with Linda Dewbery
IT finally felt like netball weather for Monday night’s round of seniors netball.
A chilly evening greeted our players, arriving to play the second last round before the finals series commences.
Leaders for each division worked hard to cement their top spot on the ladder, while other teams were looking to improve their positions.
Division 1 PC Cougars enjoyed a bye this week and sit safely in number one position.
Wauchope Nuffins knocked over division two leaders PC Jaguars with a confident 32-20 win.
Saints Splash easily accounted for PP Rebels, 25-12, to stay on top of division 3.
Joint leaders of division 4, PC Dream Team and Saints Newcomers continue to jostle for the top spot, both enjoying wins this evening.
This sets the scene for an exciting finals series for Div 4. Divisions 1-4 still have one round to play and the final 4 spots for each division are still up for grabs.
Division 5 begin their semi finals next week, with PC Pumas heading confidently into the semis, after accounting for PP Pearls 26-20 tonight.
Last weekend saw our development teams head south to participate in the Taree representative carnival, alongside our 12’s, 13’s and 15’s teams.
Our development teams are made up of talented up and comers looking to improve their game in a bid to knock on the selection door for representative selection in 2017.
These girls train as much as the rep teams, and are entered into carnivals so they can put their new learnings into practice.
All of our teams played exceptionally well on the weekend, with some age groups winning all of their games.
Representative teams from Macleay, Taree and Great Lakes attended.
The depth of talent in HVNA is exciting and our selectors always have a tough job every year, and I’m sure this will continue.
See you courtside.
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