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v. Barossa District
Senior 1 - A really strong first
half but unfortunately too many
errors in second half which blew
the scoreline out to 41. Some very
pleasing performances again this
week, but definitely some opportu-
nities to learn. Award, Stella Fraser.
Senior 2 - Award, Chloe Frentsch.
Senior 3 - Strong performance in first quarter,
injury caused Tanunda to change positions and
they didn’t settle after that. Keep working on be-
ing in front and passing. More pressure needed
when turning over the ball. Award, Linda Parbs.
Senior 4 - What a very low scoring game.
Tanunda need to slow down and have a look before
passing off. Their last quarter was outstanding
with second efforts and strong hands. Need to do
it for four quarters ladies. It was lucky Tanunda
came away with the win. Go Maggie girls. Award,
Senior 5 - Well done to all the ladies. Strong
fight right from the first whistle. Great plays up
and down the court and great strong passing re-
sulted in goals. Tanunda fought right to the end.
Go Maggies. Award, Alannah Hausler.
Senior 6 - A great win despite half the team
playing out of position this week. Great testament
to the whole team effort. Sue Martin sat on the
bench and took the court for a few minutes! Well
done girls, keep working smarter. Award, Linda
Inter 1 - A strong, competitive game from all
players. Good to see them creating space and
driving hard at the ball. Excellent defensive pres-
sure created lots of opportunity. Well done girls.
Award, Aspen Wood.
Junior 1 - Tight pressure from Barossa pro-
duced many turnovers that the Maggie girls
couldn’t claw back. There were moments of their
normal game but a full four quarters of that game
is needed against strong opposition. Award, Lottie
Junior 2 - Good start in the first half, how-
ever a lack of consistency lost the game. All girls
should be proud of their game and know the
potential is there. Award, Bethany Wood.
Sub Junior 1 - Drew this game and a poor
first quarter probably contributed to this. A re-
ally determined effort by all players in the third
quarter enabled Tanunda to be two goals up at
three quarter time. There’s still a lot to work on,
particularly moving towards the ball and second
efforts. Award, Sydney Schild.
Sub Junior 2 - A great opening quarter but
Tanunda struggled thereafter. Tanunda literally
dropped the ball. Passing really let the team
down and need to continue to work on this.
Award, Mikala Docherty.
Sub Junior 3 - A strong first half set Tanunda
up for this win. Coach is proud of all players for
fighting for front position and being ‘‘smarter’’
netballers which is what they have spoken about.
Good job by all players - need to continue to
improve. Award, Matilda Osborne.
Primary 1 - Great game girls and it was
close. They looked good in the first half but the
half time change rattled them for a while but to
their credit they worked it out and settled. Last
quarter was the worst this week. Rushed passes.
Players stopped leading. Great defence Georgia
Roberts, Leila Grosser, Letisha Bartsch and Zoe
Heidenreich. Good rebounds Poppy Coombe and
Ayla Loan. Award, Zoe Heidenreich.
Netta 1 - Another strong game by all the
girls. The defence was excellent and everyone
intercepted well. A good team effort and each
week there is great signs of improvement. Award,
Netta 2 - Bit of a slow start this week af-
ter having a couple of weeks off. Once players
warmed up they had some great plays. Training
will be about strong passes and getting in front.
Award, Ashlee Wilson.
Senior 1 - Angaston got
off to a slow start and al-
lowed Kapunda to get a big
break early, which meant
they were playing catch
up netball all day. A better
second half had Angaston being more competi-
tive and showing what they deliver when play-
ing consistent netball. Need to start to focus on
starting strongly and with increased intensity.
Coaches Award, Kim Seelander.
Senior 3 - A close game girls! Angaston
had some fantastic patches of play and it
was a real credit to the whole team to come
back in the last quarter and only lose by one
goal. Well done girls on a hard fought game.
Coach’s Award, Beth Roether.
Senior 4 - Good effort by the Angaston girls.
They had some great passages of play but had
some lapses as well. Let’s try to come out firing
from the start and play four quarters of solid net-
ball the whole way through. Good win in the end.
