Katanning Netball Association send two sides away to Albany Junior Netball Carnival
Two Katanning Netball Association teams headed to Albany for the Albany Junior Netball Carnival on Sunday.
The 12-and-under team coached by Bridgette O’Neill notched two wins from their five games.
They fought hard all day, showed great spirit, and produced impressive teamwork.
The 13-and-under team coached by Tania Edwards also travelled south to compete at the carnival, winning two of their five games.
Team management lauded the players’ great commitment.
The young players have shown strong improvement after two major carnivals in a matter of weeks.
KNA development officer Davina Davies did an outstanding job in helping the young girls get to play in these events.
There is another major netball event in Albany coming up, and Katanning is hoping to send junior and senior teams.
Saturday’s events were buzzing as always back in Katanning, with juniors playing well again.
Two Kojonup teams got to play in their home town against each other, which is always fun for the kids and families.
Seniors are settling in nicely after a slight fixture change.
Olympians 1 and Allstars 1 played a tough game with Olympians prevailing 49-40 in the A and A-reserve division.
Cardinals Force proved too strong for Dumbleyung 1 finishing 47-30 winners while Kojonup 1 defeated Kia Ora, 50-34.
In B-grade Cardinals Phoenix were not able to stick with Kojonup 2 who owned the court to win 44-20.
Allstars 2 got another win under their belt against Olympians 2, winning 46-29.
Olympians 3 prevailed in their C-grade match over Cardinals Vixens, 25-17, while Kojonup 3 produced a commanding display over Dumbleyung 2 to win 54-19.
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