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This week the Ren­nie net­ballers headed to Katunga sup­port­ing the ‘Don’t Text and Drive’ ini­tia­tive to raise aware­ness and safety while driv­ing.

The RFNC con­grat­u­lates the Swans on their sup­port of such a wor­thy cause.

A Grade

Ren­nie 39 de­feated by Katunga 48. Awards: Mul­wala Bak­ery – Clancy Big­ger, Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel – Brylee Mc­Carty and Thyme for cof­fee – Kait­lyn Ack­erly

B Grade

Ren­nie 28 de­feated by Katunga 42. This was the first time this sea­son B grade had all 9 play­ers which meant the team could ro­tate play­ers and have fresh legs.

There were some great pas­sages of play within each quar­ter but the girls were un­able to cap­i­talise for a pos­i­tive re­sult.

A few things to work on to get 100% out of the team.

Awards: Mul­wala Bak­ery – Nada Nolen, The Naked Tree – Tayla Mol­li­son, and One Zach – Kayla Oughton.

C Grade

Ren­nie 33 de­feated by Katunga 42. Awards: Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel - Kayla Stevenson, Bella Pelle – Roxi Marett, Soul Sis­ters – Kacey Kin­dred, and Re­back Waste – Tammy Wat­son.

C Re­serve

Ren­nie 45 de­feated Katunga 26. A great game. All seven girls played out their po­si­tion for all four quar­ters.

The goalers were on fire, find­ing plenty of space and shoot­ing with ac­cu­racy.

The de­fend­ers and mid-courters worked tire­lessly mak­ing in­ter­cepts and tak­ing re­bounds.

Space was to be found all the way down the court and made pas­sages of play eas­ier to work with. Keep up the team­work and en­cour­age­ment.

Awards: Yar­ra­wonga Ho­tel - Zoe Wor­land, Ter­mi­nus Ho­tel – Gayle Levesque, and Bal­ance Spin Stu­dio – Jess Szmidel.

Un­der 17s

Ren­nie 50 de­feated Katunga 15. Awards: Bella Femme Ness – Chelsea Bea- vis, Win­gate’s – Mad­die McIn­ness, Burn’s Earth­works – Lexie Nolen and Athanaeum – Amy Nieuwen­hout.

Un­der 15s

Ren­nie 41 de­feated Katunga 23. Great game, all the girls dug deep and worked to­gether as a team. Good solid win.

Awards: Mul­wala Bak­ery–Hay­ley Big­ger, Judd’s Mens­land – Nikita-Lee Wal­lace, Yarra Hot Bread – Anika Walsh. Un­der 13s Ren­nie 39 de­feated Katunga 17. An ex­cel­lent team game. All worked so well down the court, us­ing space and com­ing for­ward. The score didn’t in­di­cate how hard the girls worked.

Awards: Yarra Fish’n’Chips- Char­lotte Bott, Arnold/Hall Fam­ily - Lily Levesque, Redback Waste- Marie Hosk­ings, Court­yard Cafe- Abbey Coghill.

Un­der 11s

Awards: La Porchetta – Laynee Rhodes, Ricky D’s Pizza – Chelsie Cooper, Arnold/ Hall Fam­ily – Sophia Shaw and Court­yard Café – Holly Hadley.

The RFNC Ball was held on Satur­day at ClubMul­wala.

Those who at­tended the ball would agree there was plenty of glam­our on show and some of the dance moves would prove that Ren­nie has tal­ent.

Thanks to ClubMul­wala for the won­der­ful venue, decked out in the ‘green and white’, and the gen­er­ous amount of food and re­fresh­ments avail­able through­out the en­tire evening was fault­less.

Play­ers and sup­port­ers of the Ren­nie Foot­ball Net­ball Club en­joyed the en­ter­tain­ment by Scott and Amanda and their band.

Thanks to Lisa Starr who has been a great or­gan­iser and co­or­di­na­tor of this event, an enor­mous task that she un­der­takes with pas­sion and pro­fes­sion­al­ism.

A credit to Lisa is the num­ber of at­ten­dees, ex­ceed­ing 200. Thank you and well done.

The spon­sor of the week is One Zach. Neil and Aileen McDon­ald have been great sup­port­ers of the Ren­nie Net­ball Club over many years.

The club en­cour­ages all play­ers and their fam­i­lies to check out their range of fash­ion and surf wear at One Zach in Bel­more Street Yar­ra­wonga.

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