Breakers, Kulaz take the spoils

Gareth McKnightBroome Advertiser
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The six-week men and women’s touch football tournaments came to an end last Thursday, with the premiers decided in an exciting round of fixtures.

In the women’s division, Try Breakers were crowned as champions, beating Panthers 5-2 in the grand final.

The game was very close initially, with the score 3-1 at half-time. In the second half, Try Breakers got the tries to decide the encounter, with Jasmine Tadros and Shannon Burgess on the mark.

WannaAmokUps claimed third place in a nine-try thriller, beating Mixed Up 5-4. Finally, Explodaways defeated Mermaids 4-2 in the fifth/sixth decider.

In the men’s division, Kulaz completed a clean sweep and were crowned as premiers after beating Barbarians 10-6.

Dave Goodwin was named as most valuable player for the season, he played well in the final for the victorious side.

A depleted Broome Luggers side overcame the challenge of Lion Tamers, winning 6-3 to take third place.

The second mixed season of the year is set to restart with a come and try day scheduled for Thursday, August 15.

For more information contact Jules Bonner on 0411 183 942.

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