LADDER-LEADERS FLEX MUSCLES
All four ladder-leaders scored wins in Round 11 of the Victoria University WRFL Netball competition on Friday.
Point Cook Centrals Sharks in Division 1, Point Cook Centrals Hammerhead Sharks in Division 2, Braybrook Cowell in Division 3, and Wyndhamvale Falcons Gold in Division 4 all won their respective games, further enhancing their premiership credentials.
In Division 1, Point Cook Centrals Sharks’ winning streak is now at eight games.
Rebecca Hicks shot 28 goals in their 41-22 win over Braybrook Hawkins. Caitlin Twomey also played well.
Braybrook Whitten, who currently sit in second place, also scored a 42-28 win over Point Cook Centrals Great White Sharks.
Katarina Rebuffo, who played in the mid-court, provided plenty of run throughout the game and was among the best players in the match.
Point Cook Blue also won its second game of the season, defeating North Footscray She Devils 1 by 12 goals.
In Division 2, Point Cook Centrals Hammerhead Sharks won against Point Cook Red 39-25.
The Sharks were brilliantly led by Aimee James Braun and Hayley Kirby.
Braybrook Priest flexed their muscles in the second half of its match against North Footscray She Devils 2 to win by 11 goals.
Twenty-goals between Ally Evans and Sharnelle Hamilton in the second half helped Manor Lakes Storm 2 to their fourth win of the year. The dynamic duo were both excellent in the goal-ring.
It was the battle of Braybrook in Division 3, with Braybrook Cowell and Braybrook John going head-to-head.
Braybrook Cowell came out on top, winning 36-28.
Laverton Magpies Black scored a one-goal win over Sunshine Kangaroos. Laverton held-off a fast-finishing Sunshine team in the final quarter to hold on to win their second game.
The Kangaroos scored 10 goals to five in the final quarter, but it wasn’t enough to bridge the gap.
In other results, Point Cook Centrals Tiger Sharks defeated North Footscray She Devils 30-16 and Point Cook White won 30-25 against Albanvale.
Wyndhamvale Falcons Gold came from behind at half-time to defeat Glen Orden First National Hawks in Division 4. The final score was 29-23.
Aimee Strange and Liani Fononga played well.
Manor Lakes Lightning scored a one-goal win over Glen Orden Westwood Hawks and Sunshine Heights also defeated Laverton Magpies White 36-13.