Sport

Toc. takes top spot

By Southern Riverina News

After two weeks away from the courts, Tocumwal’s A grade managed to come with an impressive 15 goal win when they hosted Waaia on Saturday.

The defensive pressure of the Bloods saw them easily pull away from the Bombers, moving their record to 4-0 to move back to the top of the ladder.

Final score, Tocumwal 51 to Waaia 36.

Awards: Leisa Desailly and Abby Wilson.

Tocumwal’s B grade side gave their best effort against a tough Bombers side but weren’t able to score a win.

Final score, Waaia 43 to Tocumwal 36. Awards: Tamara Bate and Hannah Paganoni.

The C grade Bloods couldn’t match the accuracy of Waaia’s passes and shots for goal in a heavy 42 goal loss.

Final score, Waaia 64 to Tocumwal 22.

Awards: Cheryl Mears and Carlie Meloury.

Tocumwal’s C reserve put in a good effort but were also no match for their counterparts.

Final score, Waaia 36 to Tocumwal 14.

Awards: Lynsie Reid and Sally Condon.

The Bloods’ Under 17s put in four solid quarters to easily take the points against Waaia.

Tocumwal sits second on the ladder with a perfect 4-0 record, with Strathmerton on top with four wins.

Final score, Tocumwal 40 to Waaia 22. Awards: Laura Hatty, Molly Reid and Sophi Bury.

While the Under 15s Bloods had a great start and finish to their match, their passing and leads to the ball resulted in a lot of turnovers in a 10 goal loss.

Final score, Waaia 31 to Tocumwal 21.

Awards: Jane Hatty, Skyla Griffin and Tamika Mosman.

Tocumwal’s Under 13s had a smashing win over their counterparts with an 18 goal victory.

The Bloods defenders were a standout for the side, keeping Waaia scoreless in the first half.

Final score, Tocumwal 21 to Waaia 3.

Awards: Alana Sutton, Kate Purtill and Tully Jones.

Under 11s awards: Abigail Walsh, Ella Baldwin and Lora Owen.