PANTHERS (39-28) L
Player of the match: Rebecca Miller & Ra Everitt
TIGERS (32-34) L
Player of the match: Matilda De Kantzow
PUMAS (34-32) W
Player of the match: Everyone!
COUGARS (21-27) L
Player of the match: Mary King
LEOPARDS (18-21) L
Player of the match: Maddie Eckert
WILDCATS (23-21) W
Player of the match: Megan Prideaux
Wildcats came out with confidence in the first quarter. Our opponents were feisty with some underhand tactics and we quickly realised that this wasn't going to be as easy as we had thought. Nevertheless, we held our own and played a solid game, coming away with a nice lead after the first quarter. Into the second, we began to make mistakes and their defence began to take possession from our balls. They managed to catch up - making the score equal at one point. However, we continued our quest and didn't give up, with some good balls around the centre court towards the circle. We managed to hold on to our lead and in a nail biting last quarter, successfully came away with the win. A shout out to our defenders, who defended tirelessly throughout, particularly our MVP Meg.
JAGUARS (30-40) L
Player of the match: Vera Coetsee, Ally Lai, Jasmine Brian-Boys
CHEETAHS (20-15) W
Player of the match: Clair Best and Sigrid Balle
LIONS (23-19) W
Player of the match: Tracey Vovers
Lynx (15-11) W
Player of the match: Sarah Mends
This was one of Lynx' toughest games yet. Credit to HKS Highlanders for the skill and energy of their entire team, particularly around the opposing goal circle, making this a very close and exciting match. Lynx, however, remained undefeated for the ninth week running, taking home a 15 - 11 victory and firmly securing their place in the semis. Proudly finishing first place on the score table is testimony to great coaching and the Team's effort and commitment throughout the season. This week's MVP is Sarah Mends for consistent support and reliability as Centre in both defense and attack.
Valley RFC Netball Committee