Mundulla v Penola
In round 9 of the Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Netball Association season the Tigers claimed the chocolates over the Eagles with a close one goal win.
Penola led the contest at quarter time by three goals and maintained control at the main break to enter the second half of the match confident of glory.
But the fight of Kybybolite was on display with the side taking a one goal lead into the final change to outscore the Eagles in the last term to steal the premiership points.
Chantelle Fromm shot 20 goals and Kellsey Hinge 23 goals to guide the Tigers over the line, while Maddy Teakle and Ashley Earl gave it their all for the Eagles.
Padthaway v Bordertown
The Lions played host to the Roosters at home and did not even challenge the might of Bordertown in this game.
Scoring was slow for Padthaway in the first quarter before increasing the tempo in the second, but fell away as the game progressed.
Bordertown enjoyed a solid four quarters across the game with even scoring, running away with a 31 goal win.
Lauren Edwards and Casey McElroy were best for the Lions and supported Kaitlyn Ward’s 26 goals, while Alex Langley and Lucy Murch stood out for the winners.
Kybybolite v Border Districts
In a tight contest it was the Hawks that flew high above their Tigers opposition by a mere one goal.
Border Districts held the upper hand in the first quarter and went into the break with the lead, but in the second quarter both sides were tied 14 apiece.
The Hawks put the foot down in the third taking a five-goal lead into the last change and despite the Tigers roaring back in the last to outscore the visitors it was not enough to get the side over the line.
Amelia Nolan and Emma Hausler were the leading lights behind the Border Districts win.
Naracoorte v Lucindale
Agreat game was had by the Roos in a 22-goal win over the Demons on their home court.
Lucindale got out of the blocks early and made every goal count when the opportunitie presented, holding an eight-goal buffer at the first change.
Naracoorte held its own in the second and outscored the Roos by two goals to close the gap at the main break.
It was an even score from both sides in the second half but Lucindale was strong enough to hold on for the win.