Gal­lagher dom­i­nant in de­cider

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - SPORT -

Gal­lagher Fenc­ing stood tall in the De­niliquin Sta­dium Mixed Net­ball Divi­sion One fi­nal with a strong 41 to 20 win against Musk­abeers.

The re­sult was never in doubt for Gal­lagher, jump­ing out to a 15 to 4 lead at the first break.

Their dom­i­nance con­tin­ued in the next two quar­ters, hold­ing a 26 to 11 lead at half time, be­fore head­ing into the fi­nal stanza with a 35 to 16 buf­fer.

Musk­abeers were outscored once again in the fi­nal term, with Gal­lagher record­ing a 21 goal vic­tory.

De­spite be­ing on the los­ing end, it was Musk­abeers de­fender El­lie Parks who was de­clared the grand fi­nal MVP.

The sea­son MVP award was won by mid­courter Hay­ley Hall (Gal­lagher Fenc­ing).

The Divi­sion Two grand fi­nal was a closer af­fair, with Blakey’s Team de­feat­ing HRL Train­ers 31 to 24.

It was a tough bat­tle with Blakey’s keep­ing their nose in front through­out, lead­ing 8 to 5 at quar­ter time.

They ex­tended their lead 17 to 11 at half time and won the third quar­ter by two goals to hold a 23 to 15 lead at three quar­ter time.

To HRL’s credit they con­tin­ued to bat­tle strongly, win­ning the last quar­ter to peg the mar­gin back to seven goals at the fi­nal whis­tle.

Mid­courter Molly Shaw (Blakey’s Team) was the MVP in the fi­nal with Nat Samp­son (Team Ash) win­ning the MVP for the sea­son.

Gal­lagher Fenc­ing (back, from left) Bec White, Ju­lia Druitt, Hay­ley Hall, Ella Har­vey and Maddy Cal­lanan; (front) Mick Har­vey, Todd Gal­lagher and Josh Per­iz­zolo.

HRL Train­ers (back, from left) Brody Fisher, Jade Mead­owcroft, Demi Blake and Nikita Doyle; (front) Jess Tre­monti, Kane Lid­den, Rhys Thom­mers and Chelsea McNa­mara.

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