Port Augusta junior netball reports

VIKINGS: Under 13 Div 1 Vikings goal shooter Gemma Broadwood looks for a pass during her team's clash against Railways. Photo: Matt Carcich.
VIKINGS: Under 13 Div 1 Vikings goal shooter Gemma Broadwood looks for a pass during her team's clash against Railways. Photo: Matt Carcich.

The match of the day in Under 15’s Div 1 did not disappoint, with no quarter asked or given between Magpies and Shamrocks.

Shamrocks claimed a close two point win (23 – 21) in arguably one of the best junior matches of this season.

Best players for Shamrocks were Shauanna Hobbs, Sharmtaye Rehutai and Kasey Nielsen. 

Best players for Magpies were Rylee Berry, Molly Edwards and Raener L Miller.

St Joseph played a good four quarter game to finish 24-22 winners over Vikings.

Best players for St Josephs were Abby Whitaker, Indie Winton and Elle Henderson.

Quorn defeated Railways 31-24 as both St Joseph and Quorn finished the third round undefeated, with St Joseph Gold look the early favourites.

In under 15 Division 2 St Josephs Gold are the early pacesetters, their 34-16 win over Shamrocks being their second successive victory.

Magpies also made it two from two, getting the better of Vikings by 26-23.

Best players for Magpies were Kobie Brown, Kyla Pfitzner and Ella Zubrinich.

Vikings have started the Under 13’s Div 1 season like rockets, backing up their first 2 round success with a 43-14 win over Railways being very impressive. Best players for Vikings were Shalana Cox, Louise Hunter and Sophie Finch.

They are joined at the top of the tree by St Joseph’s who recorded an impressive 24-10 victory over Quorn.

Under 13 Div 2 Vikings ran out a good game to defeat Shamrocks 25-12 after sealing an early lead. 

St Josephs also racked up a second victory over Magpies that will have encouraged their supporters.

Under 13 Div 3 did not disappoint, with no quarter asked or given between Shamrocks and Vikings, and nothing separating the sides in a 12-all draw while Shamrocks Black defeated by Railways 13-31.

Under 11 Div 1 Railways played a valiant game, 30-19 over Vikings; St Joseph defeating Shamrocks in a well contested game.

Under 11 Div 2 tightly contested game saw Railways sneak a win from Vikings Green 10-6.

Vikings Blue defeated St Josephs 14-9 and in the final match Magpies played a terrific game to defeat Shamrocks 22-1. In Under 11 Div 3, another well contested competition, Magpies defeating St Joseph 11-8.

Shamrocks defeated Vikings 10-7 and St Joseph Blue defeated Quorn (3-11.

Under 11 Div 4 saw some great play this week, ultimately seeing Shamrocks defeat Railways 8-3 and what is another draw for the association this week Vikings and Mapies (2-2).

CLASH: Under 15 Div 1 St Joseph's centre Meg Grover and Railways centre Paris Thompson fight for the ball. Photo: Matt Carcich.

CLASH: Under 15 Div 1 St Joseph's centre Meg Grover and Railways centre Paris Thompson fight for the ball. Photo: Matt Carcich.

Learners with six teams in the division this week saw some very tight play as Magpies were defeated by St Joseph Gold 3-5, Shamrocks defeated by Vikings 5-1 and St Joseph Blue defeating Railways 20-0.