Great season wraps up
Juniors impress at competition
GAYNDAH Junior Netball Association has completed a long season that started with regional training and carnivals.
Coach Chris Duncan said Gayndah combined with Mundubbera to take teams in 12, 13 and 15 years age groups to the Wide Bay Regional Netball Competition, which was held across two weekends
Chris Duncan Gayndah did well this year, with u15s tying for first place and u10s Thunder winning their division.
in May and August.
“The club had an overnight camp in May, which we combined with a regional training session, with players participating from Gayndah and Mundubbera,” Duncan said.
“A lot of fun was had by everyone.
“Our thanks to everyone who helped out with coaching and catering.
“Congratulations to all who competed in the Central Burnett Carnival.
“Gayndah did well this year, with u15s tying for first place and u10s Thunder winning their division,” she said.
“The club had a netta training morning before the Monto carnival.”
Duncan said this allowed the u10 teams to do a little more skill development and game practice.
Three 12-year-old players – Mackinley Pointon, Ella Darlington and Lily Tuituri – came and helped out with the coaching on the day.
Duncan said a Level One umpiring course was also offered this year, facilitated by Lyn Newport from Bundaberg.
“We had 13 players complete this course from Gayndah, Mundubbera and Monto,” she said.
UNDER 12S: Gayndah netballer Ella Darlington, held by Lily Tuituri, Mackinley Pointon and Grace Hattons, with team-mates (back row, from left) Sophie Shadford, Bec Roberton, Rianna Holmes and Georgia Laidler.