Close win in memorial
THERE were some mixed results in the rain-affected conditions of the first round of the Perth Netball Association competition on Saturday.
In the open division one, Classics had a close 38-34 win over Aranmore Jets in the annual Judi Jones Memorial Game in honour of the late former Classics Netball Club president.
City Beach Surfers 1 beat Wembley 46-39 and Scarborough and Phantoms had convincing victories over Sterling Saints (45-18) and City Beach 2 (56-27).
John XXIII and City Beach drew 23-all in the junior division one competition, Classics beat West Coasters 66-36 and Methodist Ladies’ College had a 49-27 victory over Perth College.
In the junior Year 7-8 division one, City Beach 1 defeated Perth College 42-15, Classics 1 beat City Beach 2 48-7 and Classics 2 had a 37-11 win over Storm.
Town of Cambridge mayor Keri Shannon kicked off the season with a sundowner last Thursday, with life membership awarded to Julie Killen.
Classics and Aranmore Jets ready to take the court for the Judi Jones Memorial Game.
Cambridge Mayor Keri Shannon, new life member Julie Killen and PNA president Elaine Clucas.