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   Jul 05

West Devonport defeat local rivals

ONCE again the two leaders in the Greater Northern League Women’s hockey teams came out on top with some huge scores.
Nanjing Night Net

West Devonport showed strength all over the field when they went face-to-face with home rivals Devonport. West’s coach Leanne Bissett said “With everyone working really well together as a team we were able to come away with a good win. Half time saw West 3-0 up with a goal to each of Lucinda Spencer, Sarah Gray and Amee Freeman.

“After the break West stepped up the pace and Ange Sheahen put away two more goals. Anna Crawford found the back board after a penalty corner to take the final score to 6-0. “

Burnie Baptist played host to Smithton and showed class by putting 5 on the board to Smithton’s 3. Karen Challis from Baptist reported “we played a superb first half, with Maddie Poke scoring two goals, one being a spectacular tomahawk from top of the circle. Narelle Nillsen also slammed one to the backboard from a short corner. Half time score 3-1.

“Smithton came out stronger in the second half, although Bap continued to move the ball well and created many scoring chances.

“Nillsen scored again from a short corner and Amy Dart got a field goal. Smithton refused to give up and scored two of their own in the second half.”

Bek Lardner from Smithton said they played a slow-paced game but had good passing patches.

“We quickly scored a goal in first half through Daria Reeve. Then in second half we continued to have some great small passes and worked the ball up high but Baptist shut us down.

“We lifted in last 15 minutes and ran hard to get majority of the 50/50 balls and earned a few corners but scored twice with field goals through some class by Paige Ferguson and Caicie Keogh.”

City Marians beat South Burnie with a 2-nil win. Lisa Richardson and Lauren Bonney stepped up and combined well to score the goals for Marians. Stacey Groves was back to help the Marians which they hope will not be just a one off. Marians had solid strength through the centre from Rom Kenworthy and Brooke Grubb.

In the match between the two Launceston teams, South Launceston Suns v Tamar Churinga, Suns won 4-1. Kira Budgeon, Abbie Rossetto and Shaziye Parish worked well in attack but could not get by solid Suns defence of Eb Walker Kidd and Emily Reynolds.

Em Nunn showed her skill and determination over the ball as she combined amazingly in the midfield with Ash Robertson and Alice Davies. Nunn also scored herself two magnificent goals to help with the well-deserved win over Tamar.

The Queechy Penguins had the bye this week.

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