The sunshine was welcomed by the Tocumwal netballers when they took to the courts in Yarroweyah on Saturday.
In much better conditions compared to the wet and cold of the week before, the A grade Bloods easily took home the four points, defeating the Hoppers 63-26.
Another strong centre court game from Kate Bird saw her receive the first incentive award, while reigning league medallist Leah Pate also took home an award.
The B-graders put on a strong game with under-15 players Kate Eddy and Hannah Paganoni both stepping up to fill in.
However, the girls suffered a very unfortunate loss, 40-33, with awards going Christina Roberts and Sarah Quick.
It was a tough game for the C-Reserve Bloods, with the defensive end and midcourt having to work extremely hard.
Mellissa Crowe played a great game in what ended up being a 25-13 loss, while awards went to Elisha Penman and Leah Ryan.
A fantastic game from all of the under-15s players saw them take the win, 47-13.
Great use of set plays and wonderful teamwork saw Kate Eddy and Mandy Huang receive awards.
The under-13s came up against some tall Hoppers opponents, but they displayed some great talking right along the court.
Fantastic play and shooting from Ally Vanderhoek saw her take home the Lush award, Lucy Bourchier received the the Rusties award and Holly Noonan took home the McDonald’s award.
The final score was a 29-14 win to Yarroweyah.
It was a great game from Tocumwal’s under-11s, shooting a total of seven goals.
Awards went to Danielle Dines, Jordan Lang-Hauler and Zarli Gow.
Goalshooter Katrina Chellew was instrumental in Tocumwal’s big win over Yarroweyah in A grade. Photo courtesy Helen Barker.