Benalla Ensign

All Blacks hold court



All Blacks 40 def Goorambat 38

A-grade came up against Goorambat who also came into the match undefeated on Saturday.

Our team knew the game was going to be a tough match as both sides were wanting to continue the winning streak.

Knowing it would be a physical and fastpaced match we continued to play a controlled game and follow our game plan.

Performing another great game was Alex Keast, who continued to have many intercepts in GK and shut down the shooters.

Meagan Hausner was also named in the best in her role in C.

Meagan was a big drive down both ends of the court and her continued defensive pressure helped the defenders.

Another player who continues to demonstrat­e her tenacity and consistenc­y week after week was Elizabeth Fuhrmeiste­r in GD and WD.

It was a full team effort to make it across the line to take the win by two goals.

So proud of the girls’ efforts to never give up and continue to push each other for the win.

Next up we have Whorouly with our full side back.

Game Day Awards

Royal Hotel Meal Voucher:

Rustik Voucher:

Alex Keast Meagan Hausner

Di's Cleaning & Gardening Voucher:

Elizabeth Fuhrmeiste­r


All Blacks 70 def Goorambat 47

B-grade remains undefeated after round six after coming away with another win.

The shooting circled worked well in rotations and accuracy, contributi­ng to the team’s comfortabl­e win against Goorambat.

Sally Burgess was named in the best on court, alongside Bernie O’Brien, Jessie Ellis and Kellie Holmes.

At the defensive end of the court Jessie Ellis and Bernie O’Brien continue to develop their skills and ability together to turn the ball over.

B-grade has an exciting season ahead and is aiming to be a competitiv­e team throughout the rest of the season.

Game Day Awards:

Benalla Gold Cup Entry:

Sportspowe­r Voucher:

Living Here Award:

All Blacks Dinner Voucher:

Bernie O'Brien Jessie Ellis

Kellie Holmes

Sally Burgess B-reserve

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The B-reserve girls had a great win against Goorambat this weekend showing their strength as a united team.

Our youngest developmen­t player, Ella Brennan, showed her improvemen­ts in WD, which earned her best-on court.

Sarah Terry and Emma Sansgter were also named in the best for the game.

The team was able to adapt to changes on the court and showed determinat­ion in fighting for the ball and backing each other up.

Chloe Dods focused on gaining rebounds in the last quarter supporting the team to take their lead further in front.

Game Day Awards:

Club Award:

Jenny Milner Voucher:

Studio 1405 Voucher:

Ella Brennan

Sarah Terry Emma Sangster

 ?? Clean sweep:
Greg Kirk ?? Benalla All Blacks held bragging rights over Goorambat in all three grades on Saturday. Picture:
Clean sweep: Greg Kirk Benalla All Blacks held bragging rights over Goorambat in all three grades on Saturday. Picture:

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