Net­ballers tus­sle over tight matches

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

THIS week saw tight games as well as some big mar­gins in the se­nior net­ball.

The Cen­tral Cougars only just man­aged to hold off Rat­tle N’ Hum by one goal by the final whis­tle.

Up un­til the end of the third quar­ter the strong Rat­tle N’ Hum side main­tained a small lead.

Crocs 1 were un­able to find a win against the top po­si­tioned Young Guns.

Crocs how­ever did not go down with­out a fight mak­ing the Guns’ work for ev­ery goal and pay for ev­ery mis­take.

The final score was 28 - 15. Guns’ shooter, Bec Nel­son and Crocs wing, Mel Ketu were awarded the game’s best and fairest play­ers af­ter giv­ing 100 per cent the en­tire game.

The Crocs 2 team had a bit more luck with a draw against the Ring Ins.

The score kept very level through­out the game as a re­sult of the ball mak­ing it up and down the court a num­ber of times be­fore it found the hoop.

De­fence play­ers Jane Gwilliams, and Kris­ten C, were awarded the game’s best and fairest play­ers of the game.

The young Jets side gave the Gun­nars a run for their money in an im­pres­sive 24 - 7 win. Jets shooter, Estha Naelty, was awarded player of the match.

The Bits N’ Pieces side had a close game only win­ning by nine goals against the Wolver­ines.

The Pieces played a solid game and won all but the last quar­ter when the Wolver­ines gave one last blast of en­ergy.

Wolver­ines shooter, Jade Jar­dine, and Pieces’ shooter, Tracy But­t­land, were awarded the game’s best and fairest play­ers.

Lastly, the Rep­tos had an im­pres­sive win over the Break­ers with a final score of 39-2.

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