She-Devils torment Hot Doggies, Pink Panthers
By Jacob MvMaster - Bega District News
THE Narooma She-Devils continued their dominant run at the top of the women's league competition.
The visiting team posted convincing back-to-back wins over the Merimbula-Pambula Hot Doggies and the Pink Panthers.
Lily Bennett and Jamie Anne-Wright proved their value for the northern side with leading try-scoring and goal kicking tallies on the day.
The Hot Doggies were on the back foot early as the She-Devils made strong metres with their sets.
The home team rallied in the second half and opted for short kick-offs towards the touch line, which favoured them twice.
However, the defence of the visitors also proved strong.
The final score went to Narooma 52-0.
It was a similar scenario in the second game where Lily Bennett ran in a try off every single kick-off possible.
It was a heroic display from the fullback, who off-loaded to her team-mates to share the points on the day.
Unfortunately for the Pink Panthers it meant the score was 46-0 at the break.
The Panthers fought back valiantly in the second half, with two tries to Caitlin Johnson.
The first came early under the posts and was converted by Chloe Moon.
The second was planted on the left wing and the conversion attempt missed.
However, the raids from the She-Devils were all but shut down until the final minutes.
The end score was 52-10.