Royals and Cyclones race for senior division flag

Tristan WheelerManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Skylarks' Niamh Moloney prepares to shoulder pass the ball.
Camera IconSkylarks' Niamh Moloney prepares to shoulder pass the ball. Credit: Tristan Wheeler/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

Bridgetown Netball Association players took to the court for its round seven fixtures on September 1 and September 3.

Skylarks' Eva Henderson-Mott lines up her shot.
Camera IconSkylarks' Eva Henderson-Mott lines up her shot. Credit: Tristan Wheeler/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

Results in the senior division mean that only two teams remain in contention for the championship, league leaders Royals and second placed Cyclones.

Rockets’ Zane Uren tries to keep the ball in play.
Camera IconRockets’ Zane Uren tries to keep the ball in play. Credit: Tristan Wheeler/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

Royals sit on 12 points, four ahead of the Cyclones, but the lead could be cut two points if the Cyclones win next week, as the Royals are on a bye.

Rockets' Karla Steele lines up a shot at goal.
Camera IconRockets' Karla Steele lines up a shot at goal. Credit: Tristan Wheeler/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

In Junior A grade competition, the undefeated Jetz continued their winning streak, defeating the third placed Thunders 52 to 38, allowing the second placed Scallywags to open up a four-point gap over the Thunders.

Bluebirds' Charlie Clarks and Rockets' Karla Steele both get to the ball at the same time.
Camera IconBluebirds' Charlie Clarks and Rockets' Karla Steele both get to the ball at the same time. Credit: Tristan Wheeler/Manjimup-Bridgetown Times, Tristan Wheeler

The Skylarks are one win away from being crowned as Junior B grade champions after defeating the Tornadoes 37 to 9 this week.

Skylarks' Hayley Hester tries to find a teammate.
Camera IconSkylarks' Hayley Hester tries to find a teammate. Credit: Manjimup-Bridgetown Times

Results

Junior A

Scallywags d Galahs 55-36, Redbacks d Falcons 49-48,

Jetz d Thunders 52-38.

Junior B

Bluebirds d Rockets 11-5, Skylarks d Tornadoes 37-9.

Seniors

Royals d Aztecs 35-33.

Fairest and Best: Fern Brookes 3, Stella Introvigne 2, Dianne Roberts.

Cyclones d Rangers 57-27.

Fairest and Best: Bonnie Butler 3, Jasmine Clarke 2, Zoe North.

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