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Two Wells v Virginia
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THE two sides went goal for
goal in the first quarter, but Mal-
lala started to take control of the
game. Mallala made Hamley’s
defence work hard. Hamley GS,
Tania Knott, performed well in
the opener, as did Mallala GS,
Carissa Buckley. HB 9 – Mal 21.
Hamley came out more con-
vincingly in the second quarter,
making some good leads. Mal-
lala’s tall goalies were on target,
leading in front through the centre
passes straight into the ring. Tania
Knott (HB GS) played well in the
goal circle. Hamley tried hard to
defend against Mallala’s accurate
goalies. Naomi Bubner (HB C)
and Stacey Hardie (Mal WA)
performed well for their teams.
Hamley changed its C with
young Amy McCabe returning
for a game. There was good
movement around the court from
both sides. Hamley scored 11
goals this quarter, improving on
the first half. Standout players
included Hamley C, Amy McCabe
and Mallala GK, Ashlee Angus.
However, all players put in 100
per cent effort. HB 27 – Mal 57.
Both teams kept up a fast
paced game throughout the final
quarter. Well played by all girls.
Morgan Selth (HB WA) and Tessa
Jarmyn (Mal GS) played well.
Final scores: HB 40 – Mal 70.
Mallala, too strong for Hamley
on the day, played well for a full
four quarters. Well done to Ham-
ley defence in the goal ring, trying
to stop the flow of goals.
Mallala started the game well,
turning a number of ball all over
the court. Mallala worked well,
converting at every opportunity.
Hamley struggled to get the ball
into the ring but GS, Elise Hille-
brand converted well when able.
Mallala GD, Tamara Mason put
great pressure on the attack
zone. Elise Hillebrand (HB GS)
and Tamara Mason (Mal GD)
were standout players in this first
quarter. HB 6 – Mal 19.
Hamley came out in the
second and turned the ball over
through GK, Adrianne Malycha
but Mallala continued to play
well. Hamley stepped it up. GD,
Keegan Henneker worked hard
as did Mallala’s GS, Caity Schby,
moving well in the circle. Stand-
outs for this quarter included
Adrienne Malycha (HB GK) and
Brooke Wilson (Mal C). HB 12
– Mal 28.
Hamley began to tire while
Mallala continued their fast pace.
Mallala WA, Anna Konzag contin-
ued to work hard all over the court.
Elise Hillebrand shot accurately
while Mallala GS, Caity Ashby and
GA, Amanda Clarke worked well.
The entire Mallala side played
a high standard of netball this
quarter, while Keegan Henneker
particularly stood out for Hamley.
Mallala’s passing was direct
as Hamley became lazy as
they tired. Colleen Lowe (HB C)
worked hard all game, as did Be-
linda Angus (Mal GK). Adrienne
Malych (BH GK) and Caity Ashby
(Mal GS) were solid throughout
the final quarter. Other standouts
included Amanda Clarke (Mal)
and Lisa Wing (HB). Final score
Mallala was far too strong
all over the court. Hamley never
gave up but Mallala dominated
right to the end.
Mallala started strongly,
shooting the first goal of the
game. Hamley followed quickly,
scoring the next goal. The quarter
finished with some good defence
by Hamley and some astounding
shooting by Mallala. Ellie Clark
(Mal C) and Sarah Charman (HB
Hamley started the second
quarter well with a turnover and
a goal. This was Hamley’s quarter
to shine, scoring several goals
before Mallala bagged their first.
Despite Mallala’s best efforts to
stop them, Hamley’s defence
was too strong, with Megan
Detemmerman (HB GD) turning
over many balls. Rebecca Fritz
(HB GA) and Jessica Iacopetta
(Mal WD) were standouts in this
quarter. HB 14 – Mal 19.
Both teams came out firing
with many turnovers, before
Mallala shot the first goal. The
play throughout this quarter was
fairly even with some incredible
passes by Hamley C, Corrine
Martin and a top defending effort
by Mallala C, Ellie Clark. Stand-
outs included Megan Detemmer-
man (HB GD) and Megan Lange
(Mal GS). HB 18 – Mal 37.
The final quarter started with
Mallala scoring first. Mallala ruled
the court in the first half of the quar-
ter. Hamley fought back scoring a
few much needed and deserved
goals, however it wasn’t enough
peg back Mallala’s massive lead.
