Coleambally's Lady Blues' charity weekend finishes with well-earned victories.

The senior Netball girls donned the blue footy socks to help raise funds and awareness of MND, this activity was an initiative of AFL Riverina with all Clubs in the Farrer League taking part.

A Grade played a strong game all over the court to take the win from Temora.

Jemma Pound led the way with a great defensive game and was rewarded with the Umpire’s choice for best on court, while Lauren Pound shot consistently throughout the game and was voted Players’ Player.

The A Reserve side had yet another very close loss, going down by only twwo goals.

Tessa Evans was chosen and Coly’s best with Kristy Payne putting in another great effort through the centre court to be awarded the Player’s Player.

B Grade had a great game and even though they lost there was a vast improvement in their game.

Molly Harper played a strong game, being named as Coly’s best by the umpire’s and Kate Tupou was B Grade’s Player’s Player.

Ella Painting played well for C Grade and was awarded the Community Club’s voucher for best on with Kendra Wilson putting in a big effort to be voted the Brolga’s Player’s Player.

All three junior grades had good wins over the Temora Kangaroos on Saturday.

The Under 13s started the day with a 15-7 victory, with the girls combining well and showing improvement all over the court.

Eloise Jay continued her consistent game in shooting, with some determined defence coming from Charlotte Young.

Both girls were rewarded with the weekly awards for their efforts.

The youngest netball team had a terrific 34-6 win with the group of very enthusiastic players continuing to impress their coach.

Dusty Chirgwin and Maddie Perkins were the recipients of the weekly awards.

The under 15s were delighted with their unexpected win of 25-8.

All members positioned well and played with determination, Sally Foster took home the weekly award for her game in defence.

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