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Jets dominate with 5-1 win

Sophia ConstantineNorth West Telegraph
Tu Meke’s best-on-ground player Tom Hamel.
Camera IconTu Meke’s best-on-ground player Tom Hamel. Credit: Sophia Constantine

Pre-season training has paid off for Hedland Touch Association teams, which have had a successful start to the season.

In last week’s round 4 matches at Marie Marland Oval in South Hedland, Jets triumphed Crazy Horses 5-1.

Tu Meke made light work of Ace Nads, winning 9-4, with Erana Hadfiedla and Tom Hamel winning best on ground.

Conquerors had their work cut out for them, defeating Rusty Pipes 4-3.

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The game went down to the wire, and Ray Cowen managed to set up the winning try.

Mulba Mophs defeated Anzac Slap 3-2 and Hornets defeated Phoenix 5-1.

It was another solid game for Bad Touch, who won by 1.

Clinton Plummer and Frederick Nortje had three tries, and both played well.

Slow Lemons defeated Touche 7-4 in another good game.

Joshua Dunn and Leighana Kay played well.

Players are being reminded if they are not yet registered they will not be able to part-icipate in the games as of next week.

To keep updated, join the association’s Facebook group, Hedland Touch Association.

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