Posts in Category: Netball
FUTURE Myrtleford hall of famer, Matt Dussin, has now added a McNamara Medal to his growing legend at the Saints. The powerful defender turned ruckman…
BRIGHT’S netball future looks strong with two young Mountain Maids winning O&K league best and fairest awards.
MYRTLEFORD’s all conquering B grade netball team is set to be the sole Saints side in this year’s O&M finals.
BRIGHT moved four points clear of a chasing pack in Ovens and King A grade netball after victory over Goorambat.
BRIGHT has boosted its resume in A grade netball and is back in the top six after an important win over Boonie Doon.
MYRTLEFORD A Grade netball coach Lindy Singleton has praised her team following a narrow loss to Yarrawonga.
BRIGHT has bettered last week’s impressive showing at Whorouly with five wins from five games against Glenrowan.
NEW Myrtleford A grade netball coach Lindy Singleton believes her young side has set a new benchmark following their spirited 14-goal loss to North Albury.
MYRTLEFORD’S netballers are planning to be fitter than ever before under new coaches Lindy Singleton and Bridget Chapman.
MYRTLEFORD is set to regain a heap of star power for next year’s Ovens and Murray netball season.
BRIGHT will play Milawa in an Ovens and King A grade netball elimination final on Saturday.
BRIGHT remains a spot out of the Ovens and King A grade netball top six despite a big win over Benalla on Saturday.