Bulldogs repel final threat

THE Bulldogs A Ladies team has arrived in force in the Rockhampton Touch Association 2005 finals series, but the talented young outfit is preparing to face another test next week.

Bulldogs kept their premiership aspirations on track with a 4-3 minor semi-final win over Magpies at Cyril Connell touch fields on Wednesday night.

Leading 4-1 at halftime, Bulldogs had to halt a fast-finishing Magpies to stay alive.

Greta Perkins and 14-yearold Sarah Busby both scored doubles for Bulldogs, while Tammy House was Magpies' best.

Bulldogs take on CQU Shagadelics in the preliminary final after the Shagadelics lost 4-3 to Buckaneers.

In A-grade men's action, Buckaneers booked a grand final spot with a 5-2 win over Bulldogs, who now meet CQU Vipers.

Preliminary finals hit the fields next Wednesday night with grand final day on Saturday week.



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