Close matches mark round 2 action

Sophia ConstantineNorth West Telegraph

Competition looks to remain fierce this season as teams returned for round two of the Hedland Touch Association matches last week.

Conquerors were only up by two points at half-time but picked up their pace in the second half, defeating Slow Lemons 8-1.

New team Pengwins showed some improvement after a 13-1 loss against Nads the previous week; however, the team could not keep up with Bad Touch.

Bad Touch were only leading by two points at half-time, but managed to seal the deal in the second half, scoring six tries and defeating the other party 9-3.

Jaiden Wilkinson scored four tries for the winning team and Bec Smith from Pengwins took the title of best on ground.

Rusty Pipes and Jets were off to a solid start with a very close second half, but Rusty Pipes couldn’t keep up, with Jets going down 9-3. Nads proved they were too strong for Mulpba Mophs in a fast-paced game, defeating them 8-2.

Hornets managed an impressive 8-point win against Anzac Slap with an overall score of 11-3.

Harris Rampton scored four tries for Hornets and Tanya Baldwin got the most valuable player votes for the game.

Crazy horses had a big win over Phoenix, coming away with a score of 10-1.

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