Sharks circle top-two spot
EAST Freo can seal a top-two WANL spot tomorrow after smashing the Souwest Jets 74-48 at the Gold Netball Centre last weekend.
The Sharks sit second with two games to go and are three points clear of their opponents tomorrow night, Western Roar.
East Freo blew Sunday’s game open in the second quarter to lead 39-25 at halftime.
Sharks shooter Larissa Harrison scored 48 goals in three quarters, being rested in the final term, with Sunday Aryang (19 goals) playing a great role in goal attack.
Reigning premiers West Coast Warriors claimed their ninth consecutive win, defeating Rangers 78-59 on Friday night.
In a battle of the two best shooters in the game, Warriors star Donnell Wallam (69 goals) edged Georgia Pitt (50 goals).
Rangers must win their final two games and hope results go their way to make the finals, with Curtin Hamersley Comets a win clear in fourth with a game in hand.
The Comets kept their surge going with a 54-34 victory over the winless Southside Demons.
Western Roar made Peel Lightning rue their poor shooting, defeating the WANL newcomers 52-36.