The Coleambally Netball experienced their most successful results so far for the 2019 season, when they played Marrar on the weekend here at Coleambally.
Fluent play all over the court allowed the A Grade to gain a convincing 30 goal win. Tessa Evans was voted the Strathmerton Drilling Player's Player mug for her accuracy in goals while Lauren Pound was presented with the Brolga Voucher for outstanding play in the goal attack position.
The A Reserve side played their closest game to date with a 39 all draw, all girls put in a great effort fighting to the end.
Josephine Guymer played an effective game in goal attack while Sophie McGregor was rewarded for her over all improvement taking home both the Brolga Voucher and the Pound Farming Player's Player mug.
The B Grade members were very excited to gain their first win for the season taking the win 43 to 34. The Coly girls led for the entire game with all members playing their positions with purpose.
Jess McDonell was once again dynamic through the centre court and was chosen as best on court. Molly Harper shot well with Danielle Mannes feeding her shooters efficiently from WA, both players were given the Coly Community Bank Player's Player award.
The C grade game was a scrappy affair causing difficulty for the Coly girls. Emma Reneker tried hard in Goal attack shooting some spectacular goals, while Natalia Burgess was awarded the Hi Trac Equipment Player's Player award for her effort in the mid court.
The next round will be played at Coleambally against CSU. Meanwhile the juniors will take on Leeton also in Coleambally.