With four rounds down in the Griffith Touch Association junior competition is starting to get competitive already with some standout performers.
The year three and four boys have started with a bang with a tight battle at the top of the ladder with first-placed Wolverines and second-placed Yoogali Engineering/Hot Olive Bistro separated by just one point.
The second-placed side suffered their first loss of the season when they fell 3-2 to Serafin Machinery in a tight tussle which allowed the Wolverines to take first with a 4-2 win over Hot Shots.
In year three and four girls, Bridgewood Homes has continued their strong start to the season to be sitting on top of the table undefeated after four rounds after a 10-3 win over Young Guns.
The year five and six boys division, Apex Concrete Cutting is leading the way while Cirillo Air Conditioning and Griffith Trophy Centre are sitting just two points further back.
Griffith Trophy Centre and Apex Concrete Cutting battled it out, and it was the Apex side who were able to keep their undefeated streak alive with an 11-3 win while Cirillo Air Conditioning defeated De Bortoli Demon’s 9-6.
Key Water Pistols have maintained their undefeated start in the year five and six girls division with a 4-1 win over Griffith Freightlink Panthers while R&R Gunn picked up their second win of the year with a 17-0 victory over Lakesview Citrus.