Improvement in skills starting to show

August 04, 2017

St Mary’s


St Mary’s 27 d Tabilk 11.


St Mary’s 24 drew with Tabilk 24.


St Mary’s 46 d Tabilk 34.



It was a tough day on the court for the Tabilk girls on Sunday against St Mary’s.

We made a few mistakes early that St Mary’s was able to take advantage of, and we played catch-up netball for the rest of the match, which is tough for even the most experienced netballers.

We had a few good passages of play and also some great intercepts, however St Mary’s was just too good this time.

We now have a much needed break before finals.


St Mary’s 24 drew with Tabilk 24.

We travelled to Seymour to take on the undefeated St Mary’s.

In lovely conditions, our girls went into the game with a positive mindset which showed on the court.

St Mary’s started the game, scoring the first two goals, but our girls settled and it was goal-for-goal until quarter-time.

In a great second quarter from Tabilk, which won the quarter by three goals to have a one-goal lead at half-time.

St Mary’s settled after half-time and played a strong third quarter to take a one-goal lead into the last term.

The last quarter was intense with both teams playing to win, but our girls outscored St Mary’s to finish the game even on 24 goals each.

There was no award given this week; our girls all played so well, everyone played their role and the improvement since the start of the season is showing.

Well done girls.


This was a strong hit-out for our girls, playing the top of the ladder.

The game showed where we are at, and it looks as though we’re not far away at all.

All 10 players contributed and played a solid game.

Many changes and moves can disturb teams, but these girls know their roles and combine well all game.

Unfortunately, we didn’t get the win but with more improvement anything is possible on the day.

The Maxam weekly award went to Tasman Taylor-Lloyd for her ability to adapt to any position given to her and taking on the challenge with great attitude.

Score: St Mary’s 46 d Tabilk 34.

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