Finals fast approaching in Katanning Netball Association as A-grade teams start to make their moves

Tina BriscoeGreat Southern Herald
A junior goal shooter makes a move against the Kojonup team.
Camera IconA junior goal shooter makes a move against the Kojonup team. Credit: Tina Briscoe

The second last round of the regular season in the Katanning Netball Association took place on Saturday, with the finals fast approaching.

Juniors were a ray of positive energy, smiles and pure joy.

All teams gave it their all in both junior divisions and the set kids took to the court again in their new uniforms for the second time.

Seniors competition provided a great afternoon with some great games and teams showing they are there to win.

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There were two dominant wins in A-grade.

Last year’s grand finalists produced commanding displays on the verge of finals with Allstars 1 smashing it on the scorecard, finishing 76-21 victors against Cardinals Force.

Olympians 1 also put in a superb display, easily accounting for Kojonup 1 with a 52-26 win.

Meanwhile, Kia Ora and Broomehill battled out a tough contest in A-reserves.

With a mixture of wins and losses between these two teams, they ended up drawing 36-all in their final game against each other in the regular season.

Allstars 2 came in a little bit stronger against Kojonup 2, emerging victorious with 42-38 victory.

In the B-grade Dumbleyung 1 beat Kojonup 3, 53-23. while Olympians 3 couldn’t quite keep it together against Kojonup 4, who took the win 40-18.

Olympians 2 had a thrilling game against Cardinals Force with the latter claiming victory, 28-21.

Dumbleyung 2 and Cardinal Vixens battled out the sole game in C-grade with Dumbelyung recording a thumping 57-18 win.

On Monday, August 22, the KNA is holding a walking netball event that will run every Monday over the next five weeks and is available for people of any age and fitness level.

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