New team set to shake up the competition
A NEW team has emerged from Eidsvold to contest the Mundubbera netball competition.
The Movers and Shakers went down in their first match against Mundubbera Wanderers, but after blowing out some of the cobwebs early in the match the Shakers showed some of their moves.
Fifteen-year-old Jamie Hartwig said she was so happy to be playing with some of the best netballers in Eidsvold.
“We went down fighting tonight and I am proud of our efforts,” Jamie said.
“We will be better for the run tonight and we will come back next week better prepared.”
Wanderer’s defender Jess Mierlo said she liked the way the Eidsvold girls came back in the second half.
“We won tonight 30 points to 9 and I think my team played well but the Eidsvold team didn’t give up and they really put it to us in the third and fourth quarter,” Mierlo said.
“I will be interested to see them at the end of the season, they will be a lot fitter and they will know the rules a bit better.”
In the other games, the Candy Crush defeated All Sorts 32-15 and BBP surprised Angry Birds with a 21-13 victory.
Every Wednesday night Mundubbera Netball plays in the Margaret Kelly Hall at the Mundubbera State School and this is a real spectator sport with plenty of room to get in and cheer on your favourite team.
TAKING AIM: Rebecca Augustine takes her best shot in a game of power plays.