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Super skills on display in round 10

Thomas BennettNorth West Telegraph

There were some well-fought matches in round-10 action of touch rugby in South Hedland last week.

Conquerors continued to struggle, losing to a much more determined Tu Meke side.

Nads won on forfeit 9-0 to Jets.

Crazy Horses defeated Rusty Pipes 6-3 in another good game.

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It’s expected Crazy Horses should start to show form now with a few more players back.

Rebbeca Jones played well for the winning team and Mark Brown played well for Rusty Pipes.

Worms run amok on Phoenix, defeating them 14-2.

Brian Yoelu scored five tries, Jema Enosa and Jane Fittock both scored three tries.

Slow Lemons defeated Anzac Slap 3-1. Andrew King and Joshua Dunne played well for Slow Lemons and Iyeesha Levi tried hard for Anzac Slap.

Hornets made a comeback, defeating Touche 8-2.

Drew Giles scored four tries and Adrianne Houghton played well for Touche.

Mulba Mophs and Bad Touch drew with three-all, with Bad Touch scoring all their points in the first half of the game.

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