Eagles win last minor match

PASS: United Yeelanna wing attack Alyssa Skinner looks to pass the ball defended by Lock's Tanya Habner. Picture: Meryl Weetra.
PASS: United Yeelanna wing attack Alyssa Skinner looks to pass the ball defended by Lock's Tanya Habner. Picture: Meryl Weetra.

A grade

United Yeelanna 74 def Lock 33

Lock started the game with the first centre pass but was quickly intercepted and returned to Yeelanna’s goalies who scored the first goal.

Great play by United Yeelanna centre Taylor Glover and WA Sarah Holdernesse through the centre.

Quick hands by Lock WA Sophie Kraehe, picking up loose balls around the goal circle.

United Yeelanna goalies Luter and Skinner were combining well.

The second quarter saw Yeelanna move quickly through the thirds with Lock fighting hard for the ball.

Lock defenders Laura Zacher and Ciara Williams battled hard but Yeelanna’s GS Hannah Luter was shooting very accurately.

Lock goalies Sladdin and Carr were combining well under Yeelanna’s tight defensive pressure.

Lock improved their goal rate this quarter with Carr, in GA, working hard in the goal third and shooting well, backed up by Sladdin who was strong in the circle.

Lock were applying pressure through the centre court with Rowett (C) passing well to her goalies.

United Yeelanna WA Glover was moving well taking many passes.

It was a fast paced last quarter as United Yeelanna continued to shoot well.

Norton, in GA, was playing well as was Lock’s goal defence Williams, who was picking up many loose passes and intercepting well.

Lock centre court players had some great passages of play and United Yeelanna’s WD Kate Hancock was intercepting well through the centre court.