Junior Mitech proves too strong

ANOTHER week and another load of players joining the ranks of Netball Mount Isa.
Nanjing Night Net

The newly found indoor competition held its second round of matches on Sunday afternoon at the Mount Isa Multi Purpose and Recreation Centre, with the addition of new players making for some interesting results.

Junior Mitech took control of their match against Junior Pirtek early, with their vast experience shinning through.

Destiny Maloney and Harmony Bennett shot well for Pirtek, but it wasn’t enough as Laynee Craigie and Alyssa Moro controlled play for Mitech, who won comfortably 24-3.

Meanwhile the Hawks made a swooping impression on their Remploy opponents to lead by three points at the first change.

Remploy would bounce back to level the goal count in the second term, with their younger players in particular stepping up.

Kiara Seabourne and Kimberley Larkin shot well for Remploy, but Leah Hauga, Hannah Marshall and Hawks would prevail 27-19.

Hauga and Marshall played superbly well down the court, leading the charge for the high-flying Hawks.

In senior fixtures, CNW took down Pirtek 34-22.

Netball Mount Isa results: Jnr Mitech def Jnr Pirtek 24-3; Jnr Hot Pinks def Jnr CNW 37-3; Avengers def Mitech Snr 34-12; Snr CNW def Snr Pirtek 34-22; KPM Sparks def Paiges Team 45-23; Hawks def Snr Remploy 27-19 Isa News Gold def Isa News Green 52-8.

GOING LONG: Brooke Kings looks for a longer option during Sunday’s matches.

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