Trouts dominated Wahoohs in round 13 of the Karratha Water Polo Association

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Round 13 of Karratha Water Polo Association kicked off last week
Camera IconRound 13 of Karratha Water Polo Association kicked off last week

Round 13 kicked off a big weekend of water polo leading up the annual country championships. Womens b grade had the Trouts beat the Wahoos 6-1.

Jude Watson from the Trouts had a great game with two goals supported by a number of single goals across the team.

Wahoos’ Rikki Wann scored their solitary goal and was their standout player.

Mens B grade had the Trouts beat the Wahoos 8 to 3.

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Junior Cohen Regan was channelling his older brother to be best on field with a goal supported by Rowan Newbold who top scored with three goals, Ethan wood hill was also outstanding with two goals.

Wahoos shared the scoring across Brad Roe, Jack Marriot and Jaxon Gordon. Womens A grade had the Krakens up against the Pirates easily winning 9 to 2.

Dynamic duo Ebony Hennessy and Simone Fountain domininated the scored board with five and three goals whilst Pirates Meredith Bailey and Kerry-Ann Hoff scored both goals.

The Krakens then took on the Barracudas for their second game which they narrowly lost 9 to 10.

Cudas Sarah Stinten had a powerful game in centre forward scoring five supported by Caitlin Read with three.

Again Ebony Hennessy and Simone Fountain led the way for the krakens with three and four goals each.

Mens A grade had the Krakens and Pirates tussle hard until half time when the krakens blew the pirates out of the water 14 to 4.

Kraken Thomas McKinnon found the back of the net scoring seven goals and Byron Newbold scored four.

Pirates Luke Neuwert and Ben Biddiscombe worked hard all game.

The Cudas easily accounted for the sharks 12 to 6 in the second mens a grade game.

Nigel Kroonstuiver and Rhys Knight were best in pool for the cudas (4 goals and 1 goal) and Sharks Tim Bailey and Oleg Reshetnikov score three goals and two goals each.

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