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Two Torrens lacrosse wins
Eost Torrent today won bom the A Grade and B Grade lacrosse premierships.
The A Grade match, in which they beat Port Adelaide
14 goals to 7, was very quiet. In the first quarter, Torrens gained a 4—1 lead, and steady pressure then took them to 7—1 by half-time. The game then developed into a regular beat, with both teams throwing goal for goal. Ports switched players In their attacking division, but any advantage thereby gained was nullified toy poor stick work. The B Grade challenge final was Intensely Interesting, as East Torrens and Port Adelaide fought out a joal-for-goal marathon, with Torrens lust keeping m front to win by 12 goab to 11 Port*, although they trailed dighUy roost of the match, were always within touch, and wit)) » lust-quarter burst, were unlucky not to break through In the un4eM6 grade, Brighton won their first school boy prtmteruMp nine* before
the war. They defeated East Torrens by five goals to tour. A GRADE Challenge Final East Torrens, 14; Port Adelaide, 1. Ooalthrowers— East Torrens: Gorman (4), Taylor -3j, Nolan. Mattbewman, S(66on (each 2), Barbour (1). Port Adelaide: Forrest (3),_Vantenac, Clews, Martin. Gow. Best Players —East Torrens: Olio, Taylor, Gor man. F. Hantfoid, Matthewman, Pol Blase. Port Adelaide: McCartney. Clews. Gow, Forrest, Johnson, Low cock. n GBADE Challenge Final Eaul Torrent, Hi Port Adelaide, II. aoeUhrowen.— E«st Torrens: Higg* (6i. Crane, Bailey (each 3), Vlckery Pore Adelaide: Talnsh -6-, Townley (2i. Hunderv/nark. Forml, Lynch. (each I), and knocked in (U. Best Players— E»i.t Torrens: Higgs. Bailey. Bork. Richards, PartODi. Port Ade laide Townley, Sharp, Mealier, Hun derlmark. Jones WU0OI.BOV ORADR final Hrifktim.fi; £*?* 1-rr*»f, t Ooal thrower*— Biifhton: L. Scroop (Si. Lrfak and Winfleld B»«t Torren«: Ktmmter -ii, 8aitU tl), *nd knocked tn (It. Be*i Plav#r»— Briib- lon Punttal. U ScrooB, PMcn. R Hcrumt. Utjc £m f«rr«ni: T*v lor. Davy. Brady, Brufgoman. ftun l*r ?