Mix of talent, experience the right formula

The A1 side has been travelling well in recent weeks, having had a couple of good wins, including knocking off the top team Hummocks.

Hopefully they can use the confidence they have gained as a team and continue this form into the finals.

Sadly, they will be missing one of their defenders for the rest of the season. Thanks for a great first season in A1 and all the best, Jamie.

The A2s continue to play at a very high standard with good wins over the past few weeks.

They have had a few injuries but their versatile team has been able to cover this and still come away with a good win.

They look forward to playing Mallala in a few weeks to try and secure top spot.

The A3s have really dominated their grade with some great wins over the last couple of weeks.

Their mix of upcoming talent and experienced netball heads has proven to be the perfect formula.

They have had some help from a few A4 players recently due to absences, who have slotted into the team and played really well.

Now they just need to keep up this form coming into finals.

The A4s continue to blow the opposition away with some massive wins recorded over the past few weeks.

Their mix of experience and talented youth is also proving to be the right formula.

They also have a very versatile team, which has proven handy when a few girls have had weeks off.

I’m sure the girls will work hard to stay focused and continue their winning form for the rest of the season.

The A5 home team has online slots improved greatly throughout the season.

Their team has changed around a bit also due to absences and injuries.

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They recently recorded a big win over the Two Wells A5 away team, who had been undefeated up until that point.

With this win they evened up the head to head score to now be one win apiece.

I’m sure they will work hard to keep improving coming into the finals.

The A5 away girls have also recorded some good wins over the past few weeks.

They had a slight re-check match against the A5 home team, but they came out of it motivated to improve.

The girls had a great Friday night match against Hamley Bridge recently, with the bonus of having the bar open.

Thanks to Bugs for cooking the yiros!

We are a really excited about the business end of the season.

We have a big chance to get a few premierships if we play our cards right.

I’m sure we will all be bringing our ‘A game’ on Saturdays and training hard to give us the best opportunity to do well.

Netball Umpiring her first game at the Under 10 Two Wells V Balaklava match on July 19 was Jess Romeo 0010

Go Roosters!

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