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By Will Lawrence

Premier Division

Boronia Hawks 63 def Lilydale Falcons 40


This week Boronia again showed why they are the dominant side of the Premier Division, remaining unbeaten after all seven of this season games. They defeated Lilydale in a convincing 23 goal win. Lauren Woodgate added to her season’s tally of now 183 goals scoring a season high of 33 with Shae Gee also contributing 30 of her own. Lilydale shooters Rachel Goulding and Kirralee Luiyf combined for 33 goals while Ashlee Murphy chipped in with 7 goals.


Other Results

East Burwood Black 48 def Knox Falcons 44


Division 1

Heathmont Jets 30 def East Burwood Grey 29


It was difficult to separate these two sides last Friday with scores level at quarter time at 7-all and East Burwood ahead 16-15 at half-time.


However, it was a dominant third quarter from Heathmont scoring 11 which saw them go into the last quarter 26-20 ahead. This helped Heathmont to hold on in nail biting finish, Heathmont defeating East Burwood by the solitary goal to win 30-29.


Taylah Barr came out as top goal scorer on the night with 17.

Other Results

Scoresby Magpies 34 def Kilsyth Cougars

East Ringwood Black 44 def Ferntree Gully 24



Division 2

Vermont Eagles Gold 23 def Lilydale Gold 18


Vermont Eagles held off a persistent Lilydale side to snatch a 5 goal victory in a tight affair throughout. Lilydale kept the margins to five goals or less at each break and were competitive in every quarter. This saw them match Vermont in the final quarter each with 6 goals to finish strongly. However, it was Vermont who proved too strong on the night. The win for Vermont being crucial to ensure they stay on an equal record with the competition leaders the Warrandyte Swans.


Other Results

Croydon 51 def Mulgrave Red 22

Scoresby Magpies Black 32 def Park Orchards Red 19

Croydon North MLOC 38 def The Basin Red 8

Warrandyte Swans 26 def Kilsyth Cougars Black 16



Division 3

Whitehorse Pioneers Netball 28 def Heathmont White 27


In a back-and-forth wrestle between Whitehorse and Heathmont both sides had their share of the lead. Heathmont lead by one at quarter-time and two at three quarter-time while Whitehorse led by one at half-time and full-time. Elizabeth Bonnett was the top-scorer in the match with 21 goals, something she has done three weeks running now.


Other Results

East Burwood Silver 32 def Boronia Gold 18

Coldstream Grey 57 def Upper Ferntree Gully Red 16

The Basin Green 30 def Park Orchards Blue 28

Montrose Demons 22 def Glen Waverly Hawks Blue 21

East Ringwood Blue 34 def Knox Red 21



Division 4

Norwood Purple 33 def Chirnside Panthers 24


After 6 rounds Norwood sat bottom on the ladder and given, they were coming up against eighth on the ladder Chirnside, this undoubtedly was a great win for the Norwood side. Chirnside and Norwood clashed with scores being close throughout. With the scores 7-all at quarter-time and 14-15 to Norwood at the half there was little separating the sides. But the third quarter was game defining from Norwood who blew out to a ten goal lead with the final quarter to come, a margin which proved too big to come back from for Chirnside.


This now sits Chirnside in ninth and sees Norwood move up to 12th on the ladder.


Other results

Coldstream Black 19 def Lilydale Blue 17

Nunawading Lions 41 def Heathmont Blue 27

Mulgrave Blue 31 def Silvan Cats 17

Ringwood Red 25 def Park Orchards Black 21

Glen Waverly Hawks White 35 def South Croydon Blue 15

Montrose Flames 34 def Boronia Brown 18


Division 5

The Basin Black 29 def Montrose Devils 27


In a hugely competitive game, The Basin Black overcame Montrose.


Montrose led by two goals at both the quarter time and half-time intervals. However, from here it was The Basin Black who had the upper hand, overturning their deficit and leading by two goals at three quarter time and full-time. Emily Fahey again led the scoring for the Montrose Devils with 20 goals, the most by anyone on the night. Bringing her tally now of 127 goals in her five games this season. The Basin Black shared their goals between Kayla Nealy scoring 16 and Abigael Jamieson scoring 13.


Other Results

Coldstream Red 36 def Ringwood Black 22

Kilsyth Cougars Red 36 def Mitcham Tigers Yellow 31

Waverly Blues 32 def Coldstream White 25

Knox Black 34 def Ferntree Gully Blue 14

Upper Ferntree Gully Blue 42 def East Ringwood White 18

Vermont Purple 29 def South Belgrave Red 16



Division 6

Mulgrave Yellow 14 def Park Orchards White 12


In the lowest scoring game of the week Mulgrave and Park Orchards battled it out with every goal proving vital. Scores were level at 4-all and Mulgrave took the lead at the half 9–8. The third quarter saw the two sides battled it out, doing their best to not let the other score. Park Orchard were shut out and unable to score and Mulgrave scored two, leaving them 11-8 in front with the final quarter to come. Mulgrave maintained this lead defeating Park Orchards by two goals in a 14 goals to 12 game.


Other Results

Montrose Storm 32 def Lilydale Yellow 25

Coldstream Blue 30 def Heathmont Yellow 19

Glen Waverly Hawks Yellow 41 def South Belgrave White 23

Norwood Black 45 def Scoresby Magpies White 13

Balwyn Tigers 37 def Kilsyth Cougars White 14

Mitcham Tigers Black 29 def Scoresby Magpies Grey 15


Division 7

Mulgrave White 40 def The Basin Grey 15


When Mulgrave White took on The Basin Grey it was a third against fourth on the ladder game.


Little could separate the side after the first quarter with Mulgrave leading by one goal.


However, from here Mulgrave White proved the better side on the night, the margin 10 goals at half time and then 16 at three quarter-time.


Credit must go to Alexandra Bonney who proved a force in attack, scoring 26 goals on the night. A dominant final three quarter by Mulgrave saw them defeat The Basin by 25 goals.


Other Results

Montrose Heat 35 def Boronia Diamonds 11

East Burwood White 32 def Coldstream Green 4

The Basin White 50 def Norwood White 16




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