Soccer gamers representing the East, West and Central Kimberley went head-to-head on Sunday afternoon to fight it out for the Kimberley Colts Championship Cup.
Teams were shaped by gamers from the Central Kimberley, the East Kimberley and the West Kimberley soccer leagues.
A few 50 percent video games took spot in between the a few under-19s groups with the winners heading on to deal with each individual other in the final.
Very first the East Kimberley took on the West Kimberley with the East winning by 7 points, 5.5 (35) to 4.4 (28).
Then the East Kimberley stayed on the field to facial area the Central Kimberley team who proved to be no match for the East Kimberley workforce which gained by 74 factors, 12.5 (77) to .3 (3).
And and finally the West Kimberley took on the Central Kimberley in the decider to see which teams went on to the grand closing match with the West Kimberley taking an quick gain by 88 points, 14.8 (92) to .4 (4).
The West and the East Kimberley battled it out in the grand remaining match with greatest players Nathan Ralph, Maurice Clifton and Ziggy Peumorra putting in a excellent overall performance for the West, alongside the East Kimberley’s very best gamers for the grand last match Kassim Yeeda, Melvin Tataya and Eric Cox.
But it was the West Kimberley who managed to occur out on major this time spherical, hanging down the East Kimberley crew by just 12 points to acquire the championship cup, 6.4 (40) to 4.2 (26).
Kimberley Spirit Application co-ordinator Ben De Meo, who organised the championship explained he was amazed with the expertise on exhibit.
“The championships had been performed in legitimate Kimberley spirit, with all a few teams representing their region and communities with wonderful satisfaction,” he mentioned.
“All video games have been played to a wonderful typical, with lots of players impressing. Thank you to the coaches and volunteers for all the work they place in for their teams.”
Immediately after the closing, MVP and coaches award medals have been handed out with Jahmal Stretch from East Kimberley, who plays for Yardgee Dockers in the EKFL, awarded the general MVP medal for the championship.
Wes Hatch who plays for the Cable Beach Greenbacks in the WKFL was selected as the MVP for the West Kimberley crew, along with East Kimberley team MVP Dallas McAdam and Central Kimberley MVP Azriel Thirkall.
WKFL Broome Bulls player Campbell Knox received the West Kimberley team’s coaches award, along with the East Kimberley team coaches award winner Melvin Tataya and the Central Kimberley group coaches award winner Bronson Wongawol.