Stickmen secure top position on KDEBA table

Rob SkinnerPilbara News
Recaholics player Charlie Innamorati.
Camera IconRecaholics player Charlie Innamorati. Credit: KDEBA

Stickmen have cemented themselves on the top of the Karratha and Districts Eight Ball Association ladder with a good win over Mongrels.

Several good games were played in round 3 of the summer competition, with a close match between Stickmen and Mongrels the highlight.

In a replay of the winter competition grand final, Stickmen started the better, winning the first round 3-2 and Mongrels replied 3-2 to go into the last round even.

Unlike the grand final, this time it was Stickmen who showed the resolve and went on to win 9-6, dropping just one game in the last round.

Warriors are the only other unbeaten side and sit in second position after they easily accounted for Punishers, 11-4, likewise Recaholics dominated the match, 11-4, against Ball Breakers, who failed to back up their great form from the previous week when they toppled Wreckers. This week, the match of the round will be third-placed Wreckers — who have come off a bye — versus second- placed Warriors.

The latest round of results sees the Stickmen on top after playing 45 games with a 73 per cent win record.

The Warriors, Wreckers and Mongrels have played 30 games each with a 70, 63 and 53 per cent record respectively.

Recaholics, Ball Breakers and Punishers have all played 45 games, with the Punishers sitting on the bottom at a 27 per cent win record. The KDEBA doubles will be played at the Tambrey on November 12, starting at 12.30pm.

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