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Yarrawonga Netball

By Yarrawonga Chronicle

A Grade 

Yarrawonga 34 defeated by Corowa 46

A very warm day with a slightly different team than last year.

Welcome to Rebecca Carlyle in defense, and handy fill in Laura Davis. 

A very hard and fast game, both teams came out firing.  

By half time the Pigeons were slightly up, but that quickly changed in the third quarter with Corowa having a huge goaling run with a 17 goal quarter to Yarrawonga’s 6.

Defeated on the day by a strong Corowa Rutherglen side, it was great to see young players coming up through the ranks. 

Awards: Massage by Anon (Players player) Bec Carlyle; Burke’s Hotel (Coaches pick) Indi Frauenfelder; Mint Boutique award – Bec Carlyle.

B Grade

Yarrawonga 45 defeated Corowa 37

Another intense game with lots to prove from both sides.

Welcome back to new shooter Laura Gorman who had a great game and to talented fill-ins Paris Bonat and Abbey Jones.

The girls led at each change, with Corowa Rutherglen coming back in the third quarter, but just wasn’t enough in the end. 

Awards: Burke’s Hotel (Player’s player) - Laura Gorman; Bella Belle (Coaches pick) - Ellie Dickins; Mint Boutique award – Bridget Cassar.

C Grade

Yarrawonga 46 defeated Corowa 43

What a great game to watch, a fast-high energy game which saw the Pigeons collect their first win for the season.

New recruit Elle Brooks played C Grade this week, along with Leah Rowe who played her first Yarrawonga game.  

With a few injuries already, under 16 players Kyah Harvey and Eloise Lynch stepped up and did a great job.  

Also in the team this year is Georgia Lawless who played Under 16s last year.

The girls were even at three-quarter time. 

With Corowa Rutherglen missing a lot of goals in the last quarter and Yarra much more accurate, the Pigeons were able to increase their lead capitalizing with a win in the last.

Tayla Bogle playing defence had lots of intercepts. 

Awards: Bella Pelle (Player’s player) - Tayla Bogle; One Zach (Coaches pick) - Caitlin McNamara; Mint Boutique award – Tayla Bogle.

16 & Under

Yarrawonga 31 defeated by Corowa 40

A very close game all day saw Corowa Rutherglen have a large last quarter to come away with a win.

Lots to take away from their first game, the Pigeons new Under 16 side shows loads of potential.  

Some great passages of play and a great game to watch.

Awards: Intersport Wingates (Player’s player) Kyah Harvey; Golf Club voucher (Coaches pick) Chloe Wheaton.