WHITSUNDAY Sea Eagles travelled to Bakers Creek, on Saturday, to take on the Tigers, with some great results.
Sea Eagles Senior Men have hit their straps at the right time of year, with five wins in a row after smashing Bakers Creek Tigers 111 – 15.
Sea Eagles had more polish going forward, with Leigh Sartori and Brayden Wall continuing to give options, take marks and kick goals.
The Sea Eagles back line was superb, with Mitchell Healey in dominating form across half back.
Sea Eagles Senior Men take on Swans, this Saturday, for a challenge leading into finals.
Sea Eagles Senior Women worked hard against the Tigers, however, the scoreboard could not reflect the effort and skill put in by the entire team, losing 18 – 61.
Sea Eagles and Bakers Creek Under 17s clashed for the fourth time this season with Sea Eagles keen to put in a solid performance after their last close encounter.
From opening bounce to final siren, the Sea Eagles group ran and linked up with some outstanding passages of footy, winning 67 – 7 (adj).
Sea Eagles Under 14s bounced back to play a great game against the Tigers this week, running different players through the midfield and taking the opportunity to mix it up with a convincing win 66 – 6 (adj).
Sea Eagles Under 12s took on North Mackay Saints in damp and swirling conditions, at Bakers Creek, coming away victorious 59 – 7.
Holding off a Saints resurgence in the second term, a healthy margin was intact at half-time, enabling Sea Eagles to take out the game in the wet.
This Saturday, August 12, sees the closing round of the home and away season, before a week off prior to finals.
Sea Eagles Senior Men take on Swans, in Mackay, at 1.50pm, whilst Senior Women and Junior teams trek out to Moranbah with games from 9.15am.
Photo Cody Fowler.