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NETBALL: Round three of netball in St George was a great battle for the teams.
NETBALL: Round three of netball in St George was a great battle for the teams. Laura Telford

NETBALL: Round three in St George had the blood pumping, featuring some great competition between the players.

Starstruck dominated the Green Machine 44-28 - Best Attack: Danielle Dawn and Kaiamba Thurston.

All Blacks rose up against Chaffing the Dream 37-26 - Best Attack: Hayley Cochrane and Tess Worboys.

Shazam won over the Flyballers 34-28 - Best Defence: Bree Parkes and Kelly Whitaker.

Fierce took on the Queenbees and won 43-5 - Best Defence: Paige Clarke and Paige Sudholz.

Diamonds stole victory against the Diamond Divas 11-9 - Fairest Player: Jess Parkes and Emily Regan.

Tornados had a great victory over the Rafters 34-1 - Fairest Player: Bella Cubby and Kaitlin Sheedy.

Little Rascals won over the Firegirls 30-1 - Fairest Player: Maddie York and Emma Blanch.

NEXT WEEK'S FIXTURES:

Noon start:

Diamond Divas v The A Team. Umpires: Chaffing the Dream and All Blacks.

Rafters v Firegirls. Umpires: Green Machine and Starstruck.

Little Rascals v Magic. Umpires: One coach/ representative from each C2 team.

1.30pm start:

Green Machine v Chaffing the Dream. Umpires: Starstruck and All Blacks.

Netta:

Fierce v Shazam. Umpires: one from Flyballers and Queenbees, Starstruck and All Blacks.

3pm start:

Starstruck v All Blacks. Umpires: Green Machine and Chaffing the Dream.

Queenbees v Flyballers. Umpires: One from Shazam and Fierce, Green Machine and Chaffing the Dream.

Clean-up: Queenbees.

Bye: Diamonds, Tornados.

Shed duty: Fierce.

Home bake: Rafters.

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