Cobras impressive to start season

Neale HarveyKalgoorlie Miner
Grand Trolley Boys’ Grant Weekley in action last year.
Camera IconGrand Trolley Boys’ Grant Weekley in action last year. Credit: Carwyn Monck/Kalgoorlie Miner

Defending first division premiers Country Club Cobras have enjoyed a perfect start to local eight ball’s winter campaign by notching back-to-back wins to open the season.

After blowing out some off-season cobwebs in the season-opener against Tower Jokers, it was business as usual for Cobras in Monday night’s second round in a big win over Grand Trolley Boys.

It was a replay of the last winter and summer grands finals.

Hype surrounding newcomers Grand Sharpshooters being potential grand finalists was justified with two decisive wins to start the season, against Grand Suns and Tower Jokers.

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Star and Garter Pirates got their season off to a winning note with a last-game victory over Grand Masters.

In the second division, Country Club Ballers hit the ground running by defeating Grand Mafia.

Grand Workers opened their account with a workmanlike victory over Main Reef Breakers and Gala Warriors took the points against Tower Titans.

In Thursday’s first division, Tower Jokers and Grand Masters lock horns in pursuit of their first premiership points of the season.

Opening round winners Grand Workers and Country Club Ballers take centre stage in second division action.

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