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Round 2 – 5th April 2014

Glencoe 37 drew with Mount Burr 37

In wet and slippery conditions, nothing could separate Mount Burr and Glencoe who drew on 37 goals apiece.

Glencoe started off strongly with a clean intercept by Bec Wilson allowing them to score the first two goals of the game. In Mount Burr’s first hit out of the season, Ebony Clark took time to find her shooting range and Glencoe were able to capitalise early on a number of missed scoring opportunities. However, Mount Burr steadied late in the term and were able to bring the margin back to only one at quarter time.

The second quarter was an even one. Mount Burr goalies, Clark and Hayley Agnew, worked exceptionally well together in the ring, creating a number of passing opportunities between each other and missing only 1 shot for the quarter. Scores were locked at 19 goals apiece at half time.

Glencoe came back firing after the break with the defensive unit of Wilson, Donna Jaeschke and Ebony McDiarmid taking a number of intercepts down the court. The attack end became more settled. Kelly Aubert started to find her range in the goal circle and Ashlea Edwards was dominating the centre corridor. Glencoe were able to take a six goal lead into the final term.

However, the tides turned in the final quarter, with Mount Burr keen to claw back the deficit. Mount Burr had great support on and off the court. Their defenders in Megan Thiele and Heidi Clark both played wonderful games forcing their opposition to stay behind them and to move horizontally and the two of them were the catalyst for many turnovers in the final term with exceptional reach.

A contact call made after the final whistle allowed Clark to seal a draw for her side and she finished with accuracy under pressure.

Best players for Mount Burr were Ebony Clark and Megan Thiele while Glencoe was best served by Bec Wilson and Ashlea Edwards.

Robe 44 def by Kalangadoo 77

Both teams started out well with some great passages of play with only 2 goals in it at the first break, play was tight in the second quarter however Kalangadoo stretched their lead to 10. All positions were well matched with Kalangadoo starting to out run in the third quarter and goal accuracy extended their lead to 22. Play unsettled in the last and left lots to work on for next week.

Nangwarry 43 def by Port MacDonnell 67

1st Quarter – It was goal for goal early errors by both side Nanga did some silly mid court errors, Cassie Dinnison worked hard in defence with Nangwarry finding it hard to get into the ring, Tamara & Toni-Lee combined well converting accurately, Toni-Lee dominated in goals scoring 14 with only one miss 20-11

2nd Quarter – Silly errors by both teams in the early stage of the second quarter Teresa Stewart & Emily Taylor had tight tussle, turnovers by both side but the Bay converted easier, Kayla Gray lifted in defence as did Nicole Reeves using her height to her advantage, Toni-Lee continued her dominance but did have to work had to convert, Nang found it hard getting the ball out of defence due to Pt Mac tight mid court pressure, Cassie continued working hard at GD, Nangwarry missed easy goal opportunities, Ash Heald started to find her defensive rhythm.

3rd Quarter 12-15 – Silly errors by both side which caused turnovers, the team that turned it over converted it to goals, Kayla Gray & Cassie Dinnison continued to work tirelessly in the goal circle, but couldn’t stop the dominance of Toni-Lee 11 goals from 14 attempts, In this Quarter Nangwarry made changes with the 2 goalies swapping, with Danni McKinnon coming on to replace Carly Ploenges.

Final Quarter – Nangwarry made changes with Chloe McDiarmid going to centre & Teresa Stewart going to WA, Pt Mac dominated this Quarter again with Toni-Lee shooting at a high accuracy rate, Ash Heald made it hard for the Nangwarry goalers to convert, & in the end the Bay ran way quite convincing winners.

Tantanoola 37 def by Hatherleigh 52

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