Glen Innes Netball: Young players proving to be an inspiration

Round 11 was a quiet one with a lot of players away or suffering from winter illnesses.

In the Junior Division Magpies were too strong for Fever winning 4-0.  

Talented young players Louisa Beatty and Sophie Watt were awarded Most Valuable Players and continue to inspire our youngest players.

In the other junior game, Vixens defeated Firebirds 17-3.  Most Valuable Players went to Alex Wright and Ava Grob, who is really getting involved in the game and improving each week.

The Intermediate Division saw Giants fight hard to beat Thunderbirds 24-13.  

Molly Anderson was outstanding at wing defence for the Giants, and she was judged to be the Most Valuable Player, while Charli Lynn shot well and also competed well in mid court.

She took out the MVP award for her team.

Lightning were too strong for Swifts winning 26-15.

The Most Valuable Players were Bridie Williamson and Courtney Mcquire who provided strong defence throughout the game.

Collingwood asserted their position in the Open Division narrowly going down to Victorious Secret 27-32.

Annaleese fought hard in defence and was awarded the MVP along with Charlie Smith who impressed all with her speed in centre court.

Panel and Paint narrowly defeated CRT in a close game 25-21.

Kristine Williamson was awarded MVP for accurate work in the shooting circle despite some tough defence along with Summer Carpenter who also shot accurately.

Winter illness took its toll on the weekend.

Winter illness took its toll on the weekend.