Jer­ilderie net­ball

Southern Riverina news - - Sport -

Glo­ri­ous sun­shine greeted ev­ery­one at Monash Park on Satur­day for our clash against Mathoura.

The overnight frost had left an ice rink on the un­der 11s court so they changed courts and played an­other en­joy­able game.

Play­ing pre­dom­i­nantly net-set-go girls, our team were out matched by the older Mathoura team.

JNC award went to So­phie Roe and the MAKATAK award went to Jade Bald­win.

Our un­der 13s girls had an easy win 27 to 3. Mathoura couldn’t get the ball past our tall Bar­low com­bi­na­tion in An­nalise and Ju­lia. An­nalise Bar­low and Paige Nash won the Magic Scis­sors award and Is­abella Catena won the Jer­ilderie Newsagent award.

No game for the un­der 15s with Mathoura un­able to field a side.

The un­der 17s came out fir­ing in the first quar­ter tak­ing a three goal lead, how­ever lack of con­cen­tra­tion for parts of each 2nd and 3rd quar­ter let Mathoura hold a one goal lead go­ing into the last quar­ter. The Conn Plumb­ing award went to Deeanna Bell and the JNC socks went to Sally Sweeney.

C re­serve also took home the four points with a 41 to 26 win. The Demons were three goals up at half time, but again they kicked into gear and shot 24 goals to 12 in the last half. SD Land­scap­ing award went to shooter Rhi­an­non Roe and the JNC Award went to keeper Car­men Law­ton.

C grade came up against an ex­pe­ri­enced op­po­si­tion and came sec­ond 25 to 50. Tanya Brad­ford won the IGA award and Lauren Irvin won the SD Land­scap­ing award for their ex­cel­lent de­fence in very try­ing con­di­tions.

B grade had a must-win game to keep their fi­nals hopes alive, which they did with a 42 to 30 vic­tory. Sarah Crain played a blin­der at WD to win the Rod­wells BOC and Tia Wil­liams also ran hard at C to win the JNC Wine.

A grade went into the game with­out four reg­u­lar play­ers, but Sammi Conn, Tia Wil­liams, Deeanna Bell, Ca­rina Ro­rato and Elise Wat­son stepped up and showed what they are ca­pa­ble of. Wun­na­murra BOC went to Deeanna Bell and the JNC Award went to Sammi Conn.

Next week we go to Yar­roweyah.

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