Riffs strong early season form continues to remain undefeated after round four of Upper Great Southern Hockey Association

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Robins’ Claire Schleuniger takes a shot on goal against Williams.
Camera IconRobins’ Claire Schleuniger takes a shot on goal against Williams. Credit: Emma Taylor

Riffs remain undefeated after round four of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association men’s A-grade competition at the weekend, recording their third win of the season.

Riffs drew in round two but have won their other games, including Friday’s impressive 4-0 victory over Lakers with Rohan Bilney, Brock Francis and Kyle Angwin the better players.

Zak Hatfield and Graham Treloar were in the best for Lakers.

Warriors bounced back from their defeat last week to Riffs to shrug off All Blacks in round four and record a 3-1 win with Aiden Lowes, Nick Corner and Jack Robinson all starring for their side.

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All Blacks were best served by Ben Broad, Andrew Bairstow and Sam Broad.

In the women’s A-grade competition, Williams won a closely contested game over Robins, 2-1.

Williams were best served by Fleur Ford, Zali Spencer and Renae Bransby, while the better players for Robins were Claire Coffey, Chloe Blight and Colleen Edwards in the narrow defeat.

Williams’ Suzi Hogg takes control of the ball against Robins on Saturday.
Camera IconWilliams’ Suzi Hogg takes control of the ball against Robins on Saturday. Credit: Emma Taylor

Warriors and Wagin could not be separated in the other women's A-grade match, drawing 1-1.

Warriors’ better players were Isabelle Kilpatrick, Chloe Buzza and Ellie Nalder. Pingelly were comprehensive 4-1 winners over Olympics in the men’s B-grade competition.

Pingelly were best served by Nick O’Brien, Ryan Marwick and Ricky Overington, while for Olympics Mitchell Overington, Steve Sexton and Jordan Annear were solid contributors.

Wagin recorded an emphatic 5-0 win over All Blacks, with Will Tan, Ethan Johnson and Paul Ward all shining.

Williams prevailed in a tight affair over Riffs, 3-2 with Oli Harding, Ben Kealy and Ashley Chadwick among those who shone.

Dumbleyung defeated Warriors 4-0 and were well led by Jake Angwin, Courtney Bairstow and Orson Bairstow.

In the women’s B-grade competition, Williams and Robins drew 4-4, Wickepin and Warriors also drew 1-1 and All Blacks defeated Brookton 2-0.

Williams’ Suzi Hogg looks to control the ball against Robins.
Camera IconWilliams’ Suzi Hogg looks to control the ball against Robins. Credit: Emma Taylor

Vultures recorded a massive 7-0 win over Panthers in the upper school competition, with Jack Moyses, Quinlan Paice and Maddi West all named in the best.

Falcons also recorded an emphatic 8-2 win over Ag Rangers

Eagles prevailed in a tight game over Collegians, 3-2, as Jacob Mulcahy, Courtney Dewing and Trent Gumprich were all impressive in the win.

Leopards recorded a 3-0 win over Tigers in the middle school competition while Pumas beat Cougars 2-0.

In the J11 division Dingoes downed Bulldogs after scoring the only goal and Brookton recorded a comfortable 6-0 win over Williams while Devils and Lakers had a 0-0 draw.

All three games in the J7 competition finished in draws.

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