Sides back in ac­tion

Narrogin Observer - - Sport - Michael Traill

A string of tight games and ju­nior rep­re­sen­ta­tive suc­cess has wel­comed back the Nar­ro­gin and Dis­tricts Netball As­so­ci­a­tion af­ter matches were aban­doned two week­ends ago.

In the A1 di­vi­sion, Olympics Gold pulled off a tight vic­tory over Cuballing, 54-51.

Pin­gelly re­main at the top af­ter their 56-48 win over Wa­gin, while Wil­liams also recorded an eight­goal win over Wick­epin, 39-31.

In the A2 di­vi­sion 1, Wick­epin could not hold onto a six-goal lead at quar­ter-time against Pin­gelly.

The Pan­thers scraped to a 36-35 vic­tory in the end.

Olympic Turquoise de­feated Waves in a lows­cor­ing af­fair, 35-24.

Wa­gin cruised to vic­tory against Wil­liams, 52-25.

But it was the girls sent down to Al­bany over the week­end who achieved the great­est results.

Three NDNA teams trav­elled to the Al­bany Netball As­so­ci­a­tion Ju­nior Car­ni­val.

The 11-and-un­der, 12-and-un­der and 13-an­dun­der sides all made it to the grand fi­nal of their re­spec­tive di­vi­sions.

The 12-and-un­der and 13-and-un­der NDNA rep­re­sen­ta­tive sides were both crowned cham­pi­ons.

Pic­ture: Susie McDougall

ABOVE: NDNA 12-and-un­der rep­re­sen­ta­tive side.

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