State Champs: Day 2 Wrap

Day Two of the 2015 Netball NSW State Championships has concluded in the Illawarra.

The stunning weather of the opening day continued on Sunday, with jumpers replacing t-shirts, and enthusiastic crowds surrounding all courts to cheer on the 1,300 competitors at this year’s event.

To view Results, Fixtures and Competition Ladders, please visit the State Championships page.  To view different age-divisions, simply choose via the drop down menu.

17/U CHAMPIONSHIP
Manly Warringah, Ku-ring-gai and Campbelltown & District are all equal on 22 points at the top of the 17/U Championship Ladder, however Ku-ring-gai have played one less game then their opponents heading into the final day of the Championships. Gosford is also in the hunt on 20 points from their 12 games and Liverpool City are fifth on 18 points.

17/U DIVISION TWO
Wagga Wagga close Day 2 with an unblemished 15-0 win-loss record to sit atop the 17/U Division Two ladder. Lakeside and Blue Mountains are both sitting on 26 points from their 13 games, with Lismore & District 2-points adrift on 24 points.

17/U DIVISION THREE
Six points separates seven teams at the top of the 17/U Division Three Ladder. Maitland and Sapphire Coast are both on 30 points, followed by Coffs Harbour on 28 points and Hastings Valley on 26 points who both have a game in hand on those above them on the Ladder.

21/U CHAMPIONSHIP
It looks like a two-way shootout between neighbouring Associations Newcastle and Charlestown, who both sit atop the 21/U Championship ladder on 28 points, ten points clear of Illawarra District who are currently in third.

OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP
Manly Warringah complete Day 2 having won all of their 12 games in this year’s Championships and lead both Ku-ring-gai and Randwick by 2-points who sit on 22 points apiece. Gosford and Charlestown are not far behind on 18 points, with last year’s Champions, Orange, on 16.

OPEN DIVISION TWO
Four points separates seven teams at the top of Open Division Two Ladder. Hastings Valley and Woy Woy will head into the final day’s play on 24-points, with Westlakes on 23, Lismore & District 22, and both Young & District and Nelson Bay on 21 points.

MASTERS (Over 35, Over 40, Over 45)
Over 35: Manly Warringah have a 14-0 win-loss record after two days of competition. They have strong opposition from Baulkham Hills Shire who are on 26 points, followed by Hills District on 20.

Over 40/45: The undefeated Manly 40s team lead this combined division with Hills 45s two points adrift on 22 points. Both will be looking over their shoulder with Penrith 45s and Wyong 45s on 18-points each.

The final day of action starts tomorrow morning, Monday 8 June, at 8:30am AEST.

Netball NSW would like to thank our Major Partners of the 2015 State Championships; The Athlete’s Foot, The Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE), BBX and Coast2Coast.