Kelly Edwards defends the ball in mid-air while Emily Gillespie hopes for an intercept. WITH eight players Wagin Bulldogs were in fine form to take the court on the weekend where they defeated Olympics Royals 47-21 in the A3 division.
From the first centre pass the girls were upright and confident to take control of the game and they showed plenty of accurate passing and better footwork on court two, considering the condition of the court.
By half-time Wagin had the game in the bag and all players were happy with their performance.
Minor adjustments were made, but the overall positions remained the same.
Halfway through the third quarter, Sarah Berwick faced an unfortunate injury, which shook the court up a little.
The club wished her a speedy recovery.
Wagin played exceptionally well and had fun with the game and should be congratulated on a fourth win for the season.
The best players were Michelle Andrews and Jess Cliffton.
There is a general bye for this weekend, but training still remains the same.
In the 16 and under division, Wagin Black were defeated by Olympics Turquoise 49-24 on May 26, breaking their winning streak of almost four wins in a row.
The score proved that although the girls have come a long way this season, they still have some room for improvement.
The club congratulated the players on keeping their sprit up throughout the game right to the end.
The best player was Jessica Morgan who played centre and goal attack.