Wahoos overpower Trouts, Krakens down Pirates in Karratha Water Polo Association round 15
A dominant four-goal performance by Rikki Wann powered Wahoos to victory over Trouts in round 15 of the Karratha Water Polo Association season.
The Trouts’ women fought hard on February 17 at the Karratha Leisureplex but in the end were no match for Wann who put away four goals in the Wahoos’ winning tally of 8-6.
The Krakens’ women looked confident against the Pirates in attack as newcomer Caitlyn Marshall joined forces with Simone Fountain, scoring five goals between them.
Pirates players Bronte Weekes, Meredith Bailey and Anouska Angove contributed to their team’s tally but Krakens got over the line 9-4.
Felicity Jewkes was on fire in the Krakens’ second match, scoring four goals against the Barracudas.
Barracudas’ Sarah Stinten answered with two goals but they were unable to topple the Krakens yet again, going down 9-6.
The Sharks men took on the Barracudas and spread the goal scoring evenly across the team.
Oleg Reshetnikov and Tim Bailey scored three and two goals respectively, while teammate Charlie Regan earned referee votes for the night.
Final score was 9-6 to the Sharks.
Pirates’ Mitch Gerritzen had a stellar night, scoring five goals and securing yet another win for his team.
The Krakens did their best to keep up but lost their moment in the final quarter and went down 13-8.
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