Mongrels and Warriors through to eightball final

Rob SkinnerPilbara News
Stickmen player Jiko Bonex.
Camera IconStickmen player Jiko Bonex.

Mongrels and Warriors will meet in their fourth consecutive Summer Competition grand final but this time it will be on Mongrels’ turf at the Tambrey.

Warriors have finished on top of the ladder the past three occasions and Mongrels have travelled to Wickham.

The score in these previous encounters is Mongrels two, having won the past two finals 8–7 to the Warriors’ one win.

Mongrels took out this year’s Winter Competition Premiership against the Warriors and again the score was 8–7, so this should, by all accounts, be another close match and it will be an opportunity for Mongrels hat trick, but can Warriors spoil their party this time.

Both Mongrels and Warriors won their matches this week again Punishers and Recaholics respectively and needed to.

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Stickmen have been in great form and a loss from either of these sides might have meant dropping out of the top two on percentage as Stickmen this week were again too good for Wreckers, 8–7. At the other end of the table, the match was on not to get the wooden spoon.

Neither Ball Breakers nor Pool Sharks had recorded a win in this one-round season and one team was going to remain in that position. It was Ball Breakers’ time to break the drought and record a 9–6 win to relegate Pool Sharks, an A-grade finalist team, to be the cellar dweller.

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