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Mirboo North netball results

Results Round 9
A Grade
Mirboo North 68 d
Yinnar 48
Best: Jessie Holland, Dani Hilliar.
Awesome effort by all eight players! Great intensity and talk. Make sure we finish off the game pushing through all four quarters.
B Grade
Mirboo North 44 lt
Yinnar 50
Best: Steph St Ellen, Stacey Harriage.
A well contested game! We have really stepped up with our starts in the first quarter. Great pressure across the court by all players, the score did not reflect the tight contest. Let’s keep working and continuing to improve each week.
C Grade
Mirboo North 18 lt
Yinnar 39
Best: Tylah Wilkins, Jess Heath.
Bad luck girls, a very tough game to end the first half of the season. Let’s come home strong in the second half.
D Grade
Mirboo North 33 lt
Yinnar 40
Best: Haley Anderson, Kelly McCarthy
As awesome effort by all players! Welcome back Haley, we love having you on the court with us. Keep working hard at training girls and things will continue to come together.
Under 17
Mirboo North 25 lt
Yinnar 41
Best: Tylah Wilkins, Chloe Maxwell.
Some really impressive passages of play girls. You kept hard at it all day and should be proud of your efforts. Let’s make an effort to train hard and continue building on our game. Great job.
Under 15
Mirboo North 44 d
Yinnar 21
Best: Jaime Chila, Eryn Elger.
What a fantastic team effort! It was a slow start, but we finished strongly! Great to see things coming together on the court that we have been working on at training. Bring on the second half of the season.

United for the cause: the Tiger family all came together this weekend to support Haley and Laurie as they raise funds for the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea. The cause is close to their hearts after Haley was diagnosed with ovarian cancer recently. Everyone donned their ‘Headwear 4 Haley’ and Haley showed everyone how strong she is by taking the court on the weekend.

United for the cause: the Tiger family all came together this weekend to support Haley and Laurie as they raise funds for the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea. The cause is close to their hearts after Haley was diagnosed with ovarian cancer recently. Everyone donned their ‘Headwear 4 Haley’ and Haley showed everyone how strong she is by taking the court on the weekend.

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