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KNA 2024: Kojonup shine on A1 return from association championships, NetSet and Go Juniors on the rise

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Kojonup 2s Stacey Putland passing over Cardinals Force's Addison O'Neill.
Camera IconKojonup 2s Stacey Putland passing over Cardinals Force's Addison O'Neill. Credit: Tina Briscoe

The Katanning Netball Association returned with a bang on Saturday after last weekend’s 2024 Fuel To Go & Play Association Championships in Perth.

The onset of winter weather and colder days did not deter the NetSet and Go Juniors from energetically kicking off the fixtures.

Braving the chilly start to the morning the strong little players, showcased the array of skills they have been learning at training.

After round five, these young kids are really upping their skills and creating a strong team bond in their teams on the court.

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Juniors amped up their game this week with each team working very hard to secure higher positions on the ladder.

Kojonup 4s Aimee Lenz and Cardinals Phoenix's Charlotte Boyle.
Camera IconKojonup 4s Aimee Lenz and Cardinals Phoenix's Charlotte Boyle. Credit: Tina Briscoe

Almost halfway through the season and teams are already gelling with such strong gameplay.

Round six of the senior competition had everyone rearing to go after the break.

The A1 was highlighted by a Kojonup clean sweep, beginning with Kojonup 2 squaring off against Cardinals Force.

Kojonup pushed through with a bit more force than Cardinals, to notch a 42-37 win.

Olympians 1 put their foot down instantly against Te Taitonga 1.

Managing a nice buffer early on, Olympians held it together, winning 45-32.

Kojonup 1 had a hard contest against Allstars 1, however they managed to pull in the win with a strong 53-46 result.

A2 had ladder leaders Broomehill get a little worried with Allstars 2 on their tail.

In a fairly low-scoring game compared to previous rounds, Broomehill powered to a 39-30 triumph to tighten their grip on top spot.

Dumbleyung chalked up another win on their tally against Te Taitonga 2, 45-34.

Olympians 1s Jasmine Bradshaw shooting goal against Te Taitonga 1s Selina Terry.
Camera IconOlympians 1s Jasmine Bradshaw shooting goal against Te Taitonga 1s Selina Terry. Credit: Tina Briscoe

Cardinals Fever finally managed to pick themselves up off the bottom of the ladder with a 31-23 win over Olympians 2.

A3 had both Kojonup teams keep up with their sister teams, also winning.

Playing against Cardinals Phoenix, Kojonup 4 had a great start increasing their margin each quarter to take a 52-30 victory.

Kojonup 3 also followed suit, creating themselves a strong lead against Allstars 3. Kojonup left victorious with a score of 55-23.

Allstars 2’s Leanne Eades looks for a pass as Broomehill's Wendy Hall defends.
Camera IconAllstars 2’s Leanne Eades looks for a pass as Broomehill's Wendy Hall defends. Credit: Tina Briscoe

Netball continues for round seven this Saturday at Katanning Leisure Centre.

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