The first day’s play of the 2015 Netball NSW State Age Championships has wrapped at both Baulkham Hills, Eastwood Ryde, Penrith District and Hawkesbury City Netball Associations.
After a foggy opening at Penrith, it was a beautiful day at all four venues as over 294 teams and supporters gathered to get the Championships underway.
Day 1 began with the Parade of Districts: View the 2015 Parade of Districts winners…
To view Results, Fixtures and Competition Ladders, please visit the 2015 State Age Championships page. To view different age-divisions, simply choose via the drop down menu.
Ku-ring-gai is leading the way in the 15/U Championship division after Day 1. Liverpool City, Baulkham Hills Shire and Wyong District all have five wins, one loss to their name while Manly Warringah is yet to lose, with four wins and two draws to make up the top five.
Sutherland Shire claim sole spot on top of the 14/U Championship ladder, with a 6-0 win-loss record at the end of Day 1. Liverpool City, Penrith, Campbelltown and Wyong are all just two points behind.
Three undefeated teams sit atop the 13/U Championship ladder split by goals for/against; Manly Warringah, Illawarra District and Wyong District with another three teams within three points; Baulkham Hills, Northern Suburbs and St George.
The undefeated Liverpool City lead the way after six games, one point ahead of Sutherland Shire, with Wyong a further point behind. The chasing pack is lead by Baulkham Hills and St George.
15/U DIVISION TWO
The top four teams are spread across only two points on the ladder. Kiama leads the way 6-0 after Day 1. Orange, St George and Blue Mountains all picked up five wins and one loss to open the tournament.
14/U DIVISION TWO
Wagga Wagga and Lakeside are both undefeated after the opening day’s play, however Wagga Wagga sits in top spot with six wins, Lakeside in second with five. Blue Mountains and Camden are separated on goals for/against in third and fourth.
13/U DIVISION TWO
Lakeside, Blue Mountains and Wagga Wagga are all undefeated at the end of Day 1 to sit first, second and third respectively on the 13/U Division 2 ladder with Parramatta Auburn, Hastings Valley and Charlestown close behind.
12/U DIVISION TWO
Four teams are yet to lose in the 12/U Division 2; Hawkesbury City is on top with 6 wins, Charlestown and Hastings Valley both boast five wins and a draw while Inner Western Suburbs has a clean sheet at the end of Day 1 with five wins from five games.
15/U DIVISION THREE
Westlakes sits on top of the 15/U Division 3 ladder at the end of the first day followed by Tamworth, Coffs Harbour and Bathurst, all two points behind.
14/U DIVISION THREE
The undefeated South Canberra leads all teams in the 14/U Division 3 ladder. Shoalhaven, Great Lakes and Lower Clarence end Day 1 with five wins and one loss to be just two points behind the ladder-leaders.
13/U DIVISION THREE
It is a tight race at the top of the 13/U Division 3 ladder with five teams all sitting on 10 competition points at the end of Day 1; Queanbeyan, Barellan, Muswellbrook, Nelson Bay and South Canberra.
12/U DIVISION THREE
It’s already a close battle on the ladder with six teams split by only one competition point and goals for/against. Griffith, Westlakes and Eurobodalla finished Day 1 with four wins and one draw apiece while Mount Druitt, Woy Woy and Great Lakes all have four wins and one loss to be hot on their heels.
15/U DIVISION FOUR
Grafton and Glen Innes are split only by goals for/against, both undefeated after six matches on the opening day of the Championship. Woolgoolga is only one point behind followed by Sapphire Coast, Taree and Tumut.
14/U DIVISION FOUR
No team made a clean sweep of Day 1 making for a tight race on the ladder in the 14/U Division 4. Forbes and Mudgee are on top with a draw their only blemish. Tumut, Glen Innes, Taree and Brunswick Byron are the closest chasers.
13/U DIVISION FOUR
Woolgoolga and Brunswick Byron are both on 11 points atop the 13/U Division 4 table. Forbes, Scone, Blayney and Casino are close behind.
12/U DIVISION FOUR
Cowra claims top spot on the 12/U Division 4 ladder with six wins on the opening day. Tumut is just one point behind with Macleay and Leeton just one more point back.
Play continues tomorrow morning, Sunday 28 June.
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