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Tigers dominate early in GFL colts fixture to beat Railways

Neale HarveyKalgoorlie Miner
Boulder’s Boyden George.
Camera IconBoulder’s Boyden George. Credit: Carwyn Monck/Kalgoorlie Miner

Boulder produced an 11-goal first half to easily beat Railways, 15.8 (98) to 5.6 (36), in round eight colts matches played last weekend in the Goldfields Football League.

After being blitzed early, Railways limited the Tigers to four goals after the long break but added just 2.2 themselves.

Boyden George led the way for Boulder with six goals and Tyrell Pickett booted three.

Riley Cook was the Panthers’ leading forward with two goals.

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In other other clash, siblings Tishjahne, Zinzan and Hurricane Clark combined for 11 goals in Kalgoorlie’s victory against Mines Rovers, 13.6 (84) to 8.13 (61).

Tishjahne and Zinzan each bagged four majors, with Mines Rovers’ cause hampered by an inaccurate 4.9 after half-time.

In the reserves, Carl Salmon kicked six goals and Vincent Keynes four in Railways’ win over Kambalda, 18.12 (120) to 2.3 (15).

Jake Turner and Jake Davis were the goalkickers for the Eagles.

Mines Rovers easily beat Kalgoorlie, 20.11 (131) to 5.5 (35), in the other match.

Peter Hombergen led the Diorites’ forwards with five goals and Lucas Clark bagged four.

This weekend’s colts round started on Thursday night when Kalgoorlie opposed Mines Rovers.

Ladders:

Colts (after round eight):

Kalgoorlie 24 points; Mines Rovers 12; Boulder 12; Railways 0.

Reserves:

Mines Rovers 26 points; Boulder 18; Railways 12; Kalgoorlie 8; Kambalda 0.

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