Saints alive thanks to victory over Bombers

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The Saints had a strong hold, leading throughout the match.
Camera IconThe Saints had a strong hold, leading throughout the match. Credit: Carly Laden

The Saints have managed their second successive victory, beating the Peninsula Bombers in round 5 of the KAMS WKFL Women’s competition.

The Saints were determined to get the win and were incredibly quick to build an early lead.

Although the Peninsula Bombers tried their hardest to keep up, several injuries on the field plagued the Bombers side.

The win has given Saints some momentum in attempts to match top teams Derby Tigers, Looma Eagles and Cable Beach.

The Derby Tigers continued to show strength on their home ground with a 100-6 win over the Bidyadanga Emus. Cable Beach remain undefeated.

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In a low-scoring affair, Cable Beach defeated reigning premiers Looma Eagles 40-23.

Round 6 will kick off on Saturday June 23 with the Saints against the Looma Eagles and the Derby Tigers squaring off against the Peninsula Bombers in Derby, while the Bidyadanga Emus and Cable Beach will enjoy a week’s rest.

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