Warriors and Wagin sit on top in Upper Great Southern Hockey Association after round four

Rodney johnsonNarrogin Observer
Olympics' Wade Angwin goes into attack.
Camera IconOlympics' Wade Angwin goes into attack. Credit: Rodney Johnson

There were plenty of top-quality games and several great goals scored in round four of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association at the weekend.

Warriors proved too strong for Olympics, winning 3-0 to remain undefeated.

Nick Corner, Regan Blyth and Aiden Lowes were impressive in the win, while Shawn Heil, Bradley Staphorst and Jacob Mulcahy toiled hard for Olympics.

Riffs and Lakers played out a very even match and could not be separated at full-time, drawing 4-4.

Grady Francis, Brock Francis and Rohan Bilney were solid for Riffs while Graham Treloar, Scott Angwin and Angus Armstrong were named among the best for Lakers.

Wagin were able to defeat Williams 3-0 to move up into top spot on the standings in the women’s A-grade competition.

Better players in the victory were Carly Fazioli, Kandra Pense and Jenna Vermeulen while Williams were well led by Chloe Blight, Rachel Harding and Fleur Ford.

Olympics' Wade Angwin goes into attack.
Camera IconOlympics' Wade Angwin goes into attack. Credit: Rodney Johnson

Warriors and All Blacks drew 1-1 in their match, with Chloe Buzza, Cara Borthwick and Isabelle Kilpatrick among the best for Warriors, and for All Blacks Claire Coffey, Zeta O’Rourke and Ellie Bigwood played well.

In the men’s B-grade competition, Warriors defeated Olympics with better players in the win Steven Durrell, Jack Robinson and Ryan Hough.

Woodanilling prevailed 6-2 over Williams as Rick Wise, Wayne Shackley and Damian Shackley starred in the convincing win.

Wagin and Dumbleyung both finished 4-0 winners over Riffs and Pingelly respectively.

Ethan Johnson, Jack South and Dwight Kellow were better players for Wagin while Mark Smith, Joel Watkin and Orson Bairstow impressed in Dumbleyung’s victory.

Williams' Tracey Price with ball being pressured by Wagin's Courtney Perkins in the women's A-grade competition.
Camera IconWilliams' Tracey Price with ball being pressured by Wagin's Courtney Perkins in the women's A-grade competition. Credit: Rodney Johnson

In the women’s B-grade competition, Wagin downed All Blacks 2-0 as Jesse Allington, Kara Jeffery and Jacinta Zadow stood out in the victory.

Lana Grzinic, Renee Sieber and Colleen Edwards helped Robins defeat Woodanilling 6-2.

Warriors beat Pingelly 2-0 with better players for Warriors being Sarah Hennessey, Sarah Corner and Lauren Erickson.

Meanwhile Brookton drew with Wickepin 1-all. Junior players hit the turf for their round three clashes over the past week.

In the upper school competition Ag Rangers comfortably defeated Woodanilling 9-0 while Eagles were 4-0 winners over Collegians.

Woodanilling finished 3-2 winners over Cougars in the middle school competition and Tigers beat Lions 5-3.

In the J11 competition, Stingrays prevailed 4-0 over Bulldogs, Dingoes defeated Woodanilling 7-2, Williams won 2-0 over Lakers and Devils narrowly downed Brookton 1-0.

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