Net­ballers on tar­get

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

RAT­TLE ’n’ Hum started out strong this week in the first Division 1 game out of the night, and led the first quar­ter against the Cougars 7-5.

The Cougars, how­ever, re­gained their dom­i­nance on the court and won the game 22-13. Cougars’ Fiona Tech and Rat­tle’s Aimee Wat­son were awarded best-and­fairest play­ers.

The sec­ond Division 1 game of the night was a clash be­tween Young Guns and Crocs 1. Guns took out with the win with 25-11 but were taken by sur­prise by the Crocs’ de­fen­sive and at­tack­ing plays.

The Crocs proved them­selves this week by keep­ing the ball away from the Guns’ at­tack­ing end. The Guns’ Bec Nel­son and Crocs’ Mel Ketu were named best-and-fairest play­ers.

Dom­i­nance took place in both Division 2 games this week with Ring­ings tak­ing vic­tory over Crocs 2. The game ended with a fi­nal score of 29-11. Kelly Pad­wan from Ring­ings was awarded best-and-fairest player for her im­press­ing at­tack and shoot­ing.

Jets dom­i­nated the court this week tak­ing out Gun­nars with a 38-8 win. The Jets’ An­gela Pringle was awarded best-and-fairest player this week for her im­pres­sive mid-court work.

And it was a close game be­tween Bits & Pieces and the Wolver­ines this week, with the Wolver­ines nar­rowly claim­ing vic­tory, 17-14. The close game was de­cided in the last quar­ter with the Wolver­ines’ at­tack­ing and de­fen­sive play­ers work­ing hard to play the ball.

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