Football players symbolizing the East, West and Central Kimberley went head-to-head on Sunday afternoon to struggle it out for the Kimberley Colts Championship Cup.
Groups ended up fashioned by players from the Central Kimberley, the East Kimberley and the West Kimberley football leagues.
A few half video games took place between the 3 beneath-19s groups with the winners going on to encounter every other in the ultimate.
Very first the East Kimberley took on the West Kimberley with the East successful by 7 points, 5.5 (35) to 4.4 (28).
Then the East Kimberley stayed on the subject to face the Central Kimberley staff who proved to be no match for the East Kimberley workforce which gained by 74 details, 12.5 (77) to .3 (3).
And and finally the West Kimberley took on the Central Kimberley in the decider to see which groups went on to the grand final match with the West Kimberley having an straightforward win by 88 points, 14.8 (92) to .4 (4).
The West and the East Kimberley battled it out in the grand remaining match with very best gamers Nathan Ralph, Maurice Clifton and Ziggy Peumorra putting in a excellent overall performance for the West, along with the East Kimberley’s most effective players for the grand last match Kassim Yeeda, Melvin Tataya and Eric Cox.
But it was the West Kimberley who managed to occur out on leading this time spherical, placing down the East Kimberley staff by just 12 points to win the championship cup, 6.4 (40) to 4.2 (26).
Kimberley Spirit Application co-ordinator Ben De Meo, who organised the championship said he was impressed with the competencies on show.
“The championships were played in true Kimberley spirit, with all a few teams symbolizing their area and communities with excellent pride,” he claimed.
“All online games were played to a good typical, with numerous players impressing. Thank you to the coaches and volunteers for all the function they put in for their teams.”
Immediately after the last, MVP and coaches award medals ended up handed out with Jahmal Stretch from East Kimberley, who plays for Yardgee Dockers in the EKFL, awarded the total MVP medal for the championship.
Wes Hatch who performs for the Cable Seaside Bucks in the WKFL was selected as the MVP for the West Kimberley workforce, alongside with East Kimberley crew MVP Dallas McAdam and Central Kimberley MVP Azriel Thirkall.
WKFL Broome Bulls participant Campbell Knox obtained the West Kimberley team’s coaches award, along with the East Kimberley workforce coaches award winner Melvin Tataya and the Central Kimberley staff coaches award winner Bronson Wongawol.