Final score: HB 22 – Mal 55.
Overall it was an evenly con-
tested game with Mallala running
away in the second half.
A good start by Mallala with
good court play and defence.
Hamley settled and the game
became more even. Jessica
Heaslip (Mal GA) Nadia Langtry
(HB) were standout players in this
opening quarter. HB 6 – Mal 7.
Both teams began the second
quarter well. Mallala capitalised
on Hamley’s errors to extend their
lead out to five goals. Mallala C,
Kate Wilson performed well. HB
Mallala continued to extend
their lead with good attacked
play by Kate Wilson (Mal C) and
Mickey Roebuck (WA) combined
with strong defence. HB 15 –
Hamley players attacked the
ball well and started the quarter
solidly. Mallala continued its good
court play and showed good skills
feeding into the circle and capi-
talising on Hamley’s errors. Final
score: HB 25 – Mal 39.
Carly Durdin (HB) and Kate
Wilson (Mal) deservedly named
best players for the game.
Hamley started well with
Mickey Burns WD defending well.
Mallala goalies matched Ham-
leys goals and gave Hamley goal
defenders a headache, taking a
slight lead at the first break. HB
A tight second quarter with all
girls trying hard. Hamley C won
some good possessions, with
some good contests in the mid
court by WA and WD. Hamley
closed the gap to only trail by
one at half time. HB 15 – Mal 16.
Mallala came out well in the
third quarter, working well as
a team. Hamley struggled in
defence, although GK tried to
stop the onslaught of goals. HB
Both teams shot a quick goal,
but Mallala was more settled,
with their C and GA playing well.
Mallala outscored and outplayed
Hamley to take the win, thanks
mainly to a very good third quarter.
Final score: HB 25 – Mal 35.
Mallala started strongly, with
goalies Tiahrn Carpenter and Re-
becca Nicholson creating space
and working well together. Ruby
Hood GK for Hamley defended
well, as did GD for Mallala Cleo
Aston, making it a low scoring
Hamley GA Lane Baker put
the pressure on Mallala’s goal
defenders as they tried to send
the ball down court. Mallala
played consistently well for the
quarter and extended their lead.
Both teams struggled in the
third quarter, with some loose
shots played and not many goals
scored. HB 4 – Mal 10.
Nicholson started the final
quarter well with some good
dodges and drives back to the goal
post. Hamley created numerous
turnovers through C Ebony Kluth,
but struggled to convert. Mallala
C, Breanna Machin delivered
the ball consistently well into the
goalies, who didn’t let the team
down. Final score: HB 5 – Mal 13.
Hamley started well with GS
Lucy Smith presenting well in the
goal circle, shooting the first two
goals. Kashaya Carpenter (GD)
defended well for Mallala creat-
ing many turnovers, levelling the
scores at two all. HB 2- Mal 2.
McKenzie Loffler (HB ) played
well in mid court, providing strong
drive up for her team, with Mallala
WA Taylah Pascoe found space
and pass well into her goalies.
Smith continued to dominate
in the goal circle for Hamley,
shooting the first two goals. Marti
Sale WA showed lots of pace pro-
viding attacking leads for Hamley.
Mallala C, Paige Bubner worked
hard mid court and had a tight
contest with Hamley C Cassidy
Sellars. HB 7 – Mal 4.
A low scoring quarter due to
excellent defensive pressure by
both teams, Smith moved into
C for Hamley, while Carpenter,
in defence, made it difficult for
Hamley to convert. Mallala GS
Bianca Stewart timed her leads
well against a much taller oppo-
nent, to score a late goal in the
quarter. Final score: HB 8 – Mal 5.
Comfortable victory for Mallala girls
Two Wells v
LESLEY Gable prepares to pass for Virginia while Two
Wells WD, Brooke Mullins defends, during Saturday’s
match at the Two Wells courts.
BELOW: Tiffany Buckby,
Hamley Bridge, tries not
to let the pressure from
her Mallala opponent
distract her in the A4
game at Hamley Bridge.
hamley bridge v mallala
VIRGINIA’S Nicola Bryan jumps high enough to intercept a pass to Kate Lange, Two Wells, during the A3
match on Saturday. RIGHT: Christine Glenn, Virginia, intercepts on Two Wells shooter, Brooke Schuit in A3.
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