Tight finish puts the Heads men back on track

DUEL: Berry Black's Jed Sawkins and Allsorts' Tristan Roberts try to win possession for their team at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex at the weekend.. Photo: ROBERT CRAWFORD

DUEL: Berry Black's Jed Sawkins and Allsorts' Tristan Roberts try to win possession for their team at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex at the weekend.. Photo: ROBERT CRAWFORD

ROUND 13 of Shoalhaven Hockey kicked off on ​Friday night at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex, which saw the Shoalhaven Heads men looking to get their season back on track.

They were up against a tough Burrawang Bunyips team.

Neither team gave an inch, and it was up to Heads to win the game, scoring the equaliser in the last seconds of the game.

Pirates are back in the hunt, with a 2-all draw.

Berry Black came up against Allsorts, and after 10 minutes Allsorts had played the better hockey and were out to a 2-nil lead.

At half-time Berry had fought back to make it 3-2, and ran away with the game 8-2, thanks to a number of tap-in goals, after the Allsorts structure fell away.

In the last men’s game of the weekend, Basin got the job done against ladder leaders Burrawang Yowies in a dominant display in attack to run out 5-1.

In the women’s games, it was the Berry Derby and both teams went hard at it, with Berry Black getting the bragging points 4-2,

In the second match of the weekend, Heads went up against Burrawang in a tight match, with Wang getting the points in a 2-1 win.

Basin topped out a great club weekend running out 1-nil winners against Allsorts.

Round 14 Shoalhaven Hockey action will continue this weekend at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex.

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