Deniliquin Pastoral Times

Rovers netball report:


A grade: Deni Rovers 29 def Mathoura 20.

In what can only be described as hot conditions it was a very tough game against a very tough side.

The score line reflects the intensity of the game with goals hard to come by. Our defensive pressure provided opportunit­ies and our shooters had to work extra hard with such a strong Mathoura defence. Everyone was able to stay positive and fight hard for the win.

Awards: Timbrr Firewood - Natalie Sampson; Club award - Hayley Denny; Deniliquin Jewellers - Cara Meyer.

B Grade: Deni Rovers 31 def Mathoura 27. After a few weeks off the girls came out determined to win. A strong defensive game all over the court and some great attacking plays. Thanks again to our juniors for stepping in.

Awards: Timbrr Firewood - Georgia Dudley; Coach House Hotel Motel and Harry Pepper Coffee - Jackie Thorpe; Glow Beauty by Leanne - Mollie Leetham.

C Grade: Deni Rovers 49 def Mathoura 12.

It didn’t feel like 1st v 10th. Mathoura came out hard and strong which our girls were able to absorb and held a couple of goals lead at the first change.

From then on Rovers took control of the game and ran away to win comfortabl­y.

Awards: Central Cellarbrat­ions - Sarah Purtill; Globe Hotel - Prue Meharry; Olivia’s Lash Cave - Nicole Felmingham; JC NRM Consulting C Squad Award Lauren Butcher.

C Reserve: Deni Rovers 48 def Mathoura 11. Very warm day today which knocked a couple of the old bush chooks around. But with a strong bench and a breather they were able to freshen up and continue the game. Best team game for the year from all players saw a large win against a tough opponent.

Awards: Globe Hotel - Sami Davies; Deni Clothing Co - Elena Mulham; Total Bliss Massage & Beauty - Bree Brown.

U17: Deni Rovers 55 def Mathoura 31.

Great result against a strong opponent. Rovers started well with Abbey Wills and Emma East shooting accurately with Sienna Jenkins and Abby Whitehorn feeding them strongly around the ‘D’.

The defenders held strong and were able to grab many loose balls which our shooters were able to convert. Remy Muirhead took the court in GS after half time and did well in her first game back since round six.

Awards: Keet’s Hair - Sienna Jenkins; Deni Driver Training - Abby Whitehorn; Intersport Bennetts - Elena Mulham.

U15: Deni Rovers 57 def Mathoura 6.

It was a fantastic team effort by all the girls today. They had an absolute ball playing mixed up positions

and it was great to see them supporting each other down the court.

It was such an amazing team effort that all players received an award.

Well done girls!

Awards: McDonald’s - Abbie Blake, Shane´ Bothma, Erika Martin; Subway - Makayla Finn, Lucy Pitt; Scoop n Brew - Kate Westcott, Hazel Glowrey, Kate Jenkins. U13: Deni Rovers 30 def Mathoura 5. Another strong game. The girls did a great job playing as a team coming away with another strong win.

Awards: Aria & Harper - Zarly Horne; McDonalds Aria Taylor; Subway- Sienna Elphick.

U11: Not scored.

On a sunny day Saturday morning the youngest Roos showed their skills focusing on fast passing and being a front player. Amelie Bulmer, Lara Horne, Stella Andrews, Lexi Hussey and Phoebe Thomas were accurate and dynamic in attack. Zoe Bassett, Olivia Armytage, Eva Maher and Macie Ezard were solid in defence creating many turnovers. Coach Lucy Horne was impressed with the skill developmen­t, sportsmans­hip and quality passages of play all girls displayed.

Awards: Aria & Harper - Lara Horne; Subway - Macie Ezard; McDonald’s - Amelie Bulmer.

 ??  ?? Sienna Jenkins gains air as she intercepts the ball.
Sienna Jenkins gains air as she intercepts the ball.

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