Naracoorte v Kybybolite
In Round 10 of the Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Netball Association season Kybybolite got the premiership points in an eight-goal win on Saturday against Naracoorte.
Action was tight in the first quarter with both sides trading goals, but it was the Tigers that held the upper hand at the first change.
Naracoorte did put up some resistance in the second trying to narrow the gap, but Kybybolite accelerated towards the main break and held on to a slender lead. But the Demons outscored the Tigers in the third quarter by one goal in a deep effort to close the margin.
In the final term Kybybolite responded and cruised home to take the win by eight goals.
Belinda Sinclair and Lucy Henschke were the best for the Demons while Erin Ewer and Gorgia Sealey got the honours for the Tigers.
Padthaway v Border Districts
The Lions played host to the Hawks and went down by 30 goals in a brilliant display of netball from Border Districts.
The Hawks got out of the blocks straight away with a blistering 16-7 first quarter and was never challenged after that.
To Padthaway’s credit it never gave up throughout the four quarters and made some inroads on the scoreboard.
The Lions’ Kaitlyn Ward had a good day shooting 25 goals but it was not enough to stop the Hawks.
For the victors Emma Hausler and Annabel Mould were the best, while the Lions named Lauren Edwards and Hannah Grady as key players.
Mundulla v Keith
In a tight contest between Mundulla and Keith it was the Crows that flew high on this occasion, securing the win by a mere two goals.
Keith led at the first break with a four-goal buffer, but a fightback from the Tigers in the second quarter levelled the scores.
Both sides battled hard in the third term and it was the Crows who went into the final break with a four-goal lead.
Mundulla clawed its way back in the last term outscoring Keith in a mighty effort, but the Crows had done enough work to claim the win by two goals.
Danielle Wiese and Asha Modra battled hard for the Tigers while Stephanie Lubcke and Jess Smart worked tirelessly for the Crows.
Lucindale V Penola
The Roos welcomed the Eagles to their home court in round 10 and it was Lucindale that ran away with a solid win by 16 goals.
Both sides were neck-and-neck at the first break with only one goal separating them with the scoreboard favouring Lucindale.
The Roos got their skates on in the second quarter, doubling the Eagles’ score to enjoy a six-goal lead at the major break.
The relentless pressure from Lucindale was on display in the last two quarters as it piled on 23 goals to Penola’s 13.
Ashley Earl shot 15 goals for the Eagles with April Possingham and Brooke Klemm in support as the best, while Holly Ogilvie and Nicole Hocking pushed the Roos to victory.