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Kalangadoo hosts Mount Burr this weekend in what is set to be the match of the round.

After a well fought battle in round 5 the Mozzies will be looking to redeem themselves and will bring the fight to the Magpies.

Mount Burr’s Ebony Clark is a focal point in the goal circle and will be fed with accuracy from Meg Fennell and Laura Schultz.

Kalangadoo defenders Lauren Kain and Reanna Wetherall will combine well to force errors into the circle and pick off any loose balls.

Down the other end of the court Magpies Kori Collins and Abbey Duncan are incredibly accurate in the circle, and Mount Burr’s Madi Haggett and Olivia Dean will have to work hard to curb their influence.

This match is set to be another close one, with either team able to come away with the win.


Glencoe v Tantanoola


After a close game against Hatherleigh last weekend Tantanoola will be heading into Saturday’s game against Glencoe with fire in their bellies.

The Murphies Jenna Paproth and Malinda Markiewicz combine well and shoot with accuracy in the goal circle.

However, Tantanoola’s Kate Bromley and Tayla Rowe will force turnovers and secure any possible loose balls.

Donna Jaeschke’s ability to move the ball seamlessly down the court will benefit the Murphies and will be a hard one to stop.

Emma Gould and Jami Walker’s shooting and moving within the circle, and their feeding from Casey Walker on the circle will make it hard for Glencoe’s defenders to get any turnovers.

However, Sarah Edwards and Chantelle Cocks are skilled at creating pressure and forcing mistakes from their opposition.

After a tough game, Glencoe will come away with the points again, but the Tigers are not going to go down without a fight.


Kongorong v Robe


Kongorong host Robe on Saturday when the Mid South Eastern Netball Association hits courts once again this Saturday for round 14.

Tilah Buckingham’s height makes it easy for Kate Wright and Tori McIntyre to feed the ball from outside the circle.

At the other end Robe’s Halle Carter has stepped into the goal circle and is shooting with accuracy alongside Sarah Laurie.

Emma Grant and Ellen Ramke work tirelessly in the defensive circle for the Roosters and will make Buckingham and Evie Sealey earn every goal.

Down the other end of the court Riley Buckingham and Emily Lightbody will keep the pressure on for Robe’s goalies, doing their best to shut down any scoring opportunities.

Despite a strong fight from Kongorong the Roosters should come away with the win.


Port MacDonnell v Nangwarry

Nangwarry heads down to the Bay for a wet game on Saturday.

The Demons will be looking to increase their percentage with another good win.

Kirby Carrison and Toni Gilmore move well together in the goal circle and are both accurate shooters, meaning the Saints’ defenders Shannon Higgins and Carly Ploenges will have to work overtime to shut down any passes into the circle and limit scoring opportunities.

The tussle between Liza Mutch and Ebony Lawson through the midcourt will be one to watch.

Port MacDonnell’s Jess Lynch will have to work hard to shut down the drive from Kylie Heaver onto the circle for the Saints, to help the Demons finish the game with the points.

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