Glen Innes Netball: Giants beat Lightning in a thriller on the weekend.

It was a magical winter’s day on Saturday with some enthusiastic NetSetGo girls taking to the court and Clare Bailey a real standout in the warm-up drills.  

In the Junior Division, Magpies were just too strong for Firebirds defeating them 4-0 with Most Valuable Players awarded to Livina Whyte and Phoebe Vimpany.

The Vixens are proving a handful for rivals and again asserted their dominance with a 34-1 win over Fever.  

Most Valuable Players were Edith Newberry and Sophie Watt who gave her all for her team.

In the Intermediate Division, Swifts defeated Thunderbirds 22-7 with Summer Cooper and Charlotte Cameron in outstanding form and picking up the MVPs.  

It was a very close and tough game for the Lightning going down to the Giants 20-19 in a nail-biter.

MVP’s went to Emma McGrath and Caitlin Roe.

Collingwood were outstanding in their Open Division win over CRT showing their continued improvement and taking out the match 19-17 in another thrilling encounter.  

Most Valuable Players were awarded to the exceptional defenders from both teams, Sara and Bridgitte Beatty.  

Panel and Paint shot well and completed most turnovers in an impressive performance proving too strong for Tavern and winning 34-22.  

MVPs were awarded to Kristin Lynn and Nicole Griffiths.  

Congratulations to our Junior Umpires for their commitment to the game and willingness to learn. There was a big improvement seen on Saturday following a mid-week umpiring course. 

Our junior umpires benefited from a training course last week.

Our junior umpires benefited from a training course last week.