Allstars 1 record strong win over Olympians 1 in A-grade division of Katanning Netball Association

Tina BriscoeGreat Southern Herald
Juniors Division: McIntosh player Billie-Jo French defends the goal.
Camera IconJuniors Division: McIntosh player Billie-Jo French defends the goal. Credit: Tina Briscoe

The Katanning Netball Association’s season may be nearing completion but there is still a great buzz amongst players each Saturday.

The Go Juniors started off this weekend’s fixtures and there were some great games played.

Players in the Net and Set program were able to play for the first time in their very own uniforms.

The Katanning Netball Association was lucky enough to have two sponsors help provide these youngsters with two sets of uniforms beautifully designed in KNA colours.

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The juniors division had a strong round after these young athletes had a late start getting their own division happening this year due to a lack of numbers.

Some stepped up to the seniors division to start the season but there were plenty of smiles all over the court when playing in a division of their own.

Seniors was smooth sailing as all games went off without a hitch.

In the A-grade, Olympians 1 were unable to claim another win against Allstars 1.

Allstars 1 recorded a strong six-goal win, 42-36.

Kojonup 1 played a great game against Cardinals Force but in a tight contest it was Kojonup 1 who came out on top, 45-36.

There was a tense contest between Broomehill and Allstars 2 in A-reserves but Broomehill came out a tad stronger to win by just two goals, 39-37.

Kojonup 2 had a resounding win over Kia Ora, who battled it out to the finish but went down 27-44.

There were some top games played in B-grade, where Olympians 2 snared their first win for the season.

It was goal for goal on each centre pass but Kojonup 4 ran out of time as Olympians 2 grabbed a thrilling 44-43 win.

Keeping it close with their sister team, Olympians 3 defeated Kojonup 3 by one goal in a close affair, 29-28.

Cardinals Fever put up a huge effort against undefeated Dumbleyung 1. It was anyone’s game for a while but Dumbleyung 1 were a little stronger at the end to keep top spot, 41-38.

There was one C-grade match played and Allstars 3 kept up the wins for their club, downing Cardinals Phoenix in a great clash, 35-27.

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