Coleambally played host to the Barellan Two Blues on Saturday in both Junior and Senior Netball.
The Coly A Grade put in an impressive display of Netball when they defeated Barellan 61 to 37.
Maddie Mannes led the way for her team and was chosen by the umpires as best on court while Grace Tooth playing her first ever A grade game was rewarded with the player's player mug for her outstanding effort in goals.
The A Reserve side had a slow start to the game but lifted to become competitive for the second half but weren't quite strong enough to take the win.
Jacquelyn Marks worked hard in defence and was voted player's player, with Sophie McGregor displaying improvement received the Club award.
The B grade side went down to the Two Blues in a game that didn't reflect the score.
The Coly girls playing their best game for the season to date, made their opponents work very hard for their victory. Laura Mannes was a standout for the Blues taking home both team awards.
The Coly C Grade girls tried hard but just couldn't match the strength of the Barellan side.
Emma Remeker played an effective game in the shooting circle and received both the Player's Player and Umpire's choice awards.
All junior sides had a fun day of Netball displaying great sportsmanship.