Bat­tles in­ten­sify as one round re­mains in sea­son

Narrogin Observer - - Sport - Michael Traill

It’s crunch time in the Nar­ro­gin and Districts Net­ball As­so­ci­a­tion with only one round re­main­ing in the reg­u­lar sea­son.

In the A1 divi­sion, sec­ond-placed Wa­gin are hit­ting their straps at the right time of the year with a win over third-placed Wil­liams, 56–28.

In Wick­epin on Sun­day, Olympics se­cured an im­por­tant 47-41 vic­tory over the War­riors, keep­ing them in touch with the top four.

Top-placed Pin­gelly col­lected the points to re­main un­de­feated after bot­tom-placed Cuballing for­feited their match.

In the A2 divi­sion 1 com­pe­ti­tion, the shoot­ers from Olympics Turquoise were on fire in their game against Wick­epin Red, claim­ing a 59-31 win.

Wa­gin 2 man­aged an im­pres­sive 5437 win over Waves.

Lad­der lead­ers Pin­gelly kept Wil­liams to only 23 goals in their 17-goal vic­tory.

Wa­gin 3 scraped over the line against Waves 2 in the A2 divi­sion 2 com­pe­ti­tion. Their 38-37 win shifted them into first spot on the lad­der on 21 points, equal with Waves 2.

Wa­gin 4 de­nied Flames to ce­ment their spot at the top, de­feat­ing them 45-38.

Olympics Roy­als sit two points be­hind flames after Olympics Aqua for­feited their match against them over the week­end.

Picture: Susie Mc­dougall

Wick­epin’s Katie Lally takes a shot just in­side of the court.

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