The under 13s have shown a great deal of improvement since the last time they played Griffith Red. All members of the team are putting in a great deal of effort both at training and games days.
The junior netball teams were a little down on numbers on Saturday due to player unavailability.
That didn’t impact on the girls’ enthusiasm throughout the day though.
The under 11s all combined well together to win their game 11 to 6.
Great defence was provided by Ellenor Pretty and Charlotte Young.
Both girls worked tirelessly throughout the match and never let up for a second.
Ellenor was rewarded with the canteen voucher for her effective reading of the play.
Regan Cullen was a great help to the team.
She playing her first full game in under 11s this season, a great effort and a credit to her stamina.
The under 13s also won their game 17 to 9.
It wasn’t without some help from their fellow Blues club-mates.
With numbers low, two of the Under 11s – Charlotte Young and Michalla Bright – stepped up to ably assist the girls to a win.
This just goes to show the depth the club has in its junior ranks.
The under 13s have shown a great deal of improvement since the last time they played Griffith Red.
All members of the team are putting in a great deal of effort both at training and games days.
This is resulting in worthy wins. Giaan Cullen was given the weekly award for her effective game in the goal attack position.
The Under 15s weren’t so fortunate with its result.
They may not have won the game but they all played with a positive and determined manner.
Once again the depth of the club was shown in full force.
With numbers low, two of the under 13s backed up and each played a fantastic match.
The team would like to thank Millie Rossato and Giaan Cullen for helping out.
All girls played really well in their respective positions during the game. Natalia Burgess was awarded the canteen voucher for her improved passing into her shooters.