Katanning Netball Association continues action-packed season as Kojnonup defeats Broomehill in A/A reserves
The Katanning Netball Association is almost halfway through the season and there is significant improvement and enthusiasm on display from all grades
All juniors have increased their level of play, from Net and Set in the morning that gets kids involved though mini games, and the enthusiasm and skill is incredible to see.
Go games were full of amazing team work and quick turnovers, keeping the Go Juniors on their toes for the whole game.
Juniors have continued their improvement, pulling out every technique they have been working on across the season
The senior division made for an interesting afternoon on Saturday, with some ladder-changing results.
In the A/A reserves, Broomehill struggle, with Kojonup 1 dominating from the outset to take the win 68-32.
Cardinals Force came through in a fight and got a well deserved victory against a dogged Kojonup 2, 38-32.
Dumbleyung 1 strongly contended against Allstars 2 before Allstars put their foot down, finishing the game with a comfortable 54-40 triumph.
Allstars 1 got off to a strong start against Te Taitonga 1 and finished with a dominant 74-45 victory.
The B/C grade also featured a strong round.
Te Taitonga 2 put together a dominant first quarter against Dumbleyung 2 and never faltered from there, taking the win 66-18.
All Stars 3 started slow but found their rhythm, emerging with a 48-22 win over Cardinals Phoenix.
Olympians 2 showed their hunger to win against Cardinals Fever with a 42-33 win.
Kojonup 4 gave Olympians 3 a good run each quarter in a low-scoring affair, emerging with a 26-23 win.
Development training is now in progress for the upcoming carnivals.
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