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Mid-week senior round before Katanning Netball Association compete hard at regional champs in Esperance

Tina Briscoe Great Southern Herald
Katanning Netball Association under-12s.
Camera IconKatanning Netball Association under-12s. Credit: Tina Briscoe

It was a busy week for the Katanning Netball Association with regular games and teams heading away to play in a carnival.

The KNA sent four teams to Esperance at the weekend for the Great Southern Regional Association Championships.

They were represented in under-12s, under-14s, under-16s and open.

Katanning under-14s team in action against Narrogin.
Camera IconKatanning under-14s team in action against Narrogin. Credit: Tina Briscoe

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It wasn’t Katanning’s year for any titles but all four teams put in some mighty efforts.

The under-14s were the only ones to get some wins under their belt.

There were strong netballers from around the region and it was a great experience for everyone who played.

Katanning’s Lilly Quartermaine looks to pass.
Camera IconKatanning’s Lilly Quartermaine looks to pass. Credit: Tina Briscoe

Davina Davies, who put together KNA’s teams at the carnival, did an outstanding job along with all the coaches, managers, scorers, timekeepers and umpires.

Everyone bared the cold weather with a mid-week round for all senior grades last Wednesday night.

A-grade had Allstars 1 take on Kojonup 1 but Kojonup just couldn’t keep it together, which allowed Allstars to win 58-32.

Te Taitonga 1 had a great start to their game against Olympians 1 but the latter fought back well to win 76-30.

Katanning’s Leah Edwards shooting.
Camera IconKatanning’s Leah Edwards shooting. Credit: Tina Briscoe

The A-reserves grade was more competitive this week, Broomehill had all the right things happening but Kojonup 2 were hungry for the win and came out on top 40-34.

Cardinals Force had a mighty game against Allstars 2, however Allstars won the match 46-36.

It was an interesting round in B-grade as Olympians 3 were held to 15 goals as Cardinals Fever ran out 37-goal winners.

Allstars 3 weren’t strong enough this week and suffered their first loss against Olympians 2, 36-31.

Kojonup 3 and Kojonup 4 held their derby at home and it was Kojonup 3 that won 46-25.

Cardinals Phoenix got another win under their belt this season, beating Dumbleyung 2 after a strong second half 58-30.

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