Williams pull off one-goal victory over Wagin

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Wagin’s Wynta Kapene intercepting a Williams’ pass to Megan Hardie.
Camera IconWagin’s Wynta Kapene intercepting a Williams’ pass to Megan Hardie. Credit: Picture: Susie McDougall, Susie McDougall.

Williams have overcome a determined Wagin in their NDNA A1 division preliminary final, which left spectators guessing for the entire match last Friday night.

Nothing could separate the two sides heading into the main break, with each scoring 19 goals for the half.

Led by Jaimee Anderson and Megan Hardie, Williams managed to pull off an impressive single-goal 39-38 victory over Wagin, and will face Pingelly in this year’s grand final on Saturday.

Felice Crisp and Laura Hutton-Storrt were named Wagin’s best for the match.

In the A2 division 1, Wagin ended Pingelly’s season in their quest for a premiership.

Leading by four goals at half-time, Pingelly could not hold on in the second half.

Wagin piled on 34 goals to 17 after the main break, and secured themselves a 57-44 victory.

Kristy Ball and Renee Barritt were named best for Wagin, while Claire Cunningham and Claire Parsons impressed for Pingelly.

They will face Olympics Turquoise on Saturday.

Wagin 4 faced Wagin 3 in their A2 division 2 derby.

Wagin 3 held a single-goal lead over Wagin 4, 23-22, at half-time.

However, a dominant 15-7 third quarter in favour of Wagin 4 secured their 51-40 win in the end, booking them a showdown with Waves in the grand final.

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