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KNA 2024: League embraced Wednesday and Saturday fixtures for association championships bye

Tina BriscoeGreat Southern Herald
Allstars 1’s Caroline Miniter shooting against Te Taitonga 1’s Selina Terry.
Camera IconAllstars 1’s Caroline Miniter shooting against Te Taitonga 1’s Selina Terry. Credit: Tina Briscoe

The Katanning Netball Association competition this week consisted of two rounds for seniors including a midweek Wednesday night game.

Kojonup had two derby games at home in division A1 and A3 with Kojonup 1 slamming Kojonup 2 in a fun, high-paced game.

In A3 Kojonup 3 defeated their sister team Kojonup 4, 46-23.

Back in Katanning, A1 showcased an almighty game between Cardinals Force and Olympians 1 in such a close goal-by-goal contest the whole way, but it was Cardinals who punched through sinking two goals to notch the 39-37 win.

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Allstars 1 entered the court with their foot straight down against Te Taitonga 1.

Broomehill against Olympians 2.
Camera IconBroomehill against Olympians 2. Credit: Tina Briscoe

With a clear vision, Allstars 1 ran away with a whopping 77-30 win.

A2 had a massive game between Allstars 2 and Te Taitonga 2 who were both hungry for the win and Allstars 2 won by three goals, 43-40.

Dumbleyung struggled a bit against Cardinals Fever however they pulled themselves together to score a steady 37-31 victory.

Broomehill remained undefeated, against Olympians 2, keeping it double the pace winning 50-25.

In A3, Cardinals Phoenix notched their second win of the season with Te Taitonga 3 right behind, 35-30.

Saturday was an all-day event as usual.

Net Set kicked off, a vibrant bunch of little kids.

Go junior had more skills and team bonding happening than ever.

Dumbleyung's Brie Jackson shooting against Cardinals' Bronte Daddow
Camera IconDumbleyung's Brie Jackson shooting against Cardinals' Bronte Daddow Credit: Tina Briscoe

In juniors Nutrien Firebirds had a win over Kojonup Emeralds, 32-17.

NAB Lightning kept Kojonup Sapphires close to their sister team, 36-24.

QFH Vixens had a close game but managed to hold a nice buffer against ANZ Swifts, 35-24.

A1 had Olympians 1 net their first win against Kojonup 2 with a 65-29 triumph.

Allstars 1 had a rusty game against Cardinals Force.

Cardinals were unable to keep up with the pace and Allstars 1 scored a good win 49-30.

Allstars 1s Jodelle Bolton against Te Taitonga.
Camera IconAllstars 1s Jodelle Bolton against Te Taitonga. Credit: Tina Briscoe

Te Taitonga 1 had a hard game against Kojonup 1.

Trying to get to the top of the ladder, Kojonup 1 did not let anything stop them, prevailing 54-30.

A2 had Allstars 2 up against Cardinals Fever.

Allstars 2 kept the wins coming and ended with a 32-20 result.

Broomehill found their toughest opponent yet with Te Taitonga 2 determined to rattle the undefeated team. But Broomehill got away with the win, 45-35.

Olympians 2 had no chance with Dumbleyung.

Dumblyung held in there strong, not allowing Olympians 2 a decent chance to win 55-27.

In A3, Kojonup 4 had a strong game against Te Taitonga 3, doubling their opponents’ score to win 48-24.

Cardinals Phoenix had were victorious over Allstars 3 after enjoying a healthy 41-31 victory.

There will be no netball in Katanning over this long weekend.

KNA development teams will be playing in Perth in the association championships.

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