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Boambee bros upper hand

Boambee had all the answers against Woolgoolga at Ayrshire Park.
Boambee had all the answers against Woolgoolga at Ayrshire Park. Bruce Thomas

A MASSIVE dent was placed in the premiership aspiration of Woolgoolga on Sunday when they succumbed 6-2 against a Boambee team that is currently firing on all cylinders.

Many at Ayrshire Park expected a close contest and when the Wolves took full advantage of some shoddy Boambee defending to be first on the scoreboard those expectations looked like coming to fruition.

In the blink of an eye those thoughts were erased from the mind.

Boambee once again went on a goal-scoring spree to put the ball in the back of the net six times taking the team's tally to 20 in only four matches.

Once again it was the Parker brothers that did all of the damage.

The Woolgoolga defence was dismantled with a clinical and comprehensive display of attacking football with Brady Parker scoring four goals and brother Wade who was at his harassing best chiming in with two excellent strikes of his own.

Boambee’s central midfield of Paul Scully and James Heath were again competitive and dominant in the centre of the park and the defensive effort’s of captain-coach Paul Walsh and central defender Trent Backhouse drew praise from the opposition

Woolgoolga tried hard but were never allowed into the game and were generally outplayed across the park.