Posted on Monday 14th May, 2018


Point Cook Blue have bragging rights over Point Cook Red after scoring a 37-goal win in Round 4 of the Victoria University WRFL Netball Competition.

Point Cook Blue came out firing in the opening half, scoring 26 goals and keeping their opposition to just four goals.

Holly Ellul and Jenna Goricanec worked well together in goals in the first half, before the team changed it up in the second half.

The positional changes didn’t diminish their lead, with the team scoring another 26 goals in the second half.

The final quarter was the most competitive, it was also Point Cook Red’s best, shooting nine goals.

The final score was 52 to 15.

As we head into the first bye of the season, Point Cook Blue sit in third position on the ladder, having won three of their first four matches. They boast the best percentage of the competition with 367%.

Point Cook Red are in eighth place on the ladder, with two wins and two losses.

The North Footscray Devils sit on top of the ladder after a comprehensive victory over Albion Cattaz.

The Devils shooters were dominant, scoring 16 goals in the first quarter, 16 in the second quarter 19 goals in the third and 19 goals in the final term.

Bronnee Loy was one of the best on court for the Devils, while the defenders also put in a clinical performance, keeping Albion Cattaz to just six goals for the game.

The final score was 70 to 6.

Spotswood scored its third win on Friday, defeating Sunshine by 12-goals.

Only three goals separated the two sides at the first change, however it was all Spotswood in the remaining three quarters, outscoring their opponents 35 to 26 thereafter.

Jane Matthews and Taylah Kiely shared the goal scoring. Mathews shot 21 goals, while Kiely scored 20.

Spotswood’s win cements their position in the top four as we head into the bye. For Sunshine, they are yet to register a win.

Braybrook Black are sitting in fifth position, with percentage separating fourth and fifth.

Braybrook Black defeated North Footscray Red Devils 30 to 20.

The Red Devils threatened a final quarter come-back, but the lead proved insurmountable, losing by 10 goals.

Albion bounced back from their narrow loss last week, defeating Glen Orden by 34 goals.

Albion’s win was set-up in the first half. They scored 31 goals to 13 over the first two quarters, giving them the perfect start.

Their defensive efforts were also impressive, keeping Glen Orden to just six goals in the second half.

Finally, Caroline Springs have decided to pull out of the competition. This resulted in Braybrook Red having the Bye.