Junee netballers shine in bleak gala day conditions

Nanjing Night Net

WET AND COLD: The Storm and Panthers still played strong despite the awful winter weather during the gala day at the weekend. Picture: Contributed

GEO Gems continue on their way to a hopeful finals birth with a win against Marian Tigers 15 to 4. Lara Drum and Charlotte Dendy played strong with some great efforts from Rory Rowett, Ellie Baldock and Mia Phillips in support.Claire Herbert and Trinity Johns were a tower of strength and with help from Lilly Passlow and Ali Corbett Gems took control early.

Stars had a win this weekend with Uranquinty Diamonds forfeiting.

GEO Storm played Panthers and were rewarded with a 30-all draw. B Grade has not giventhe girls much to enjoy, but coming up against a team of similar size and ability Storm played with smiles. Miranda McLaughlin continues to lead on every centre pass with Elise Drum.Fran Heffernan and Emily Drum were solid in defence with Madison Harpley and SArah Stevens back on target in goal. Hayley Stevens caused her usual havoc in the centre.

SUCCESS: The winning division 2 under 16 gala day team. Picture: Contributed

GALA DAYJUNEE headed to Wagga Sunday morning in the rain, sleet and windwith a mixed bag of players. Brooke Harpley, Emily Churchill, Skye Pennington, Kate Officer, Sarah Stevens, Miranda McLaughlin, Zara Hamilton, Madi Harpley and Hayley Stevens for Wagga’s annual Cartridge World Gala Day.

The girls played in Division 2 16 years and were strong coming away with five wins and twodraws.The girls were awarded medals for winning their division.

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