BROTHERS v ATW: Brothers Hurricanes' Michelle Wegner playing Across the Waves Gold at Bundaberg Super Park on Saturday, 2 May 2015. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail
BROTHERS v ATW: Brothers Hurricanes' Michelle Wegner playing Across the Waves Gold at Bundaberg Super Park on Saturday, 2 May 2015. Photo: Max Fleet / NewsMail Max Fleet

Teams couldn’t be split in a day of top-quality netball

It was another exciting afternoon down at the Bundaberg Netball Complex where the scores in both games were identical being 44-29.

In Division 1, the ATW Gold v Brothers Hurricanes game, it was a tight, quick moving game with neither team willing to give an inch.

ATW Gold seemed to get more possession of the ball which led to them having more attempts at goal, however the Brothers defenders were not making it easy for them.

There are quite a few younger players in the ATW Gold team - Maddy Hard, McKenzie Mott, Laura Collins, Emma O'Beirne and Emily Pettis - who have not played in a Div 1 team previously but this didn't seem to worry them and they all worked well together and took control.In the Alloway 1 and Blazers Luxfield game, it was another quick moving game between two strong teams.

From the start, the Alloway shooters in Krystal Aslin and Lauren Segon took control of the game with nearly 90% accuracy in their shooting in the first quarter.

Aslin and Segon worked the circle like old professionals throughout the game but were certainly made to work hard as the Blazers defence in Tearnee Morrice, Haley Cassady and Kirsty Beer were determined to get possession of the ball.

The frustrations by both teams started to show in the final quarter but it was Alloway 1 who took out the game 44-29.



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