The 3rd round of SFNL’s Netball competition was split over Friday night and Saturday this Mother’s Day weekend. In very chilly and rainy conditions we saw some decent wins produced by teams in A grade.
Dingley 1 51 defeated Cranbourne 1 31
Dingley has scored another win to keep the top ladder position. Leading from the beginning of the match Brooke Dedds, Monique Lenehan-Moustafa and Isabelle Hodgson scored consistently which gave the extended lead across the game. Cranbourne were not without consistency themselves but just falling short each quarter on the score board. Defender Tara Cecil was a standout for Cranbourne with a number of impressive intercepts and rebounds.
Mordialloc 1 55 defeated Caulfield Bears 1 44
Cheltenham 1 64 defeated Heatherton 1 19
Aspendale Arrows 1 BYE
Cranbourne 2 39 defeated Dingley 2 31
A nice consistent win for Cranbourne out in front from the start of the match. Shooter Mackenzie Fox was on fire for the game shooting 32 of the 39 goals for the game. Dingley did push close only trailing by 2 at half time. Even though the game got away from them in the third quarter they never game up and came back to win the final quarter showing they have fight for next time.
St Pauls McKinnon 1 38 defeated Caulfield Bears 2 34
Port Melbourne Colts 1 36 defeated Cheltenham 2 31
St Kilda City 1 33 defeated Murrumbeena 1 17
East Brighton Vampires 1 38 defeated Aspendale Arrows 2 32
With this win East Brighton have knocked Aspendale off the top of the ladder with an undefeated season start. Aspendale will be disappointed but will be please to know East Brighton will have another tough match with Dingley T3 next week.
Cheltenham 3 45 defeated Keysborough 1 29
Hampton 1 41 defeated Springvale Districts 1 34
South Yarra 1 defeated Dingley 3 28
Mordialloc 2 34 defeated Doveton Doves 1 29
Mordialloc are also having a cracking undefeated start to the season sealing the top ladder position. A competitive game was had but Doveton Doves couldn’t catch up to claim the win. Next in round 4 Mordialloc play second on the ladder Parkdale T1 which should shape up to be a goodie as they have under three points the difference in their goal average.