Falcons sink Sharks again

Caitlyn WattsPilbara News
Players run after the ball.
Camera IconPlayers run after the ball. Credit: Caitlyn Watts/Pilbara News

The Karratha Falcons are flying high after scoring yet another massive victory over the Dampier Sharks in round four of the KWFA.

The last time the two teams played each other was back in week one, when the Sharks failed to score and went down to the Falcons, 125-0.

And although the Sharks got on the scoreboard this time, it was still a very similar story at Windy Ridge Oval last Saturday,

Sarah Hamilton was one of the standouts after booting three goals for the winning side.

At Wickham Oval, the Wickham Wolves hosted the Karratha Kats.

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It was a low-scoring game for the Wolves, who were unable to kick a goal, while Kats were blitzing through the ground. When the siren sounded, Wolves were 0.2 (2) while Kats were 12.7 (79).

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