cara Borthwick, Chloe Buzza and Kira Flynn while for the opposition Fleur Ford, Zali Spencer and Renae Bransby battled hard.
Dumbleyung remain undefeated after six rounds of the men’s B-grade competition as they ran out 4-1 winners over the winless All Blacks.
Better players for the victors were Jake Angwin, Joel Watkins and Luke Button.
Olympics notched their first win of the season after upsetting Wagin 6-2 with Steve Sexton and Jacob Mulcahy solid in the win.
Warriors were too strong for Williams as they registered an emphatic 7-0 win while Pingelly defeated Riffs 3-0.
Warriors remain at the top of the ladder in the women’s B-grade after a 2-0 win over Robins led by Cara Borthwick, Lucy Kilpatrick and Alyce Smith.
Wagin defeated Robins 2-1 while Brookton also recorded a 2-1 win over Williams in the other women’s B-grade fixtures.
In the upper school competition Ventures defeated Falcons, Eagles prevailed over Toucans and Collegians won over Panthers.
Leopards recorded a 5-0 win over Cougars and Tigers defeated Pumas in the middle school games. Lakers and Devils were the winners in the J11 competition.
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