Yarrawonga Chronicle - - Classies -

A Grade

Tungamah 42 de­feated by Mul­wala 47. Awards: Amy Nunn -Thyme for cof­fee, Molly Saun­ders -Judd’s

B Grade

Tungamah 28 de­feated by Mul­wala 44. It was per­fect day for net­ball. Tungamah knew it would be a tough game against Mul­wala.

With a few changes to the side and new com­bi­na­tions the Bears had a slow start to the game find­ing it hard to get the ball into the goal ring.

The mid­court worked hard all game.

Jo, Brodie and Te­gan never gave up in de­fence against a very ac­cu­rate side. The heat tested every­one’s fit­ness but the Bears didn’t give up mak­ing the last quarter their best.

C Grade

Tungamah 15 de­feated by Mul­wala 46. Great start by the girls. The Li­ons put into place all the ar­eas they have been im­ple­ment­ing at train­ing.

Their de­fence in Kait, Josie and Am­ber kept the pres­sure on the goalies all day and they were helped out by Ber­nadette and Caity.

Mul­wala then put the foot down and the Bears strug­gled with the pace of the game in the heat. The 4th quarter was bet­ter as the mid­court in Jess, Lani and Iso­bel worked well to­gether feed­ing into the goalers Danielle and Remi.

C Re­serve

Tungamah 18 de­feated by Mul­wala 73. Nerves and heat def­i­nitely took its toll on the Bears, also three team mates down.

The girls step­ping into de­fense did an amaz­ing job.

The coach couldn’t be more proud of the teams ef­fort also a mas­sive thank you to Grace Whit­lock for help­ing out.

Awards: Thyme Cafe (Cof­fee Voucher)Danielle Lawrence.Thyme Cafe (Cof­fee Voucher)

17 & Un­der

Tungamah 22 de­feated by Mul­wala 31. Tungamah played host on a sunny day to Mul­wala with a great crowd cheer­ing both teams on. They took some time to set­tle, get­ting used to Mul as well as still get­ting to know each other’s play.

By second quarter, they were in­ter­cept­ing and turn­ing over the ball and the goals were go­ing in.

Un­for­tu­nately the Bears pass­ing be­came scrappy and some wild throws had Mul­wala in­ter­cept­ing and tak­ing the ball back down court.

15 & Un­der

Tungamah 17 de­feated by Mul­wala 37. The girls started off very slow which al­lowed Mul­wala to get a run on early in the game, which the young Tungamah side couldn’t come back from the lead which Mul­wala cre­ated.

The girls played very well as a team with lit­tle game time to­gether.

Jade’s de­fen­sive pres­sure was ex­cep­tional around the ring and down the court.

The move­ment of Ruby Wallden in the at­tack end worked very well with the help of Amy.

Great games all round for the girls. Awards; Sub­way – Ruby Wallden, McDon­alds – Jade Ralph, Yar­ra­wonga Fish & Chips – Penny Thom­son.

13 & Un­der

Tungamah 4 de­feated by Mul­wala 34. Mercy rule

An­other hot day for the girls, which meant plenty of op­por­tu­ni­ties to move the girls around the court in dif­fer­ent po­si­tions, to give play­ers a rest and also to see where every­one’s abil­i­ties are. Un­for­tu­nately they didn’t come away with a win again, but Tungamah can’t wait for the rest of the year and how far these girls will come. Again they will keep putting in the prac­tice at train­ing, and hope­fully see a win soon.

11 & Un­der

Tungamah 0 de­feated by Mul­wala 17. What a great first game. With Shaylee Pearce, Cheri Birks, Alek­tra Re­nau and Alani Petersen all mak­ing their net­ball de­buts.

Mad­di­son Purtell, Shylee Brown and Mia El­liott are all back for an­other year with Un­der 11s. Although the Bears were un­able to score a goal, the girls worked to­gether as a team and get some great in­ter­cepts and turnovers.

Thanks to Aleila and Mykie for help­ing us out with a quarter each.

Look­ing for­ward to a great year of learn­ing all the ba­sic skills.

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