There is a general by on 7 June, as Netball NSW Championships are conducted on the Queen’s Birthday weekend, round 9 will be held on 14 June. Kids Cancer Project Lithgow District Netball Association in conjunction with Netball NSW is participating in the annual Crazy Sock and Hair Day on Saturday 14 June (Round 9) to help raise funds for the Kids Cancer Project. This is a vital fundraiser day for this great organisation and we are asking all clubs/teams to get your thoughts together on what crazy sock theme your team can come up with. All we are asking is that everyone gives a gold coin donation on this fundraiser day. All monies collected will go directly the Kids Cancer Project for their valuable ongoing research and support for kids with cancer. Visit the Association’s website page for more information: www.lithgowna.nsw.netball.com.au
Junior Netball Results
Workies Mocking Jays v Workies Little Mix
Workies Little Mix worked hard in their game against Workies Mocking Jays to win 28 goals to 19 goals. Little Mix were in the lead at half-time and in the thirdquarter the play and scoring was even with the teams reacting to each others strenths and weaknesses. The understrength Mocking Jays were assisted by Callie and Fatith Capamolla who played up from Division 4 and performed strongly. Mocking Jays thank Belinda Trounce for undertaking the coaching duties on behalf of Jodie Cross.
Wang Warriors v Workies Fireworks
Workies Fireworks had a strong win over Wang Warriors winning 46 goals to 13 goals. For Fireworks, Elly Baxter took control with awesome shooting in cominbation with Sophie Quince and Cassidy Buck. Kate O’Sullivan movwed the ball well in the midcourt and Aemlia Ticehurst continues to develop her skills in her first year of netball. The Wang Warriors showed some good court play with with Imogen Sharp and Tahnee Lamborn working hard in the goal circle and Jasmine Hughes defending strongly.
Workies Dragonflies v Workies Monstars
Workies Monstars were the winners 16 goals to 8 goals in their game against the Workies Dragonflies. Monstars combined well as a team with Laura Ticehurst and Ava Healey strong in attack and Sarah Mantle showing good court position. Workies Dragonflies showed good passages of play with Maggie Muir shooting well and Brooke Harvey having a strong game in wing defence. Dragonflies thank Victoria Clutterham and Emma James for filling when the team was short of players.
Pink Panthers v Workies Kitty Kats
The Pink Panthers played well against the Workies Kitty Kats moving the ball to their goal circle on a number of occasions. While the Pink Panthers players are still settling in to their first season of competition netball they are learning their court positions and to intercept and defend. The Workies Kitty Kats players had a great game with Shelby McManus intercepting well, Ebony Pender playing well in defence and attack and Dakota Morcom shooting well.
Workies Diamonds v Wang Tigers
The game played between Workies Diamonds and Wang Tigers was played in great sportsmanship. The Wang Tigers are developing their skills with Olivia Perkins and Hannah Lambert breaking well to the ball and Hallie Bulkeley showing good court position in goal keeper. The Workies Diamonds are enjoying their second year of competitive netball and continue to improve. Emma James attacked strongly with Kiara Davies and Chloe Healey showing good court play.