Premier Division



SAINT Security got a solid win over Bay Fencing who now sit a place and eight points below them in the table in sixth.

Both teams made a strong start as the Bay C, Hayley Stanton, fed well into the circle where GS, Emily Park, was waiting to convert.

Saint’s attackers matched their efforts as the Saints finished the quarter only one goal ahead.

Saint upped their game, with some amazing interceptions from GD, Lauren Banks.

The score-line levelled out as Saint’s C, Sarah Coarman, dominated the midcourt in the third quarter as some excellent play saw Saints take the lead going into the final quarter.

Saint’s defenders worked hard in the D to maintain their team’s lead, proving a challenge for Bay, who nevertheless continued their determined play as they emerged victorious.

Division One:



GW Electrical narrowed the gap to first place down to one point with a good victory over Gungho Marketing.

The game began at a fast pace as Gungho’s persistent attack fought against GW’s defence who made the most of interceptions to end the quarter a goal ahead.

Both teams worked hard to gain possession as Gungho managed to carve out a small lead, thanks to impressive shooting from Maisie Fowler (GS) and Jaimee Brown (GA).

GW upped their game in response and managed to bring the scoreline even again as the third quarter ended.

GW defenders ramped up the pressure, gaining possession of the ball for their team as Electrical’s GA, Sally Miller, made some impressive shots bringing her team into the lead as the match came to a close.



GIRLING and Bowditch got a valuable win in their fight for third place, taking advantage of Gungho’s loss to GW Electrical.

Girling’s WA, Elena Wood, moved well around the court despite the slippery conditions overcoming Wyke’s defence and helping her team to carve out a small lead.

Girling GD, Chloe Grier, showed some great tactical play in Wyke’s shooting circle to minimise chances.

Their attackers continued to get the ball down to the D, where GS Emily England showed her skill with long range shooting to increase her team’s lead.

Wyke GK, Amelia Elsom, made some good interceptions in the final quarter to prevent scoring opportunities but Girling were able to claim the victory.

Division Two



COASTAL Cheese maintained their 11 point lead at the top of the table with a dominant win over Potting Shed.

Cheese started well with accurate shooting while Potting Shed fought hard to score two goals in quick succession, with GA, Katherine De Krester, playing well around the circle.

Coastal kept their cool, with some impeccable interceptions allowing them to create scoring opportunities and take a strong lead.

Coastal dominated the midcourt despite Potting’s WD Sarah Longstaffe exerting defensive pressure, however this was not enough to stem the flow of Coastal’s attack.

Ellen MacDonald, GS for Coastal, displayed some superb shooting, making the most of every scoring opportunity.

Potting began to find a rhythm to lower the score difference but the superb teamwork from Coastal saw them claim victory.