Conquerors remain the team to beat

Taylar AmoniniNorth West Telegraph
Nads Steve Lindley supported by team mate Phil Pearson.
Camera IconNads Steve Lindley supported by team mate Phil Pearson. Credit: Taylar Amonini

Round 6 kicked off last week in the Hedland Touch Association, with Conquerors keeping their undefeated run intact.

Conquerors dominated Crazy Horses in the 8-3 win, with Rahman Pearson scoring three tries and Flo Bennett named best on ground.

Worms took a well-deserved 6-4 win against a spirited Mulba Morphs, with Azahary Razali and Elly Hayes named best on ground.

Bad Touch were full of good luck, smashing Phoenix 7-3.

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Josh Glasson landed an easy four tries for Bad Touch and Leo Borch was named best on ground.

Goodline celebrated their first win of the season in an 8-5 battle against Timeinlieu.

Pengwins failed to put a score on the board as Rusty Pipes showed they were a team to watch, winning 15-0. Rusty Pipes’ best-on-ground duo Aaron Chuua and Kirsty Kubala each scored five tries.

Slow Lemons again failed to get up to speed, falling 10-2 to Jets, with Akil Rashidi scoring three tries for Jets and Jessica Cameron named best on ground.

Round 7 starts tonight at Marie Mayland Reserve. Find Hedland Touch Association on Facebook.

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