Coach’s Award, Meg Moulds.
Senior 5 - A few minor errors but a brilliant team
effort. The coach is definitely proud of all players.
Brilliant defence and intercepts by Hayley Carter.
Coach’s Award, Hayley Carter.
Senior 6 - Well done by the Angaston la-
dies. It’s great to see them backing each other
up on the court. Good to see the fitness holding
up with only seven players again. Top effort!
Coach’s Award, Ellie Neindorf.
Senior 7 - Well done senior sevens. Let’s con-
centrate on the game this week. The coach will
see everyone on Thursday night.
Inter 1 - Well done to all girls. Everyone played
well. Kim played well and adapted well from being
moved from defence to goals. Keep this pressure
and intensity up and bring it into next game.
Coaches Award, Erin Schrapel.
Junior 1 - A great improvement on last week
by the Angaston girls. They kept persisting all
game and never gave up. A few skill errors caused
turnovers and Kapunda ran away with it. Lots of
things to work on at training.
Coach’s Award, Maggie Hadden and Halle
Sub Junior 1 - All girls played a solid game
of netball. April played well at WA. Stella and
Hollie combined well in defence. Great pressure
applied by Brooke giving herself good opportu-
nities for intercepts. Keep up the good work!
Coach’s Award, Libby Fiebiger.
Sub Junior 2 - Great game by the Angaston girls.
Even with a few new changes all still played really
well. Great leading in front and strong shooting and
working well in the circle by Millie and Charlize.
Coaches Award, Baylee-Rose Duncan.
Primary 1 - A really tough game against a
taller, faster and stronger opponent. Now the team
knows where they want to be. Everyone tried really
hard all game but do need to work on passing and
creating space. Heads up girls; training this week.
Coach’s Awards, Jemima Barrett.
Netta 1 - A tough game. Kapunda played really
well. Angaston need to work on passing, valuing
the ball and rebounds. The girls fought really
well throughout the whole game with some good
passages of play. The coach will see all at training.
Coach’s Awards, Sophie Ashmead and Maddy
Netta 2 - A good evenly matched game with
some nice passages of play. It was great to see the
defence skills the girls practised at training being
used in the game with great hands over the ball.
Alana Linke was amazing at GK getting in front
and getting lots of intercepts. Rachel Barnett was
a rocket at WA and passed well into the circle.
Coach’s Awards, Alana Linke and Rachel Barnett
Netta 3 - Scratch Match. The game began
with a tall opposition. Angaston played with a
mix of Netta 1 and 2 players. The girls showed
improvement as the game went on. They need
to work on being in front and leading to space.
Great to see everyone with their hands up,
some great intercepts and chasing loose balls.
Coach’s Award, Ella Randall and Casey Rowe.
v. South Gawler
Senior 1 - A disappoint-
ing gameand not the result
Freeling wanted. Freeling over
thought everything and didn’t
get into the game from the start. Let’s regroup
and train hard this week ready for another hard
game this Saturday.
Best Player Award, Rachael Maynard.
Senior 2: A game that got away! Aside from
the first quarter, Freeling played probably their
best game thus far. Laura Schirmer and Jacinta
Ahrens were super tight in defence, creating many
Many great passages of play with lots of posi-
tives to take from the game. Let’s keep working
hard to build from this and the results they de-
serve will come.
Best Player Award, Jacinta Ahrens.
Senior 3 - Well this was a wakeup call as to
where Freeling have to be! There were positive
signs all over the court but need to be more con-
sistent. Positional changes worked to a degree so
well done for adapting. Let’s keep working hard
Best Player Award, Brianna Reid.
Senior 4 - Right from the start Freeling were
on the backfoot and played catch up all game!
Whilst there were some really good patches of play,
it doesn’t help their cause when they constantly
turn the ball over....especially against an expe-
rienced opposition. Let’s build on the positives,
work hard at fixing the negatives and focus on
the next game ahead!
Best Player Award, Amanda Batten.
Senior 5 - Really good win by the Freeling
girls. They are really starting to play like a team.
Well done to Tam Erskine and Tanya Sutcliffe who
worked well together in the circle. Need to work
on strong passing and positioning over the court.
