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Breakers still undefeated

Bass Coast Breakers claimed its ninth consecutive win after a 92 point victory against the Karingal Bulls at Ballam Park on Saturday.
It was an intense and aggressive game. The heavy ground and wet ball led to a lot of messy scrums where both teams struggled to clear the ball from the melee.
Bass Coast was able to clear it more often than the Bulls, with a few linking handballs that led to some clear runs and a healthy lead on the score board.
The Breakers continued its habit of starting strong, putting four goals and seven points on the board in the first quarter while the Bulls were unable to score.
The second quarter saw the Bulls lift its intensity which resulted in its first goal and slowing the Breakers, bringing a 7.10.52 to 1.0.6 score at half time.
The Breakers contributed two players to the Karingal Bulls, who were short numbers, and Breakers player Jade Macdermid kicked the second goal for the Bulls in the third quarter.
In a situation that doesn’t happen very often, both teams were stoked to see Jade kick her first goal for the season.
Karingal’s M. Hart kicked her second goal in the final quarter, and Bass Coast’s T. Stahl-Smith kicked her sixth.
The final result was 3.0.18 to Karingal and 16.14.110 to Bass Coast.
The Breakers play the Frankston Dolphins at Inverloch Recreation Reserve on Sunday, July 16, at 1pm.
Come down to support your local women’s AFL team and watch these ladies making waves in women’s sport.

Skilled: Breakers captain Sophie Bolding and Ella Angarane made it look like a walk in the park on Saturday.

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