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New Balance Netball Recap

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Another big weekend of Netball in the books, take a look at last week’s results across all 13 divisions ahead of tomorrow night’s action on the courts, thanks to New Balance and Belgravia Apparel.


Premier Division

East Burwood Black 78 def. East Burwood Rams 39

FTG Eagles Blue 80 def. Croydon North MLOC 39


Both East Burwood sides went head-to-head this weekend. It was a one-sided contest for most of the evening with East Burwood Black proving they’re still a massive contender for this season’s premiership.


Gabriella Clark was outstanding, rotating through Goal Defence and Goal Keeper. She was well assisted by Emily Semple who spent the first half in the Goal Keeper position.


Their opposition, the East Burwood Rams fought hard having no bench or rotations for the full game.


Division One

East Ringwood Blue 32 def. Oakleigh District White 28

Boronia Hawks 39 def. Heathmont White 25

Coldstream Black 48 def. Blackburn Black 23

Nunawading Maroon 36 def. Mitcham Amber 15


Despite having no bench, Boronia Hawks had a comfortable 14 goal win to remain undefeated after Round Three. They led at every change with Rebecca Subbiah dominating through the middle of the court, running out the full game in Centre.


The other undefeated Division One side is Coldstream Black who took out a 25-goal victory over Blackburn, putting together an impressive 48-performance in ten minute quarters.


Jessica Ford, last year’s leading goal shooter for Coldstream scored 29 points in the victory, a week after her 26-goal game against Oakleigh District.



Division Two

Vermont Purple 38 def. Montrose Demons 34

Bayswater Gold 41 drew with Knox Falcons 41

Blackburn White 44 def. Heathmont Jets 19

Lilydale Gold 48 def. GWH Blue 25


Tight contests in Division Two this week with Bayswater and Knox splitting the points with a 41 a piece draw. The two sides could not be separated after Half Time, both teams scoring 11 each in the final quarter. The results leaves both sides sitting fourth and fifth on the ladder, their best capable of finals appearances.


Vermont and Montrose continue their healthy rivalry in the Netball competition with another great contest between two of their top sides. It was the Eagles getting across the line by four goals with Grace Hartman’s 25 goal performance playing a big factor in the victory.


Kristy Hicks had a similar performance for Montrose with 24 goals next to her name.



Division Three

Kilsyth Cougars 31 def. FTG Eagles White 28

Norwood 30 def. Blackburn Red 29

Montrose Flames 38 def. The Basin Cubs 37

East Ringwood Teal 48 def. Chirnside Park Yellow 17


Thrilling finish at H.E Parker saw Montrose defeat The Basin by just one goal.


Rebecca Hincksman was outstanding with 29 goals, while Jaymee Tough and Jessica Rousch were equally impressive for the Bears. In defence, Jayme Harris played her role well for the Demons as they secured their third win of the season, remaining undefeated.


Other Division Three games were just as close including Norwood’s one-point win over Blackburn. A great performance which saw Amber Kendrick and Ashleigh Clifford score 13 goals each.



Division Four

Silvan 39 def. The Basin Kodiaks 28

Boronia Gold 31 def. Park Orchards White 21

East Burwood Grey 45 def. Heathmont Yellow 11

Chirnside Park 24 def. Oakleigh District Black 19


Boronia won their first game of the 2024 season when they defeated the previously unbeaten sharks by ten goals. Meaghan Edmondson continued her strong form, 18 goals for the Hawks. Park Orchards’ Mikayla Aloi and Boronia’s Alisha Clark battled it out through the middle of the court, with both playing all four quarters in Centre.


Chirnside Park continued their great start to the season, three wins in a row after defeating Oakleigh District by 5 goals. The Panthers trailed early but with even contribution between Molly Jones and Sienna Molnar in the goals, they managed to out work their opposition and help the side to victory.


Division Five

Ringwood White 48 def. Norwood Gold 25

Park Orchards Red 33 def. GWH Yellow 25

Nunawading Gold 51 def. Kilsyth Red 21

Vermont Violet 36 def. Oakleigh District Silver 26


Vermont Violet were impressive again Last Friday Night, defeating Oakleigh District by ten goals. The damage was done in the first half as the Eagles stretched out a comfortable six goal lead before a back and fourth even second half. The win follows their dominant display the week prior, now 2-1 for the season.


Division Six

Vermont Lavendar 35 def. Park Orchards Blue 33

Balwyn 42 def. Chirnside Park Diamonds 21

Rowville Navy 35 def. Silvan White 33

Montrose Thunder 37 def. The Basin Pandas 18



Division Seven

Waverley Blues 34 def. Rowville Gold 16

Lilydale Blue 40 def. Norwood Purple 15

Vermont Lilac 37 def. Chirnside Park Amber 20

Warrandyte 34 def. Mitcham Black 6



Division Eight

East Ringwood White 34 def. South Croydon Blue 17

Vermont Black 49 def. Waverley Blues White 12

UFTG Blue 40 def. Bayswater Black 38

Whitehorse Pioneers 20 def. Park Orchards Green 17



Division Nine

Montrose Storm 34 def. Waverley Blues Blue 20

Chirnside Park Panthers 44 def. Oakleigh District Grey 7

Vermont Yellow 29 def. Wantirna South Devils 26

FTG Yellow 40 def. Lilydale White 13



Division Ten

The Basin Grizzlies 30 drew with Coldstream Blue 30

Silvan Cats 41 def. Croydon North MLOC Blue 8

Montrose Devils 23 def. Knox Black 20

Kilsyth White 29 def. Heathmont Blue 17


A draw at Oxley College was a highlight of last Friday Night’s clashes with The Basin and Coldstream all tied at 30 when time ran out.


The experience between Lauren Beaton and Madison Carroll was on show as they finished with 16 and 14 goals respectively. Their work through the mid court was fantastic through the likes of Narelle Collette and Ebony Cooper.


As for The Basin, their second-half was impressive as they outscored their opposition in both the third and fourth quarters.



Division Eleven

Boronia Brown 28 def. Ringwood Red 25

South Belgrave Saints 40 def. Knox Falcons 12

Chirnside Park Black 27 def. Waverley Blues Vixens 14

Ringwood Black 15 def. South Belgrave Red 14


Boronia pulled through for a third consecutive win when they held on to defeat Ringwood by three goals. Boronia’s defence was difficult to penetrate through the centre third. A string of Ringwood goals mid way through the second quarter reduced the margin back to four goals before half time.


Throughout the second half, it was goal for goal with Boronia holding on to that minor lead.


Division Twelve

Coldstream Green 28 def. East Burwood White 16

Montrose Raptors 46 def. Bayswater Green 15

South Croydon White 27 def. Scoresby 24

Waverley Blues Kestrels 24 def. Waverley Blues Mavericks 9


South Croydon and Scoresby played off in a great contest at Oxley College last Friday Night.


Scoresby started strong, in front by four goals at Quarter Time. South Croydon picked up the intensity in the second quarter forcing Scoresby’s defence to lift, turning key intercepts up the court into goals.


South Croydon persisted with two goals in a row to reduce the margin back to one goal at the Half Time break. They were able to run over the top of Scoresby for an impressive victory.


Despite her team going down, Brooke Dimitroff was outstanding for Scoresby in defence, taking home the Sportsco Eastland Player of the Day award.

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