Sport

Yarrawonga Netball

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May 16, 2018

Lauren Mulquiney gets a pass away.

Steph Tyrell was Yarrawonga’s highest goal scorer with 27.

A Grade
Yarrawonga 51 defeated Myrtleford 41.
With Yarrawonga sitting just out of the 5 in 6th position and Myrtleford sitting in 9th and both clubs promoting the youth available to them, this game was there for the taking.
The Pigeons welcoming Tilly Kennedy and Steph Tyrell into the side they were in for some great netball. Myrtleford came out firing and took the first quarter with a 4-goal lead.
They knew they could do better and they did in the second quarter outscoring Myrtleford 14 goals to 11, to be down by 1 goal at the main break.
The premiership quarter there for the taking, Myrtleford at the 10-minute mark were up by 3 goals.
Our girls then kicked into gear and took the quarter away with finishing with a 4-goal lead at the break, that was a 13 goal to 8 quarter.
The last quarter seemed to be a formality for our senior players and they extended their lead to finish the game with a 10-goal win.
Best players Indi Frauenfelder & Ange Tyrell. Goals Steph Tyrell 27, Ange Tyrell 20 & Indi Frauenfelder 4.

B Grade
Yarrawonga 37 defeated by Myrtleford 41.
A close game was always going to be on the cards.
The first quarter saw Myrtleford play some good netball to be up by 5 goals.
The second quarter saw Yarra’s girls gain some ground on Myrtleford and have more winners around the court, bringing the deficit down to 4 goals at half time.
The third quarter saw Myrtleford step up the pace and take their lead out to 8 goals at the end of the quarter.
The last quarter could have been the Pigeons but some inaccurate passing cost us, but the girls fought back and showed that when they are all playing together they are a force to contend with.
Best Laura Zanin & Lauren Mulquiney. Goals Tayla Bogle 31, Lauren Mulquiney 6.


C Grade
Yarrawonga 36 defeated Myrtleford 30.
The Pigeon girls are travelling well at the moment sitting in second spot on the ladder, things are going well for this great bunch of girls.
The first quarter finished the same as it started, scores even at 9 each.
The second quarter saw the Pigeons girls put their foot down and show why they have that ladder position and took a firm hold of the game to have a 6-goal lead at half time.
The third quarter was similar to the second with our girls gaining an extra goal and leading by 7 goals after the premiership quarter.
The last quarter saw Myrtleford make a change and bring on a Toni Wilson Medalist in Lindy Singleton, but all to no avail as the Pigeons held their lead and took the game with a 6 goal lead at the final whistle.
Best: Stef Kennedy & Abbey Hemphill. Goals: Ellie Dickins 30 & Maddie Kennedy 6.


U16’s
Yarrawonga 51 defeated Myrtleford 22.
The Myrtleford Saints only 2 spots below Yarrawonga on the ladder the game was destined to be a close one.
Welcoming back Eliza York was a big inclusion for the young Pigeons girls.
The first quarter was close with Yarrawonga taking a 4-goal lead into the first break.
The second quarter started very differently and our girl’s superior fitness outshone the Saints and they were left in our wake.
The Yarra girls outscored them 14 to 5 in this quarter.
The third quarter was a repeat of the second and our girls once again outscored Myrtleford 17 to 6.
The last quarter was a simple formality and the young girls showed that they are a force.
The final whistle showed a 29 goal win, well done.
Best Players: Tess Byrne and Suzie Levesque. Goals: Eliza York 38, Abbey Chapman 8 & Georgia Kennedy 5.

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