Stars put final touches on teams’ grand efforts

PARKERS Air Conditioning has taken out the A grade title in the Muswellbrook RSL ladies touch football competition.

They proved too strong for Victorious Secret, winning the decider 6-3.

Kelsey French had a terrific game and was named Most Valuable Player (MVP).

In the A reserve ladies division, the Young Mamba’s team claimed the title with a 4-2 victory over the Ramettes.

Charlee Schmierer was judged the MVP for a strong performance. She was well supported by Micah Boney and Kate Lloyd. Ashlee Ward and Lucky Teetarak were Ramettes’ best.

In the mixed groups, Troublemakers defeated Flexible Business 4-2 in a very close battle. Jarrad Watts scored himself the MVP with a top effort.

Jody’s Team were in top form, winning their encounter over a gallant Y Nots team 9-3. Charlee Schmierer continued her impressive afternoon with a fantastic performance and she won the MVP award.

In an extremely close match, Muswellbrook Cats scraped home 5-4 over an equally impressive Muswellbrook Mufflers team. This was a fantastic game that had it all. Matt Dunn was a worthy MVP winner.

The Z Team had to work hard to get the better of a very determined Forceful side before winning 4-2. Jack Greacen played very well and took the MVP award.

In a great game, Aberdeen turned it on against a very courageous Bengalla side, winning 8-2. Young Hannah Gleeson was everywhere in both attack and defence and deserved her MVP award.

Touch Me had to pull out all stops against Hash Tag to scrape home 4-3.

Brady Curry took the MVP award but a number of youngsters such as Gabie Madden, Eden Tickle and Callan Cridland were also impressive.

Spur Hill Spiders were dominant in their victory over Hunter Valley Premium Meats, winning 6-3. Tyler Wolfgang had a top game and was well supported by Zac Butler, Kelsey French and Beau Harris.

Sheldon Harris had an impressive game for Premium Meats.

The final match was the A grade clash between Pirtek and Muswellbrook Stihl Shop.

It took an extra time drop off to decide a super game of touch football. After getting down to three players a side each, Pirtek threw the ball wide and, with great pace, Jake Parker ran 30 metres to score and give Pirtek a 5-4 victory. Jake Barner was the MVP winner.

Meanwhile, the winners of the junior competition have also been decided.

Every age division from 11-12 years through to the 15-17 provided a fantastic afternoon of action. In the 11-12 girls, Marathon Tyres defeated Hunter Fabrication 3-1.

Heidi Richards took out the Most Valuable Player award as judged by the referees.

Amber Morgan, Abbey Ellis, Daisy Durham and Allyssa Mollema also had top games for their respective teams.

Sculboi Sprinters took the title in the 11-12 boys, winning 7-3 over Rams Lambs. Jayke Claydon was the MVP.

In the 13-14 girls the very strong Picking Daisies team proved too strong for East Coast Supplement Babes team winning 12-1.

Kate Lloyd took out the MVP award with a great game. Jacinta Ballard, Skylar Dever, Lucy Haylen, Bronte Collins and Georgia Dalley performed brilliantly as well.

Wolf Pack were narrow winners of the 13-14 boys division beating Railway Hotel 4-3. Matt Morgan scored himself the MVP award with a strong performance. In the 15-17 boys, Southern Cross showed their class in defeating The Professionals 10-1. Bailey Taylor stood out earning himself the MVP award.

Other players who performed well were Jayden Parker, Bailey Ellis, Zac Butler and Tom Bianco.

TFS All Stars were very strong all season and proved that form with a dominant 15-4 victory over East Coast Supplements in the 15-17 girls.

Ellie Tilse played very well and took out the MVP award. The new season will kick off in September.

LONG BALL: Jhi Taylor throws a pass out wide during an earlier training session.

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