Albury Tigers prevailed against Northside Stingrays in an A-grade men’s goal fest at WAVES on Sunday.
The contest saw the ball find the back of the net 26 times, with the Tigers ahead 14-12 at the final whistle.
Jimmy Scannell led the way for Albury with six, while Trent Remington fired in seven for Northside.
Pool Pirates took down Sharks, 9-5, in the round’s other game at Albury Swim Centre on Friday night.
Jack Mitsch was the leading scorer of the match with four goals, while Stephen Sloan was outstanding as always in goals.
Ben Douglass was best for Sharks.
In A-grade women, hat tricks from Lucy McInnes and Kira Dawson set up a 10-5 triumph for Albury Tigers against Pool Pirates Bones at Albury Swim Centre.
Tegan Roberts was Albury’s standout, while Annie Lefoe worked hard for Pool Pirates Bones.
The weekend’s remaining game was a one-sided affair as Sharks demolished Pool Pirates Skulls, 15-2.
Leah Dodd was superb once again with seven majors – taking her season tally to 33 from six matches, while Phebe McLeod finished with a hat trick.
“Elyse Boyer was great in goals for Sharks,” Dodd added.
“Olivia Clarke was Pool Pirates Skulls best.”
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