Day 2 Summary
Super Saturday lived up to its name on day 2 of the 2013 Be Active WA State Championships with some epic matches being played across all divisions. With finals places on the line the action was hot and the pace frantic in what is shaping as anyone’s tournament.
The Men’s Open division produced some epic matches none more so than traditional rivals Wanneroo and Southern Districts which saw Wanneroo defeat the Stars 9-8 potentially creating a changing of the guard in the Men’s Open here in WA considering Perth Brothers are the stand out team after two days remaining undefeated.
In the Women’s Open the North Vs South rivalry continues after Northern Districts drew with Southern Districts in their match today to share the points on the top of the table heading into the final day, judging by this game the race to the championship is going to be very exciting
In the Mixed Open division Tompkins Park have dominated pool A to date, currently undefeated and are looking strong although last year’s champions Karratha are lurking in second place only dropping the one game. In Pool B it is the Wanneroo Lions leading the way from Southern Districts which depending on results will set up two tantalising semi-finals.
In the Women’s 27s Perth Brothers remain undefeated heading into finals day while Rosalie will be looking for a solid last game to confirm their place in the finals
Northern Districts have earned a spot in tomorrow’s Men’s 30s Grand Final after several enthralling matches on Saturday and will face the winner of tomorrow’s semi final between Rosalie & Tompkins Park in the morning
In the Women’s 35s it’s now a two horse race between Wanneroo and Southern Districts after both teams had solid days on day 2 and will likely face off in the final tomorrow
Finally in the Men’s 40s division Southern Stars are the clear favourites after the veterans have yet to lose a game going into finals day. The following teams have advanced through to the Men’s 40s semi finals tomorrow
Southern Districts Vs Fremantle
Geraldton vs Northern Districts
All other finals will be decided in a massive final day commencing bright and early at 8am so do yourself a favour and come down to McGillivray Oval if you’re in Perth to check out some awesome touch footy and see who is crowned 2013 WA State Champions!