Conquerorsin top startto their title defence

Taylar AmoniniNorth West Telegraph

Hedland Touch Association has kicked off its 2018 season.

Defending champions Conquerors started the season with an 8-5 win over the Jets.

Despite a slow start, with a half-time score of 7-3, Jets amped up the pressure, allowing Conquerors to land just one try.

Nads enjoyed a big win over Timeinliue, with the final score, 15-1.

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Tash Waruki shone bright, scoring four tries, followed by Jerry Ober with three.

Firebirds Phoenix struggled to take flight after Mulba Mophs took them down 8-5.

Despite the win, Mulba Mophs had a slow start, up by one try at half-time, with Cheavaz Lamptom scoring three tries for the team.

Crazy Horses galloped to a mighty win, defeating Bad Touch, 12-6.

Hailee Heta and Tom Hamel were named best afield for the game while young Josh Glasson showed his star power after he managed to land three tries.

Pengwins struggled to keep up as Worms buried the opposition 11-1.

New team on the block Goodline had a rough start to the season, going down to Slow Lemons, 5-8.

Young Jedd Taylor proved age does not matter when it comes to skills, landing four tries for the game. Round 2 will kick off at 6.45pm today at Marie Marland Oval.

To get involved in a team, search Hedland Touch Association on Facebook.

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