Allstars defeat Bushchooks in preliminary final to secure spot in Grand Final

Cain AndrewsBroome Advertiser
Bushchooks Sarm Barclay chasing down Allstars' Czack Bero as he dives for a try.
Camera IconBushchooks Sarm Barclay chasing down Allstars' Czack Bero as he dives for a try. Credit: Cain Andrews/Broome Advertiser/Broome Advertiser

It was a hard-fought Broome Touch preliminary final down at Father McMahon oval on November 10 with the victorious teams securing their spot in the grand final.

In division one, the Allstars defeated the Bushchooks after a ferocious battle on the field, 13 to 10.

Czack Bero and Pepita Wilson tied for the best scorer for the Allstars making four tries each while Bree Bannister was the top scorer for the Bushchooks making six tries.

In division two, the Animals crushed the Untouched by five tries, 9 to 4.

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Lydia Almeida and Brayden Tolentino tied for top try scorer for Untouched with two tries each while Jorani Pigram was the top try scorer for the Animals making four tries.

The Primewest Panthers took down the Triple 0’s in their preliminary final clash by four points, 9 to 5.

Kimberly Jones was the top scorer for the Primewest Panthers coming away from the match having scored four tries while Harry Wheoki and Megan O’Mara tied as top try scorer for the Triple 0’s with two tries each.

The Allstars meet Fyre in the division one Grand Final tonight while the Primewest Panthers will take on the Animals in the division two Grand Final.

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