Woopi netball back in action

LAST Saturday saw Round 3 of the Arc Attack Engineering Woopi Netball Competition played in perfect conditions.

Following a long break due to wet weather and school holidays the girls were eager to get back into the swing of things and the standard of play reflected their enthusiasm.

In the Juniors (U10-12s) Milkshakes and Dynamites are setting the pace with great starts to the season but the nature of this comp indicates that they will not have things all their own way.

In the Intermediate comp (U13-16s) Jinx have started the season in outstanding form and without wishing to 'jinx' them appear already to be the testing material. The Woopi Amcal girls finally started their campaign after a bye and a washout and were very impressive in defeating Woopi Doo.

Results - Juniors: Milkshakes d Purple Pirates 33-3; Dynamites d Woopi Wipeouts 25-5; The Stingers drew with Pink Highlites 16 all. Round 2: Washed Out. Round 3: Purple Pirates d Woopi Wipeouts 23-18; Milkshakes d Pink Highlites 21-12; Dynamites d The Stingers 30-12. Intermediate: Kryptonite d Woopi Doo 29-16; Jinx d Seaview Tavern 42-9; Woopi Amcal bye. Round 2: Washed Out. Round 3: Woopi Amcal d Woopi Doo 32-23; Jinx d Kryptonite 38-29; Seaview Tavern bye.

Draw for Round 4 this Saturday, May 9:

10.00am - Net Set Go (seven- to nine-year-olds).

11.30am - Juniors: Woopi Wipeouts v Pink Highlites, Milkshakes v The Stingers, Purple Pirates v Dynamites.

12.45pm - Intermediates: Kryptonite v Seaview Tavern, Jinx v Woopi Amcal, Woopi Doo bye.

2.00pm - Div 1: Freestylers v Complete Safety, 3.15pm Sunbirds v JDR Earthmoving Repairs, Seaview Tavern bye.

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