EFFORT: Josh Beddison kicks six goals for Kalkee on Saturday.
KALKEE showed why they are a top-two side after they smashed Pimpinio by 140 points at the weekend.
Only four points separated the two teams at the first change, but the Kees dominated the second quarter, booting nine goals to Pimpinio’s one.
Joshua Beddison and Steve Schultz both kicked a bag, contributing to the side’s win.
Pimpino coach Matthew Everett said he was disappointed with the lost.
“After the first quarter we were right in the game, but then concentration went out the window and our accountability dropped.
“Kalkee is a good side and when you give a good side an opportunity, they make you pay on the scoreboard.”
Everett said the Tigers failed to bounce back after a poor second quarter.
“The boys battled hard in the second half but that quarter had hurt us too much,” he said.
Hesaid Alex Hill andTodd O’Connor were among the side’s best.
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