Narrogin girls net WA champs title

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Narrogin Junior basketball Association’s under-14 girls.
Camera IconNarrogin Junior basketball Association’s under-14 girls. Credit: NJBA

Narrogin Junior Basketball Association’s under-14 girls took out the WA Country Championships division 3 title in Perth last weekend.

Narrogin went undefeated to finish on top of the ladder, knocking off second-placed Dongara, 30-23, in the final.

In the competition’s round robin, Narrogin cruised through, smashing Bindoon 52-9 in the opening fixture.

Margaret River and Esperance offered strong competition in the next two rounds, but fell 43-29 and 40-24 respectively.

Collie came the closest in the division to Narrogin, but lost 30-27.

Narrogin defeated Mandurah, 29-13, and Dongara, 40-28, to complete their round-robin matches.

Amelia Corasaniti was the competition’s highest scorer with 112 points, while Kaysha Riley and Sienna Lanciano both finished with 50 points in the campaign, equal sixth for the division.

Narrogin Junior Basketball Association’s under-15 girls side have come home with one win from the 2019 WA Country Championships.

Narrogin Junior Basketball Association’s under-15 side.
Camera IconNarrogin Junior Basketball Association’s under-15 side. Credit: NJBA

Narrogin defeated Mandurah in a tight 27-25 win in round five of the division 2 competition.

Australind went on to defeat Margaret River 27-14 in the final of the championships.

Narrogin Junior Basketball Association’s under-13 girls pulled of two wins in the WA Country Championships.

Narrogin’s under-13 girls team:
Camera IconNarrogin’s under-13 girls team: Credit: Pictures: NJBA, NJBA

Narrogin got the best of Mandurah, 19-15, in round one of the competition and Manjimup, 27-25, in round three. Collie got the best of Narrogin, 14-12, in round 2, Waroona was too strong in round 4, winning 28-12 while round 5 went to Margaret River, 21-10.

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