City Centre’s Lisa O’Donohue passes the ball to City WA Alice Dougherty.
City Centre’s Lisa O’Donohue passes the ball to City WA Alice Dougherty.

Storm brews in splendid victory

THE A reserve netball game began with Rhino Ivories’ Amy Stevenson and Kate Gordon taking a number of great intercepts to give their team the first few points on the board.

Rhino Storm fought back with Sandra Dahl and Trudy O’Mahony working well between each other to move the ball back to the Storm shooters. The score at end of the first quarter was six goals apiece.

Coming out in the second quarter, Storm’s Emily Durrington and Justine Clark made some strong plays for the ball, keeping Ivories Tanya Ditton and Karen Trstenjak on their toes.

Rhino’s finished the quarter three goals ahead with a halftime score of 15-12. Ivories came out strong in the third quarter with some quick, early intercepts and allowed Megan Darby and Tracey Patterson many opportunities to shoot.

Storm’s defences of Shona Muller along with Amee McGrath looked for any opportunity to intercept and send the ball down to the own shooters. Score by the end of third quarter was 22-17 to Storm.

By the last quarter, Ivories had given in to their opponents which allowed Storm to pull away. Final score was 30-21 to Rhino Storm.

A reserve

Rhino Storm 30 def Rhino Ivories 21

Other game results for A grade: RHINO Rampagers 42 def RHINO Strongbow 25 GHS Fitzgig 43 def CVAS Searles 5



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