Close finishes highlight Saturday netball

It was a cold start to Saturday netball at the Margaret Butler Complex, but the sun came out, making for some entertaining games across all grades. 

Canteen awards for the Net-Set-Go Division for round six went to Evelyn Romanewicz, Stella Evans, Emily McMahon, Abigail Forsyth, Zoe Hamilton and Georgia Thornton.

In the division six Games, Cool Rainbows defeated Tiger Lillies and Strikers were too good for Fergies’ Purple Thunder. Most valuable players were Lydia Salmon, Sophie Ryan, Chloe Salter and Georgia Pentland.

Snowy Owls accounted for Sparkles and Hot Sparks knocked off Tiger Magics in the division five games. Best and fairest players were Missy Ryan, Audrey Hanson, Cybella Roddy and Chloe Ryan.  Elliotts 11s had the bye.

In division four, Amigos defeated Savage Sisters, Purple Reign won against Club Tumut 13s. Jayda Bradshaw, Lauren Hannig, Tahlia Deacon and Emma Brasen were the most valuable players. 

Games played in division two Saw Carve It Up winning against The Dividers and DME 14s won on a forfeit. Best and fairest players were Lily Webb and Molly Webb.

In Division 1 Bowlie defeated Health Klinix Tumut, Divas beat Royal and Goodes 15s And Talent Times both won on forfeit. Most valuable players were Maggie Talbot, Adelene Wells, Amelia Hassett and Michaela Smith.

Spectators are reminded QR codes are displayed at several points around the courts and that no dogs, bikes, scooters or skate boards at the courts on Saturdays.

The association would like to wish the Goodes Coaches 15s and the Crampton Electrical 17s all the best for this weekend’s trip to the Hart Senior Netball State Titles in Sydney.

All games in the Tumut Netball Association winter competition will have a break this weekend due to the Queens’ birthday long weekend.