Best Player Award, Amber Dawson.
Senior 6 - Tough game. Passing let the team
down. Attack worked well but rushing the passes
gave the opposition too many opportunities.
Best Player Award, Julie Secker.
Senior 7 - Such an amazing game to watch
and coach girls. It came down to the last minute
and everyone gave 150% every quarter. Freeling
showed so much improvement from the past few
weeks. Picking best players was really hard as
all played so well.
Best Player Award, Ellen Hillmer.
Inter 1 - What a great fightback girls. All
worked hard and wanted a win. To come away
with the draw was great. Let’s keep working on
playing four quarters of netball and they will get
there. Well done girls.
Best Player Award, Jacinta Barnes.
Inter 2 - Freeling had a great first quarter with
every player doing their job. Unfortunately the
intensity dropped in the remaining quarters and
lots of fumbles all down the court made it hard.
There were some excellent passages of play and
the girls moved the ball out of defence well. Renae
Mackereth played well in centre, opening up the
court and providing options down the court. Tayla
Blows received an ankle injury. Goalies, remember
to practise your goals!
Player Incentiv, Renae Mackereth.
Junior 1 - A really competitive first half.
Unfortunately it did not reflect on the scoreboard.
Coach was really impressed with the commitment
and endeavour by all seven players. Unfortunately
lack of fitness showed by some players in the
second half and this put pressure on the other
players. All players need to work hard on their
fitness, not only at training but in their own time
as well. Keep working!
Player Incentive, Mackenzie Arbon.
Junior 2 - Had a slow start this week and
followed this with a bad second quarter which
meant they were playing catch up. Buddies (Senior
1 and Primary 1) supported and encouraged as
the second half was much better. The girls took on
board their advice and took it on court and this
enabled them to win the last half, so well done.
Player Incentive, Chelsea Ruediger.
Sub Junior 1 - Another good win to the girls!
A strong start in the first quarter set the scene for
the game. Some great passages of play but a few
lapses as well. Girls need to keep working hard
for the whole 10 minutes in each quarter. Great
shooting Sadie Shanahan and Erin McLaughlin.
Player Incentive, Sadie Shanahan.
Sub Junior 2 - Freeling had great passages
of play but just didn’t capitalise on the intercepts
they fought hard to make. Everyone fought hard in
the last quarter but unfortunately left it a bit late.
Player Incentive, Georgia Hahsey.
Sub Junior 3 - A much better game this week.
The girls had some great passages of play, were
holding their leads and it was less congested in
the centre court. So proud of these girls who kept
fighting and chasing the loose ball.
Player Incentives, Keita Aplin and Leticia
Primary 1 - Again Freeling were up against a
tall, strong team. Everyone tried really hard again
with some lovely passages of play. It all looks great
when they play positional netball instead of just
running. Dakota Bosenberg played a great game
in defence this week.
Player Incentive, Charlotte Butler.
Primary 2: Great start with great positioning
and defence for the whole game was fantastic.
Just need to practice getting in front.
Player Incentives, Ripley Kelly and Alliyah
Netta 1 - The girls played a fantastic game with
many turnovers. The only thing that went wrong
was spacing but that can be worked on at train-
ing. Other than that they played a great game.
Player Incentive, Isabella Scott.
Club Notes: Everyone got into Buddy Day.
The juniors loved having the support from the
seniors and vice versa.
There will be another Buddy Day in the second
round but please don’t think these are the only
times you need to come.
Would love to see more Red & Blue courtside
Special mention Senior 6 and 7 and their bud-
dies Sub Junior 2 and 3, who were by far the most
supportive and noisiest!
This week Freeling are off to Nuriootpa. Awards
will be at Greenock so please make the effort to
get there, stay for dinner and help celebrate a
successful day of netty! (awards are done every
week, home and away, would love to see you there).
The Freeling Netball Club thanked Maddie
Riggs from South, for being so honest in handing
in the money she found. The owner appreciated
it very much.
Rebecca Fisher, South Gawler, makes a pass in Senior 6’s.
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