The second day of the 2017 Samsung State Championships at Baulkham Hills Shire Netball Association has concluded and here is how things are shaping up at the top of each division.
With one day to go, things are really heating up in the race for state titles. We are looking forward to another great final day of action tomorrow.
For full results and standings please visit the State Championships website.
Newcastle and Randwick are playing amazing netball with both sides yet to lose after 11 wins each. The former lead the division on goals scored heading into the last day of competition.
Manly Warringah follow closely behind with nine wins from their 11 outings while Wyong District lead a chasing pack who are all tied on 14 points – the other teams are Illawarra District, Woolgoolga District, Charlestown, Charlestown and Queanbeyan.
Open Division Two
Bathurst maintained their unbeaten run on day two to finish the second day’s play with a perfect 12 wins from 12 outings.
Hawkesbury City are hot on their heels in second place with 11 wins from 13 outings with Glen Innes winning the same amount but sitting in third because of goal difference.
Quirindi have also lost just two games but have played a one less so sit fourth on the ladder.
Newcastle are still on fire in this division, scoring a 100 per cent 10 from 10 wins to be top of the ladder again after day two.
Charlestown are still in hot pursuit with eight wins from 10 games, but it’s quite a way back to Westlakes Districts and Maitland in third and fourth.
Bathurst remain in fifth while Tamworth were able to register their first win of the division on day two.
Manly Warringah lead this highly competitive division with 12 wins from 13 games, but they are just three points ahead of a big chasing pack.
Wagga Wagga (2nd), Penrith District (3rd), and Liverpool City (4th) are have all registered 10 wins from 13 games and are all tied on 21 points, three behind leaders Manly on 24.
17/U Division Two
Only four points separate the top four in this division after day two of the Championships.
As it stands Inner Western Suburbs are top of the pile, just one point clear of day one leaders Hastings Valley.
Barellan & District are just one point further behind in third place while Queanbeyan trail them by the same margin in fourth.
17/U Division Three
Shoalhaven and Glen Innes are still locked at the top of this division, both with 12 wins from 13 games.
Brunswick Byron stand alone in third with 10 wins from 13 outings while City of Sydney lead a pack of teams all tied on 18 points in the race for fourth place.
The others are Singleton, Tamworth and Wollondilly.