HFNL Weekly Netball Wrap: Round 12

HFNL Weekly Netball Wrap: Round 12

7th July 2023

Results from Round 11

Koroit never looked threatened taking an early lead in their clash against Portland, going on to win 58 – 29.  Nell Mitchell scored 46 of her team’s 58 goals.  After a very tight first half, Cobden broke away from the Kangaroos in the third quarter taking an 11 goal lead into the final break.  Eventually winning by 12, Sarah Moroney for the Bombers, had an outstanding game in defence and Madsie Phillips was Kangaroo’s best..  South Warrnambool easily accounted for Camperdown with Hollie Phillips adding 52 goals to her year’s tally.  Elsie Sinnott had a great game for the Magpies.  North Warrnambool fought hard to shake off a determined Terang Mortlake.  Eboni Knights had a great game and contributed 36 goals for the Bloods while Maisie Barlow’s workrate in the defensive circle for the Eagles limited scoring opportunities for the bloods.  North won the game 66 – 51.  Port Fairy were defeated by 21 goals when they played Warrnambool.  The seagulls were very competitive for the first three quarters and were still in the game at ¾ time.  The blues broke away in the last quarter and had a comfortable 21 goal win.

Milestone Games

Congratulations to Hayley Sherlock who will play her 250th Club Game this weekend for the Hamilton Kangaroos.  That’s a fantastic effort and we wish Hayley a great game this weekend when they take on the Portland Tigers.

Umpire Accreditation 

Congratulations to Stephanie Wiffen from the Terang Mortlake FNC who was awarded her C Badge Accreditation recently.  Stephanie has returned to umpiring this season and has stepped up to umpire some of the Senior grades for both Terang Mortlake and Camperdown.  Congratulations Stephanie and we look forward to seeing you develop your umpiring skills in the coming games.

My predictions for this Week

North Warrnambool should have a comfortable win over Camperdown.  Hamilton Kangaroos will be determined to get a win over Portland to keep themselves in the hunt for a finals berth.  Koroit should easily account for Port Fairy.  South Warrnambool won’t have any trouble accounting for Warrnambool and coming off a break, Cobden will be keen to find some momentum and get the points when they take on Terang Mortlake.

Good Luck to all teams competing this weekend.

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