Conquerors emerge victors once more after good Slap

Thomas BennettNorth West Telegraph
Phoenix player Karen Bromley competing in a previous match.
Camera IconPhoenix player Karen Bromley competing in a previous match. Credit: Sophia Constantine.

Round nine of Hedland Touch Association games were played in fine conditions at Marie Marland Oval in South Hedland.

Defending champs Conquerors faced a very spirited Anzac Slap side who seem to be hanging on at half- time with only four down (6-2).

With their best woman injured in the second half, they lost their way a bit and the Conquerors piled on eight more to win 14-2.

Jonah Levi secured five tries, and Raymond Cowen and Cody Tafua scored three each.

Jets defeated Slow Lemons 7-1 with cousins Akil, Bilal and Fathullah Rempton leading the way with the guidance of Zai Zai Salim.

Rusty Pipes had a big win over Phoenix winning 10-3.

Quentin Green scored all of Phoenix tries and Jessica Templeman played well.

Bad Touch continued to put pressure on the top four teams defeating Mulba Morphs 8-4.

Scores were 6-3 at half-time and only three tries were scored in the second half.

Nads found it hard against a well- drilled Crazy Horse side who dominated the game with a final score of 8-2.

Karel Vanrysinge scored four tries and got best on ground. Gloria Jacobs tried hard for Nads.

Pengwins forfeited against Hornets.

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