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KNA 2024: Strong juniors, Go, NetSet teams hit court in round two, Te Taitonga 1 win over Kojonup 2 in A1

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Broomehill's Lisa Stanley defended by Cardinals Fever’s Lara Davies.
Camera IconBroomehill's Lisa Stanley defended by Cardinals Fever’s Lara Davies. Credit: Tina Briscoe

Round two of the 2024 Katanning Netball Association went off without a hitch for all divisions.

NetSet started their Saturday morning game with lots of young children participating in learning the sport for the first time.

Go and juniors went amazingly well with more teams this year across all junior divisions, players were scattered all over the courts in brilliant team spirit.

Seven teams are competing this year and this week was highlighted by ANZ Swifts and McIntosh Magpies, who had an amazing game with Magpies coming out on top, 37- 31.

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QFH Vixens and NAB Lightnings game and NAB put their foot down early on in the game which led to a nice 45-29 win.

Kojonup Emeralds and Kojonup Sapphires got to have a welcomed home game.

Kojonup's Hereina Tunui defends Cardinals Phoenix's Michelle Berrigan
Camera IconKojonup's Hereina Tunui defends Cardinals Phoenix's Michelle Berrigan Credit: Tina Briscoe

In such a closely contested game, scores were on the low side but Sapphires managed to take the win by one point, 19-18.

The senior division had a fantastic round two with Te Taitonga 1 squaring off against Kojonup 2 in A1.

After a close game all the way Te Taitonga 1 snatched the 42-39 win.

Kojonup 1 and Cardinals Force started nice and strong.

Kojonup 1 hammered down and ran with the scoreboard, handing them a strong 58-28 win.

Olympians 1 and Allstars 1 fixture was a heavily contested game throughout.

Allstar found avenues to the goal effortlessly and powered to a 58-37 triumph.

Te Taitonga 2 secured their first A2 win of the season after defeating Olympians 2 by 12 goals.

A nice buffer throughout the game gave Te Taitonga 2 the 49-37 victory.

Dumbleyung had a tough game against Allstars 2 but Allstars 2 managed to come out victorious, 46-40.

Broomehill made light work of Cardinals Fever, notching a comfortable 39-14 win.

Allstars' Rosie Woods shoots over Te Taitonga's Rachel Dark
Camera IconAllstars' Rosie Woods shoots over Te Taitonga's Rachel Dark Credit: Tina Briscoe

In A3 Kojonup 3 battled it out with Cardinals Phoenix in a tight tussle all the way.

Cardinals managed to sneak away with a two-goal victory, prevailing 28-26.

After missing the opening round with a bye, Te Taitonga 3 played their match of the season and exited the court with a nice win against Allstars 3, 32-27 while Kojonup 4 had a bye.

Round 3 will be held at the Kojonup Sports Complex on Saturday for all divisions.

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