Close results point to an exciting finish for rest of the season

Sam JonesNorth West Telegraph
Jacqui Forbes struggles to stop the ball from ending up in the net
Camera IconJacqui Forbes struggles to stop the ball from ending up in the net

Round four of the Hedland water polo league saw some close results, hinting at an exciting season ahead.

In the men’s league, the White Pointers managed to defeat the Dragons in a close fought game, ending 6-5, unfortunately extending the Dragons losing streak, with two games in a row being lost by a single point.

The Black Stars had another dominant performance, showing why they are favourites to take out the top spot this season.

Defeating the White Pointers 13-3 it was a dominant performance all around against a tired Pointers side, who had to back up their hard fought win against the Dragons to face the league’s top team — a daunting task

In the women’s league, a drastically improved Orcas team stormed to 5-3 win over the Vipers, who have now had two defeats in a row.

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The Aztecs were too strong for last year’s grand final winners the Piranhas, coming out on top in a close match that again saw only a single goal the decider, 4-3.

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