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Lemons squeeze Phoenix

Sophia ConstantineNorth West Telegraph

Hedland Touch Association teams have gone from strength to strength this season as they put forward their best skills in nailbiting matches.

Round six saw Slow Lemons defeat Phoenix in a close game, with Slow Lemons’ Joshua Dunn touted best on ground for the winning team, securing three tries to secure a two-point victory over their rivals.

Paul Rose and Tash Waruki were crowned best on ground in another close match between Nads and Rusty Pipes, which saw the two teams battle it out in a close game.

Results were close throughout the whole game but Rusty Pipes could not keep up with Nads, who finished on a two-point win with a score of 7-5.

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Jets showed their might with a 14-point win over the scoreless Anzac Slap.

Bad Touch were defeated by Crazy Horses with a score of 9-7. Jaiden Wilkinson and Chance Wiringi gained the votes for best on ground.

And yet again the Conquerors proved their emphatic winning style, defeating Hornets 8-2. Raymond Cowen and Flo Bennet were best on ground and Jonah Levi slotted four tries.

Pengwins unfortunately lost their touch after proving their strength in round five, remaining scoreless in a tough match between Mulba Mophs, who finished on 10 points.

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