30 August, 2021
Wildcats finish fixture rounds on a high
Wildcats have finished the fixture rounds on a high, with six teams in finals contention and U10 Cubs and Pumas playing their final games this weekend.
Well done everyone and good luck for finals.
An elated Cadet Lynx team were ecstatic winning their final game and it was well deserved as they have fought hard all year, to finally have a win was uplifting.
Pittsworth Leopards saved our best for our last fixture game, and boy did we perform.
We came up against Saints Saturns and had a convincing win 30-6.
The girls came together as a team with impressive passing and movement up and down the court.
Our defenders Bridie, Amelia, Olivia and Harper made some incredible intercepts making it very difficult for the Saints.
Our attacking end with Milla, Aleisha and Ella showed everyone how well they really can shoot.
While all the girls played their best, at both ends of the court, Lucy stepped up and followed every instruction at both defending and attacking ends, it is wonderful to see such growth.
Very proud of you all.
We look forward to the finals.
Congratulations Cougars you have fought hard and it has paid off.
You have made it to the semi-finals.
All the hard work you’ve done in training and playing some excellent netball has put you third on the ladder.
Please family and friends come and support your daughters play this Saturday at 1pm to have a chance to play in the grand finals.
So proud of you all.
See you all Saturday.
Cadet A played strongly against Downlands and went down by three goals in the last couple of minutes of the game.
All girls played strongly for the whole game.
Player of the game was Jesse Koza who stood out at GK and took intercept after intercept.
She was well supported in defence by Jemimah Goebel and Catrin Bauld.
Players who took control of the centre court area were Aliviah Klein, Hannah Farrell, and Catherine Farrington.
They made sure the ball was delivered to the shooters under the post.
Shooters Keira Cousen and Kayleigh Townsend were mobile and accurate.
Semi-finals next week and the girls are looking forward to the pressure.