CDHBU – Net­ball

The Free Press (Corowa) - - CLASSIES (03) -

Wool­worths Corowa re­cently do­nated a va­ri­ety of sea­sonal fresh fruit, bread, in­gre­di­ents for sand­wiches and wa­ter to the Rooky Roos De­vel­op­ment Net­ball Pro­gram.

The Wool­worths Corowa team will con­tinue to sup­ply fresh fruit, sand­wiches and wa­ter over the next four months at each of the net­ball tour­na­ments.

The De­vel­op­ment Net­ball Pro­gram is in its first sea­son and made up for ten girls aged un­der 16 who have a strong pas­sion for the sport.

The on­go­ing do­na­tion of food will help sup­port the cost of en­ter­ing the Rooky Roos into on­go­ing net­ball tour­na­ments.

Wool­worths Corowa Store Man­ager, He­len Hen­dren said Wool­worths were proud to sup­port the Rooky Roos over the next four months and watch them de­velop into the big league.

“This de­liv­ery is part of our com­mit­ment to mak­ing a dif­fer­ence in our lo­cal com­mu­nity and sup­port­ing those who need it,” she said.

A Grade – Henty 39 def CDHBU 35.

The A grade girls came out with a strong game plan this week and were much more set­tled than round 1.

They started beau­ti­fully with the de­fence work­ing tire­lessly for each turnover and the goalies con­vert­ing their work.

Un­for­tu­nately in the sec­ond half the girls lost their struc­ture and this was ev­i­dent in the ball move­ment.

We wel­comed Sisi Howard to the team this week and she has made an im­me­di­ate im­pact on the moral of the team and with her knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence the girls have a lot to look for­ward to this sea­son.

Erica Han­ra­han was on fire in de­fence, caus­ing nu­mer­ous turnovers. Brooke Mor­ris once again showed why she is in the A grade team this year, with lots of voice and hard work through­out the game.

Over­all, it was much bet­ter than last week and showed ex­actly what these girls are ca­pa­ble of if they can put four quar­ters to­gether.

Awards: Es­sen­tial Beauty- Brooke Mor­ris, Border Nat­u­ral Ther­a­pies, Erica Han­ra­han, New­mar­ket Mug - Erica Han­ra­han.

B Grade – Henty 45 def CDHBU 13.

This week was not the best for the B grade girls. A lot of changes had to be made this week and with two of our play­ers hav­ing to move up in to A grade this week, it re­ally un­set­tled the girls.

Chelsea Fer­w­erda had a stel­lar game in GD and earned her­self the mug. Brooke Dickie showed she will be a force in de­fence this year, work­ing bril­liantly with Chelsea to give us plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties.

Miss con­sis­tent, Te­gan Nolen once again showed her ver­sa­til­ity and abil­ity to read the game.

The de­fence worked hard this week, but un­for­tu­nately we couldn’t con­vert down the other end. Next week is a new week and with the in­clu­sion of some in­jured play­ers for round 3, it will be a more set­tled and ex­pe­ri­enced team.

Awards: Cath Wood Fhit- Brooke Dickie, Blush Skin & Body - Te­gan Nolen, New­mar­ket Ho­tel Mug - Chelsea Fer­w­erda.

C-Res – Henty 40 def CDHBU 10.

Tough windy con­di­tions for the girls which made for a tough game. Thanks to the ju­niors who came up to help it was a fan­tas­tic ef­fort.

Awards: Ebella Mas­sage - Stacey Gar­diner, Meat On The Mur­ray- Tayla Rip­pin­gale, New­mar­ket Ho­tel Mug - Lil­ian Wal­ton.

C Grade – Henty 20 def CDHBU 15.

Very tough game had the chance to win but fit­ness let us down in the fi­nal quar­ter. Fan­tas­tic ef­fort C grade.

Awards: Per­fec­tion - Ge­or­gia Cluff, Health Cul­ture - Ais­lin James, New­mar­ket Ho­tel Mug - Laura Dun­can.

16/U – Henty 44 def CDHBU 30.

Un­for­tu­nately we lost in a tight game against Henty how­ever it was a tough fought game and a great team ef­fort.

Every­one played their part and we saw the girls gel even more so no doubt they will con­tinue im­prov­ing as the sea­son con­tin­ues.

All girls put into prac­tice things they learnt at train­ing dur­ing the week which saw our shoot­ers stand­ing strong and our de­fend­ers very in­tim­i­dat­ing.

The mid court all ap­plied great de­fen­sive pres­sure and there were def­i­nite mo­ments of bril­liance. Just a few lit­tle mis­takes let us down but they should be very proud of their ef­forts.

Awards: Boyer Au­to­mo­tive - Is­abel Wal­ton, Ori­gin Cloth­ing- Maya Ross, Ladies Com­mit­tee - Amarni Tay­lor.

14/U – Henty 27 def CDHBU 18.

In ex­tremely tough windy con­di­tions the girls played an ab­so­lutely bril­liant game. The de­fen­sive pres­sure over the whole court was out­stand­ing.

Awards: Guy Street Store- So­phie Goyne, Green Bean Cafe - Imo­gen Letch­ford, Ladies Com­mit­teeHolleigh Collins.

12/U – Henty 20 def CDHBU 13.

Un­der 12’s had a great game, the girls came out strong with front leads like we prac­ticed at train­ing dur­ing the week.

Tayah had a great first half in GS, both hold­ing well and cut­ting in front of her girl, she only missed one goal.

Ni­amh was at the other end also hav­ing a great game in GK, she kept on her girl smelling her armpits like we talked about at train­ing.

The score was pretty even at half time but our girls fought back keep­ing them goal­less for the last five min­utes of the third quar­ter.

I’m so proud of all the girls and how they played and put train­ing ideas into game day.

Ava and Ash con­tin­ued to drive and change di­rec­tions when they saw each other in the same spot. So­phie had an amaz­ing game in de­fence, she was backed up all game by Emma who took lots of in­ter­cepts.

Remy and Tamir ran and ran all game. Mickey had a great sec­ond half in GS also hold­ing well, great to have you back Mickey.

10/U – Henty 13 def CDHBU 4.

Al­though our girls didn’t win to­day they can all walk away know­ing they are im­prov­ing and start­ing to be­come a team unit.

Awards: Green Bean Cafe- Kate Fitzger­ald, Ladies Com­mit­tee - Mad­die Ryan.

Awards: Corowa Travel Link- Ni­amh Lavis, Sport­spower- Emma McKen­zie, Ladies Com­mit­tee - Ash Han­ra­han.

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