SGPS's Emersyn Burton stretches to her full extent during the PSSA Knock Out between South Grafton Primary School and Bilambil Primary School, which was held at Grafton. Photo JoJo Newby / The Daily Examiner
SGPS's Emersyn Burton stretches to her full extent during the PSSA Knock Out between South Grafton Primary School and Bilambil Primary School, which was held at Grafton. Photo JoJo Newby / The Daily Examiner Jojo Newby

Representative netball trials

SUNDAY was the first of the two trial days for GNA representative netball.

The day was well attended but players who were unable to take part in last week's session will have to attend Sunday's session as it will be their last opportunity to make the representative teams for the 2013 netball season.

The tryouts, set to commence at 9am on Sunday, are for all players turning 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 in 2013.

The selection committee will choose squads that will train until February when the final team will be announced.

For more information contact Cathy Walls on 6642. 7518 or come to control on Saturdays.

 

  •  NOMINATIONS are now being accepted for all Grafton Netball executive positions.

If you are interested in playing a part in the running of Grafton Netball, grab a nomination form from control, fill it in and put it in the locked box available. Nominations close on Saturday, September 15 at 4pm.

Time to think about how you could help your clubs that play under Grafton Netball next year. Each club should have two delegates in attendance each month.

 

  •  SEMI-finals were played in all divisions last weekend.

This week the losers from the major semi-finals will play the winner of the minor semi-finals.

Scorers must sit together on the sideline for each netball game, scorers should be one person from each team.

Time slots for this week's games are 12.30, 1.45 and 3pm. (See draw at bottom right).

 

  • IN the 11/12 Div 2 elimination final NS Divas will play CVAS Mystics after they downed NS Funky Monkeys in the minor semi-final.

Rhino Getemgirls moved through to the grand final after getting the better of NS Divas in the major semi.

City Dolphins kept their premiership dreams alive by downing CVAS Fury in the Intermediate minor semi-final.

They will take on Wiggles in the sudden-death final on Saturday.

In B2 grade, Tucabia Legends advanced to the grand final with an impressive 31-20 win over CVAS Diamonds.

Diamonds will take on GHS Radicals on Saturday.

Roches are through to the A-grade grand final after downing City Waratahs 29-22.

Waratahs will take on Tucabia Opals on Saturday after they downed SSB 35-30 in a hard-fought minor semi-final.

In B1 grade Rhino Flying Power sealed their place in the decider with a 30-23 victory over SSB Top Shelf in the major semi-final.

Top Shelf will get another chance when they line up against Rhino Super Southies in the elimination final.

Umpires are reminded that they need to wear white for umpiring finals. If your name is down to umpire and you can't make it let Bonnie Bruce know.



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