Mudcrabs come back with a vengeance

THE GLADSTONE Mudcrabs under-13 team has ended a 14match losing run in emphatic fashion in round two of the AFL Capricornia junior 2005 season.

The Muddies scored an 8-6-54 to 1-1-7 victory over Brothers at Clinton Park on Saturday ? their first win since this time last season.

In the under-15 clash, Brothers opened their account this season with a 8-11-59 to 2-1-13 win over Gladstone.

The Brothers under-17 team also cruised to an 83-point triumph to complete a successul road trip.

At Yeppoon's Swan Park, the Swans overcame Panthers 4-1034 to 3-2-20 in their under-13 match played in blustery conditions.

Tim Higgins booted six goals in Yeppoon's 127-point whitewash of Panthers in their under-15 clash, with the home side kicking six goals against the wind in the opening quarter.

At Stenlake Park, Nick Bull landed four goals to steer BITS to a 10-10-70 to 0-4-4 stampede of the Glenmore Bulls in their under-17 encounter, while BITS under-13 and under-15 teams also enjoyed success.

RIGHT: Yeppoon's Tim Higgins (left) leaves his Panthers rival Angus Dilger in his wake in their under-15 match on Saturday. Picture by AMY GLASS. ag9/405/1



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