Bundaberg Flames division 1 opens player Natasha Cross in a game against Jimboomba.
Bundaberg Flames division 1 opens player Natasha Cross in a game against Jimboomba. Mike Knott

Jimboomba stays undefeated

DAPH Geddes Park was a hive of excitement as 1500 of the state’s best netballers rolled into Bundaberg to compete in the annual Feeling Good Country Carnival.

Jimboomba reigned supreme in the senior’s division one competition passing through the competition undefeated and finishing as overall winners.

Bundaberg Flames’ Under 15’s division two side claimed some glory for the host town beating Gold Coast Northern in a hard-fought final game to emerge as winners on 13 points.

Bundaberg Flames’ Under 16 claimed runner-up in the division one competition losing to South Port in the final game.

Bundaberg Netball Association president Shelley Naumann applauded the efforts of more than 400 volunteers who donated their time to ensuring the carnival ran smoothly.

“We’re thrilled to have hosted such a large-scale carnival and we hope it won’t be the last time Feeling Good Country comes to Bundaberg,” she said.



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