Fast Five is new way of think­ing for net­ballers

South Waikato News - - SPORT -

Fast five net­ball will be played at the Toko­roa net­ball courts on July 5. This com­pe­ti­tion is for reg­is­tered teams and play­ers only. Very soon the rules and reg­u­la­tions for this com­pe­ti­tion will be on the web­site to view.

Play­ers will need to be think­ing about strate­gies to win their games. Shoot­ing for goal out­side the goal cir­cle and rolling subs will be in tune for the Fast Five com­pe­ti­tion.

Teams will need to make sure that they have enough shoot­ers and de­fence on the court at the same time to en­sure goals are scored and the op­po­si­tion do not score too many. The Toko­roa Fast Five com­pe­ti­tion will be fun and a change of pace for all teams.

It is im­por­tant that all play­ers and or­gan­is­ers of teams reg­u­larly check out the web­site for the lat­est in­for­ma­tion.

The se­nior cham­pi­onship com­pe­ti­tion will have two weeks’ break af­ter the Fast Five com­pe­ti­tion. The cham­pi­onships will re­sume on July 26.

There will be no pri­mary net­ball on the July 5. Com­pe­ti­tion will re­turn on July 26.

A fea­ture of the pri­mary games on Satur­day was the suc­cess of intermediate um­pires con­trol­ling the top grade. These um­pires gained their Net­ball NZ the­ory ex­am­i­na­tions re­cently.

Some pri­mary teams have com­pleted the first round of the Bill Gray Me­mo­rial Cham­pi­onships. Tainui Stars are leading the A grade and Cargill Champs the B grade. In C grade, the Am­is­field An­gels v Strath­more Magic game will be the de­cider and in D grade, Tainui Idols and David Henry Fire­birds are leading on points.

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