Katanning Netball Association host busy week headlined by double round of A and A reserve
There will be plenty of tired and sore bodies after yet another busy weekend in the Katanning Netball Association.
The juniors was a hive of activity as always, and the Net and Set program is continuing to build strongly.
Friendships are blossoming, which is showing in their teamwork.
The juniors keep getting better and some Go Junior girls played back-to- back games, with two hours on the court before lunch.
The girls are showing amazing dedication and have so much drive for learning more about netball.
Seniors also had a busy week with a quick round of A and A-reserve games played mid-week.
The teams braved the cold evenings and gave it their best.
There was a great game between Cardinals Force and Kia Ora, with Cardinals Force taking the lead late in the game to win 44-40.
Kojonup 1 did not let Dumbleyung 1 into the game, running out convincing 69-16 winners.
Allstars 1 had a tough game against Broomehill but did enough to win 49-29, while Olympians 1 had a bye in the midweek round.
In Saturday’s games, Kojonup 1 beat All Stars 1 57-46 to keep their winning streak going in the A and A-reserve competition.
Olympians 1 were too good for Kia Ora in an emphatic 72-29 victory.
Dumbleyung 1 had to work hard for their 36-27 victory over Broomehill, while Cardinals Force had a bye.
Cardinals Phoenix registered their first win of the B-grade season, winning 40-22 over Olympians 2.
Tambellup Bluebirds and Kojonup 2 were not able to collect any points this week while Allstars 2 had a bye.
In C-grade, Olympians 3 showed their improvement but could not do enough to beat Kojonup 3, who prevailed 42-35.
Carinals Vixens had a strong 41-28 win over Dumbleyung 2 in the other C-grade game.
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