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ON COURT: The Firebirds went head to head with the Rafters at the weekend.
ON COURT: The Firebirds went head to head with the Rafters at the weekend. Laura Telford

Netball Players were strong on Saturday in the weekly competition, with girls of all ages enjoying the afternoon sporting action.

Results: Rafters were victorious over the Firegirls 13-2; Best Defence: Annabelle Rogan and Lilly Wilson

Magic went down to the Little Rascals 5-17; Best Defence: Penny Wilkinson and Felicity Goldthorpe

Diamond Divas dominated The A Team 39-4; Best Defence: Hallie Webster and Elsy Rudd

Shazam lost to Fierce 11-51; Best Attack: Courtney Bosher and Bree Parkes

Queenbees didn't rise to the Flyballers going down 16- 34; Best Attack: Brushanna McLaughlin and Jennifer Woodbridge

Green Machine took out the win against Chaffing the Dream 49-35; Fairest Player: Joelean Troutman and Claire Armstrong

In a close game Starstruck lost to the All Blacks 35-37; Fairest Player: Lisa Anderson and Haylee Cochrane

Fixtures for next week:

Noon

The A Team V Diamonds: Umpires: Green Machine & Starstruck

Magic V Rafters: Umpires: All Blacks & Chaffing the Dream

Tornados V Firegirls: Umpires: 1 x Coach/Representative from each C2 Team

1.30pm

Chaffing the Dream V Starstruck: Umpires: All Blacks & Green Machine

Netta

Flyballers V Fierce: Umpires: 1 x Queenbees & Shazam, All Blacks & Green Machine

3.00pm

All Blacks V Green Machine: Umpires: Starstruck & Chaffing the Dream

Shazam V Queenbees: Umpires: 1 x Flyballers & Fierce, Starstruck & Chaffing the Dream

Clean Up: Shazam

Bye Teams: Diamond Divas and Little Rascals

Shed Duty: Queenbees

Homebake: Tornados

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