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Senior teams chase vital wins in final round of Katanning Netball Association before school holiday break

Tina Briscoe Great Southern Herald
Olympians 1's Sophie Wolfe receives a pass from teammate Kirsty Flugge.
Camera IconOlympians 1's Sophie Wolfe receives a pass from teammate Kirsty Flugge. Credit: Tina Briscoe

The final round in the Katanning Netball Association before a break for the school holidays was held last Saturday.

NetSet juniors started their break early but go and juniors got through one last round before their break and all games were incredibly close.

Some junior players will be continuing their training for the Great Southern Association Netball Championships in Esperance at the end of July.

Round 9 for seniors had teams coming in hard and strong, with everyone wanting a massive game before the split and the competition brought back to four grades for the finals.

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Cardinals Force's Sonia Woods takes the centre pass.
Camera IconCardinals Force's Sonia Woods takes the centre pass. Credit: Tina Briscoe

A/A-reserve had an Allstars derby mid-week; it was a fun game with some talented gameplay.

Allstars 1 emerged with a narrow win over Allstars 2.

Olympians 1 wanted to hold on to their high ranking and they kicked off with a confident start over Kojonup 2, going on to win 53-35 in the end.

Broomehill kept their head strong in a contested match to beat Dumbleyung 1 42-31.

Te Taitonga 1 and Cardinals Force were separated by just a couple of goals throughout their match but Te Taitonga emerged narrow winners, 45-43.

B/C-grade had some interesting results, with Kojonup 3 putting their skills to the test against Te Taitonga 2 but going down 50-26.

Cardinals Phoenix proved they got what it takes to score a 41-29 against a growing Kojonup 4.

Allstars 3 and Cardinals Fever played out a heart-stopper and neither could get the better of each other, ending in a 36-all draw at the final whistle.

Olympians 2 and Olympians 3 had their derby game mid-week, with Olympians 2 snaring a 47-32 win.

Netball will resume again after the school holidays with a new set of fixtures for seniors.

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