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Coly A-grade beats top team in thriller
A- grade: Coleambally 52 def North Wagga 51.
Coly’s A- graders knock off the top team.
In a major mental breakt hrough, t he senior netballers has a very physical game.
Coleambally matched t he pressure of North Wagga with amazing defence lead by Jemma Pound i n goal keeper, as well as Maddie Mannes and Abbey Young.
With extra training in the lead up t o f i nals, t he t eam should take strength in this win and give the title a red hot shake come September.
Awards: Strathmerton Drilling Player’s Player Glass — Giaan Cullen; Coly Club Umpire’s Award — Jemma Pound. A-reserve: Down.
Awards: Morundah Hotel Player’s Player Glass — Abbey Young ; Coly Community Bank Umpire’s Award — Laura Mannes.
Awards: AgnVet Player’s Player Glass — Linda Clarke; Coly Club Umpire’s Award — Hannah Pound.
Awards: Yenda Prods Grain Player’s Player Glass — Abby Neville; Coly Irrigation Coach’s Award — Lily Painting.
In the AFL, North Wagga we’re a bit more classy. The seniors were narrowly defeated in a close scoring game.
Final score: Coleambally 6.8 (44) def by Nth Wagga 6.15 (51).
Goal kickers: Blake Argus 2; Kyle Bennett, Jade Hodge, Max Hillier and Todd Clark.
Best players: Max Hillier, Jacob Breed, Tom Mannes, Luke Hillier, Jade Hodge and Blake Argus.
Awards: DeMamiel Bros BP Fuel - Jake Breed; Tim’s Meats — Max Hillier ; Coleambally Community Club 1%er Manager’s Award — James Buchanan; MAS Ag Work Player’s Player Mug — Tom Mannes.
The reserves had a t ougher day at the office, but continued to battle hard to the final siren.
Final score: Coleambally 6.2 ( 38) def by Nth Wagga 16.13 ( 109).
Goal kickers: Lachlan Evans 4; Liam Horton; Rohan Lacey.
Best players: Josh Shaw, Liam Horton, Lachlan Evans, Hugh White, Nathan Hodgson and James Clarke.
Awards: DeMamiel Bros BP Fuel — Josh Shaw; Tim’s Meats — Liam Horton; Coleambally Community Club — Hugh White; Coly Servo BP 1% er — Nathan Hodgson; Mack I nsurance Player’s Player Mug — James Clarke.