Coly netballers’ tough task at home

Written by admin on 21/11/2018 Categories: 苏州美甲美睫培训学校

All the netball sides fought out tight matches in the FFNLon Saturday.

A Gradewere the most dominantteam on the day in beating Marrar 57-44.

They ledby over10goals for most of the game and eventually took the four points with a 13 goal victory.

Coach Brianna Clark was very happy with the teams combined efforts as the whole playinggroup stepped up the pace and intensity.

Clark felt the girls’ timing was perfect whichallowed the running players to drive down the court confidently and with precision.

Thespectators witnessed a very polished display of netball from the Blues.Best: Georgia Lea. Player’s player:Charmaine Buchanan.

The Blues’A Reserve sidecan be satisfied with their 53-44 defeatto the thirdplaced Bombers.The girls put in a strong effort and played out the game withcommitteddetermination.

The team still has a chance of making finals as there are three teams vyingfor fourth and fifth spot.Best:Acacia Mannes. Player’s player:Chloe Buchanan.

A slow first half for the B grade sidehad the Blues down by 10 goals at one pointbutpositional changes by coach Kirby Watts and a grittyeffortby the girls saw them take out a 28-24 victory.

The Blues willbe battling for their place in the finals over theremaining three rounds with another two teams.Best:Kelsey Fraser. Player’s player: DiKelly.

C Grade (Bombers 21 def. Blues 18) had their closestand most impressive game whenthey went down 21-18 to theBombers.

The Blues had the goal shooting experience ofreturning player Nikole Cullen, which gave the Blues a target when moving forward.Best:Courtney Foster.Player’s Player:Nikole Cullen.

Next week the Blues play TRYC at home and the under 17s play Marrar.

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