Netball domination continues
DOMINATION took place this week on court 1 with Rattle defeating Crocs 1 by 41- 12.
Rattle started strong and finished the same, winning each quarter.
Rattle’s Amy Watson was named best and fairest for her strong midcourt work.
The second division 1 game for the night between Cougars and Young Guns saw the Guns come out on top with 38-24.
Despite the defeat, the Cougars fought back winning the last quarter, proving their determination and passion.
The Guns’ Bec Nelson was named both players’ choice and best and fairest and Cassie Cairns being awarded best and fairest for Cougars with her mid-court work.
Crocs 2 and Gunnars provided a close game for the division 2 spectators with the Crocs winning the last quarter giving them victory with 14-8. Best and fairest was given to the defence players in both teams with the Crocs’ Emily Phillips and Gunnars’ Treveen Page.
Reptos defeated Bits ’n’ Pieces with a strong 26-12 score. Reptos remained the dominate leaders throughout the game with their strong defence and impressing shooting. Emma Steviano kept the ball rolling with her intensity as centre and was named best and fairest for the Reptos.
Jets and Ring Ins both started the game with even scoring and by the second quarter, the Jets took the lead and from there improved both their attacking and defensive plays and came out on top with a 19-12 victory.
Best and fairest was awarded to defensive players Karla Logan from Jets and Suzie Woods from Ring Ins for their impressive improvement in the game.
Wolverines dominated the Breakers on court 3 with an exciting win of 37-9. The Wolverines started out strong and improved with each quarter. Both WAs from each team, Wolverines’ Margy Brady and Breakers’ Amber Edmonds were awarded best and fairest.