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PCYC Mixed Touch Football

Results from round 13 games were;

U14’s: Erambie 12 d Holmwood Wreckers 6, Cowra Tilt-Tray Service 10 d Wilkinsons Building 5, Junior Eagles 20 d The Wild Runners 5

Opens: Sportspower 8 d Eagle Boys 4, Ray White 6 d Custom Truck Painting 5, LOL’s 8 d Johns Mobile Mechanical Repairs 4, Geronimo 14 d Butch’s A1 Driving School 2, Datavoice 20 d O’Brien Construction 4, Lot 31 12 d 6 point 5 4 and Railway 5 d Erambie 3

The draw for the last round for the U14 competition is;

5pm

Field 1 The Wild Runners v Wilkinson Building

Field 2 Erambie v Junior Eagles

Field 3 Medical Madness v Cowra Tilt-Tray Service

Bye Holmwood Wreckers

This is Semi-Final week!

Teams have now been graded based on final position at the end of competition.

All teams will need to provide one referee for the semi-finals.

6pm – Opens

Field 1 (A Grade) Erambie v Geronimo Refs: Datavoice & Sportspower

Field 2 (B Grade) Ray White v Railway Refs: Custom truck Painting & Lot 31

Field 4 (C Grade) O’Brien Constructions v Butchs A1

Driving School Refs: LOL’s & Eagle Boys

6.50

Field 1 (A Grade) Datavoice v Sportspower Refs: Erambie & Geronimo

Field 2 (B Grade) Custom Truck Painting v Lot 31 Refs: Ray White & Railway

Field 4 (C Grade) LOL’s v Eagle Boys Refs: O’Brien Constructions & Butch’s A1 Driving School

In the Open division, this week’s Semi-Finals format will be 1 v 4 and 2 v 3 in each grade, with the winners progressing through to play in the Grand Final next week. In the event of a draw at the end of normal time in the semi-finals, up to 5 minutes of “Golden Point” extra time will be played. If there is no winner at the end of the extra time, the team that finished higher on the points table at the end of the regular rounds will be declared the winner.

In the U14 competition, the winners will be the team leading the points table at the end of this round, with a “Challenge Cup” to be played for on Grand Final day.

Thanks to all duty teams from last week as all games started on time.

Please remember that the siren indicates starting and finishing times for all games.

 

 
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