78 points does the trick

CWFC v. West Perth, 11th June 2017

78 points does the trick

Source: Sandra Argese, WAWFL
Date: 15th June 2017

A reinvented Tigers outfit have bounced back following a disappointing 48 point loss to East Fremantle in Round 8 with a convincing 78 point victory over West Perth on Sunday afternoon.

From the very first center bounce, Claremont were in complete control.

Immediately winning the opening clearance, they wasted no time kicking off proceedings. Chloe Colegate showcased her diversity as a quick midfielder with an ability to play forward by slotting the first major of the game with a classy snap around the body. Within a matter of mere minutes, team-mate Angel Hayward slotted the next two goals of the match and debutant Mary Smith-Bin Omar even managed to sneak one through just seconds before the quarter-time siren.

Following yet another quick goal from Hayward to open the second term, West Perth were goalless and looked like they didn’t have a response to the dominant tigers. The Falcons were quick to respond, finding an avenue courtesy of a goal from Chloe Metcalf.

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WEST PERTH: 0.3 (3) 1.3 (9) 3.3 (21) 3.3 (21)
CLAREMONT: 4.5 (29) 7.7 (49) 10.8 (68) 15.9 (99)


WEST PERTH: Chloe Metcalf, Laura Pugh, Ellie Hansen.
CLAREMONT: Mary Smith-Bin Omar (6), Angel Hayward (5), Kate Shallard (2), Philippa Harrison, Chloe Colegate.