Hoops score easy victory to keep lead

19-02-2019 by admin

STRIKE: Nhill’s Joseph Morphett clears the ball in front of Dimboola’s Tim Jorgensen in the teams’ Wimmera Hockey Association clash on Saturday. Picture: SIMON KINGTHE WarrackHoops maintained their lead at the top of the Wimmera Hockey Associationopen division with a 5-1, four-goal win against the Kaniva Cobras.

The Hoops wasted no time in taking control of the match, playing a short passing game against the Cobras long-hitting style of play.

Marcus Williamson led the Hoops’ forward line, scoring two goals,with support from Darius Cosgrave, Royce Bennett and Barry Schilling, who managed a goal each.

The Cobras managed one goal, delivered by the reliable Mathew McDonald.

Cosgrave took home best on ground for the Hoops.

The Hoops maintaina narrowladder lead, ahead of the Yanac Tigers.

The Tigers trail on goal difference onlyfollowing the team’s win against the Horsham Hurricanes.

In other open division action, the Dimboola Burras defeated the Nhill Rangers3-1.

Dimboola’sJack Lovett dominated the centre field whileZack Slater and Jarryd Williams performed well for the Burrasforward line.

Goals were scored by Brett Tischler, Lachlan Schultz and Tim Jorgensen.

Ranger Mont Miller played out of position for Nhill up front andscoredthe only goal for Rangers.

The Burras leap-frogHorsham Hurricanes for a spot in thetop four.

The Yanac Tigersdefeated the Hurricanes by five goals.

Bradley Alexander and Kim Croot were the stars, contributing two goals each to the Tigers’ tally.

The Tigers’ best players wereAlex Magrath, Zach Dorrington and Jayden Honeyman.

Darren Schwarz, Will Gulline and goal keeper Scott Healey were Horsham’s best.

In the women’s division, Kaniva Women put up a strong fightbut Warrack Women fought back towin.

Strong defence from both sides prevented any scoring until Warrack’s Meredith Knoop snuck in a last minute goal, moving Warrack back into fourth position.

Kelly Krahe was named best on ground for Warrack.

The Dimboola Roos had a three-goal win against the Nhill Thunderbirds.

Yanac Women remain undefeated this season after overcoming their closest rival, the Horsham Jets, by one goal.

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