Bloods dom­i­nate

Southern Riverina news - - CLASSIES LOCAL -

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.

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