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Te Taitonga unbeaten after first three rounds in top division of Katanning Netball Association

Tina Briscoe Great Southern Herald
Kojonup1's Angie Humphris defending ball about to be shot by Olympians1's Sophie Wolfe.
Camera IconKojonup1's Angie Humphris defending ball about to be shot by Olympians1's Sophie Wolfe. Credit: Tina Briscoe

Cool conditions greeted players for round three of the Katanning Netball Association on Saturday.

The NetSet kids started off the morning with a mini-game in their amazing little uniforms.

All the hard work paid off from the Kojonup Carnival the week before, as this week the kids played with skills up their sleeves and scoring goals one after another.

Cardinals Phoenix's defence player Imogen Froby throwing the ball from a rebound against Addison O'Neill from Cardinals Fever.
Camera IconCardinals Phoenix's defence player Imogen Froby throwing the ball from a rebound against Addison O'Neill from Cardinals Fever. Credit: Tina Briscoe

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Juniors have increased a level of pace in just two rounds and seniors are starting to find their feet with only five more rounds left until the grades are split for finals.

In A/A-reserve grade, Olympians 1 and Kojonup 1 played out an epic.

Kojonup 1 were too strong till the very end but Olympians 1 challenged them late, going down by only four goals at the final whistle, 40-44.

Te Taitonga 1 played an extremely hard game against Allstars 2 and were victorious by a healthy margin but officially Te Taitonga won the contest 15-0 on a forfeit.

Broomehill and Kojonup 2 was the game of the round, little separating the pair but Broomehill came out tight winners 33-32.

Cardinals Force scored their first win for the season over Dumbleyung 1, 44-35.

It was a derby day for the Cardinals club in B/C-grade.

Cardinals Phoenix were no match for Cardinals Fever who came away with a comprehensive 63-34 victory.

Dumbleyung 2 notched a win over Kojonup 4 in a strong match that was decided by a single goal, 17-16.

Te Taitonga 2 matched Olympians 2 early on but the latter proved too strong in the end to win 48- 31.

Allstars 3 are unbeaten after three rounds despite a strong challenge from Kojonup 3. A late surge guided Allstars 3 to another win, 34-25.

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