Williams, Warriors, All Blacks, Robins secure wins
Price fires for Williams
Tracey Price has led Williams to victory in Wagin on Saturday in round one of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association’s Women’s A-grade.
Price scored all four goals in the visitor’s 4-2 win, collecting top votes from the umpires alongside Brooke Duff and new coach Nyree Brown.
Leah Kellow was the sole goalscorer for the home side, collecting one vote, while Emily Holt and Nicole Ward led Wagin in the field.
In the men’s B-grade at Narrogin Turf on Sunday, the results between the two clubs were reversed .
Jack South, Ashley Robinson and Dwight Kellow dominated play for Wagin, while Hall, Anthony, Robinson and Ward all found goal.
Chris Cowcher, Oli Harding and Luca Harrison impressed the umpires for Williams, with Harding and Ben Kealy scoring.
In the women’s B-grade, Wagin met reigning premiers All JUBlacks.
Wagin’s best on ground were Kara Jeffery, Takayla Pense JUand Jessie Allington, leading them to a tight 3-2 victory.
Warriors stars shine in big win
Chris Allen, Nick Corner and Lachy Ward have led the reigning premiers to a round one victory in the Upper Great South Hockey Association’s men’s A-grade.
Warriors were far too strong for Olympics, defeating them 5-0.
Steve Sexton, Nathan Squibb and Bradley Staphorst were named best afield for Warriors.
All Blacks down Riffs
All Blacks have started their 2019 men’s A-grade campaign with a 3-1 win over Riffs.
Andrew Bairstow, Ben Broad and Sam Broad were All Blacks’ best in the match.
Grady Francis, Brock Francis and Sheldon Blight collected the votes for Riffs.
Robins crushed by Warriors
Warriors easily beat Robins in the first round of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association’s Women’s A-Grade.
Kira Flynn, Emily Ballantyne and Chelsea Corner impressed for Warriors in the 4-0 win.
Emma Fleay, Chloe Grout and Chloe Blight found plenty of the ball for Robins.
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