Fyre enjoy festival of tries in Broome Touch Rugby Association top-division
Fyre have continued their strong form in the Broome Touch Association first division, dominating the Greenbacks in their round five match-up to prove they’re the ones to watch this season.
The Greenbacks looked the better side heading into the half-time break with tries from Jesse Borlase, Joey Kain and Brenton Mcburnie, seeing them one-up when the siren blew, 3-2.
But it was a tale of two halves, with Fyre’s Zac Minshull and Sophie Moore producing impressive second-period performances, securing five tries between them and holding Greenbacks to just one to see the game finish 8-4.
The result means in the last three weeks, Fyre have scored 31 tries and conceded just 10.
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Elsewhere in division one, strong contenders Bushchooks and All-Stars battled it out with All-Star Emile Boxer proving the difference.
It was few and far between for points in this match, with All-Stars heading into the half-time break with a single point advantage, 3-2.
The second half continued along the same lines, with the teams managing three apiece to have the contest end 6-5 to the All-Stars.
In the final first division game of the evening it was an extremely tight game between two league underperformers, Runaways and Pirates.
Tries from Runaways’ Paul Boon and Jasper John set up a high-scoring game, and Pirate Benjamin Lett replied with three of his own.
Going into the half-time break, Pirates were up by two, 6-4.
The second half continued the tit-for-tat battle between the two teams, with John again scoring a double and Lachlan Tate managing an incredible four tries to bring his total for the game to five.
In the end, it was X marks the spot for the Pirates, who claimed a 10-9 win over the Runaways.
In the second division, Untouched proved their name right by demolishing ARAC Attack 16-3, while another blowout game saw the Primewest Panthers score 14 against Exploders who managed just one.
The Stingers were able to best The Animals 8-2, while Scoregasm beat good Palpations 7-3.
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