Secondary School side toughs it out against Waikato

02 Sep 2013

Auckland showed their dominance in the Girls Pairs against Waikato on Sunday at Frankton Railway with both finalists from Auckland. Emily Fly & Maddy Matthews 4 wins were the best girl`s pairs team from the first bowl & always looked in control of their final winning 13-4 over Alex Greer & Mackenzie Blucher. Jess Tuhou & Alisha Scott came from behind to beat Macy Randall & Tori Murray 8-7.

1st place Emily Fly & Maddy Matthews

2nd place Alex Greer & Mackenzie Blucher

3rd place Jess Tuhou & Alisha Scott

4th place Macy Randall & Tori Murray

Unfortunately that was where the success finished for Auckland with Waikato coming out on top in the other disciplines.

Boys Singles:

Jesse Russell defeats Christopher Goodwin both from Waikato 13-11 winning on extra end. Jesse remained unbeaten all day with 4wins. Terrence King winning convincingly over Auckland team mate Euan Morris18-8

1st Place Jesse Russell

2nd place Christopher Goodwin

3rd place Terrence King

4th place Euan Morris

Boys Pairs:

Bryn Hastie & Alex Middleton provided a well deserved upset of the day with victory over local Waikato team mates James Thomson & Kasey Garforth 11-5. James & Kasey had won their 3 previous game but found the boys from Hamilton Boys` High School too strong in the final. Auckland`s Alex Edwards & Aiden Takarua came from 3-7 behind to win11-7 picking up a 5 & 3 on the last 2 ends over Brayden Silby & Liam Van Rijn.

1st place Bryn Hastie & Alex Middleton

2nd place James Thomson & Kasey Garforth

3rd place Alex Edwards & Aiden Takarua

4th place Brayden Silby & Liam Van Rijn

Girls Singles:

Ashleigh Jeffcoat in another all Waikato main final proved her consistency throughout the day to remain unbeaten with 4 wins over Everest Fitch 12-8. Tabitha Gabriel turn the tables of round robin play to win over Auckland team mate Jenay Talo 14-5.

1st place Ashleigh Jeffcoat

2nd place Everest Fitch

 3rd place Tabitha Gabriel

 4th place Jenay Talo

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