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COMEBACK: Queechy’s Tom Muir slides his stick towards the ball during his team’s game against Devonport. Picture: Cordell RichardsonLAUNCESTON’SQueechy have kept their Greater Northern Hockey finals hopes alive with a gritty come-from-behindwin over the Devonport Subbies in Devonport.
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The Subbies took the lead in an even first half with a goal from the stick of Robert Muir.

A solid pep talk for the Q’s had them taking control under trying conditions as the game became scrappy with theSubbies losing several players to the sin bin as the game progressed.

Bryce Blacklow slotted the leveller, with the game continuing in the same manner until Ryan Horne converted apenalty corner seven minutes from the final siren.

The win consolidates their second position on this season’s ladder.

The Burnie Hawks dominated proceedings in the “battle of Burnie” against Burnie Baptist.

Hawks front men Isaac Woo, Keenan Jackson, Stewart Bowles, and Jason Trevarthan found a way around the Baptistdefence to give the Hawks a commanding lead at the break.

Baptist coach Matt Selby revved his charges up during the break, as they worked harder in the second half in an attemptto reel in the early deficit.

A best-on-ground performance by old head Jarrod Poke and goals for youngster Jake Wolfe and a corner conversionfor Rick Webb fell short of the mark.

City Marians had the Saints on the back foot early with a solid first half performance after two goals slotted by Drew Barrett,sending them to the break with a solid lead.

Matt Gonninon controlled the Bloods attack in a best on ground performance setting the pace around the attackingcircle.

Saints coach Nigel Kingston gave his charges plenty to think about at the break with instant results as they took thefight up to the Bloods in a war of attrition.

Jason House and Jeremy Tuson harried the Bloods circle succeeding in finding the back of the net to level the game.

The game became a classic arm wrestle as the sides probed the defences looking for a way to break the deadlock.

South Launceston and Tamar were both on the sidelines this week as they played their round twelve game at thebeginning of the season.

The wait was worth it forSouth, taking the win with a resounding margin.

Results: Smithton dw City Marians 2, South Burnie def Baptist 4-2, Queechy def Devonport 2-1, South Launcestondef Tamar 8-1.

Ladder:South Launceston 32, Queechy 20, South Burnie 19, City Marians 16, Devonport 16, Baptist 15, Smithton 8,Tamar 4

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