White goal shooter Jazzy Spiller takes aim.
White goal shooter Jazzy Spiller takes aim.

Dark Blue side beat Red in finals

THE Dark Blue side beat Red to win the Hungry Jack’s junior A-grade final in Warwick netball on Saturday.

Rhianna Ross was shooter of the final, Leah Blakemore won the trophy for best in centre court and Emma Siebenhausen was the top defender.

In junior B, White beat Pink. Larissa Millard (shooter), Bec Lane (centre court) and Sophie Shadlow (defence) were players of the final.

Warwick Netball Association president Donna Carey said fun net (Kindy to Year 2) numbers were a record.

“We maintained numbers in other age groups this season,” she said.
 

Senior finals time

IN senior netball, Hazards and Western Healing play in the Danny Lyons Sports A-grade preliminary final tonight for the right to play Doorslammers in the September 13 grand final.

The O’Brien sisters, Jessica and Stephanie, both play for the Darling Downs Panthers and are also part of the Hazards club team. Jessica normally plays centre and Stephanie predominately goal attack.

Jessica Carey, Clare Donovan and Amanda Creed are three of the regulars. Donovan has been shooting well all season with Carey strong in centre court and Creed her reliable self in defence.

Carey is part of the Western Healing side which will rely heavily on defender Crystal Russell and the Johnson twins, Jess in defence and Katie, the shooter.

Preliminary finals were played last night in the Carey Brothers B and C grade competitions.

In B-grade, Rockets qualified for the grand final and will play the winner of the Tic Tacs and Panthers match. Ball Mawlers are in the C-grade grand final to play the winner of Huff N’ Puff and Dodgies.

All grand finals will be played on Monday at WIRAC with C-grade at 6pm, B-grade at 7pm and A-grade at 8pm.

The presentation dinner is on September 15 at the Condamine Sports Club. Tickets by calling Linda Bunch on 0407 734 380 or Carey on 0404 838 387.


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