Hunter Netball Team 1 took to the courts this week for the DOOLEY's Metro League Competition.
Up against Randwick in round 10 of the competition, Hunter took to the first half with gusto, taking it to Randwick at every centre pass.
At the end of the first quarter there was just one goal in the game, with Hunter trailing the Randwick lead. By half time Hunter was 4 goals behind in what was an exciting game of netball.
Randwick shifted up a gear as they took to the court in second half, extending their lead against Hunter in the third quarter.
Randwick proved to be the stronger team on the night taking the win 57 to 36 at the final whistle.
Hunter Netball Team 1 is currently sitting 9th on the competition ladder.
Hunter Netball Team 2 had a break this week, with the long weekend but will take on Illawarra on Monday evening.
Hunter Netball Boys team
Hunter Netball Boys, are in the final stages of their preparations for the Junior State Titles in July.
In recent weeks the boys have had the opportunity to take to the court at both the Singleton and Muswellbrook Representative Carnivals.
Taking the courts against the girls, the boys have had some great wins and learnings in this experience. Coach Anthony is extremely proud of their progress to date and can't wait to see the Hunter represented at the inaugural year of boys division in the Junior State Titles.
Hunter Netball Boys team member, and member of Wyong Netball Association has had a great weekend of netball. Not only did he represent the Hunter at today's Muswellbrook Carnival but yesterday Brock was awarded his National C Umpiring accreditation. This is an outstanding achievement by this young man.
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