The 2017 Bing Lee State Championship – Masters took place on Saturday and Sunday, 20-21 May, at the Genea Netball Centre in what was a wonderful weekend of netball action.
Sixteen teams, made up of 173 athletes, contested the Over 35’s and Over 40’s divisions, and played a combined 400 games over the two days.
The event also featured 34 committed umpires who oversaw championships.
Netball NSW would like to take this opportunity to congratulate everyone who took part, especially with winners and runners-up from each division.
State Masters – Over 35’s
Nine teams contested this division and, after playing 16 games, Manly Warringah were crowned champions, winning it by three points ahead second-placed Hastings Valley. Manly Warringah scored an impressive 483 goals over the weekend and were the highest scoring team in both divisions by 156 goals.
State Masters – Over 40’s
Seven eager teams competed in the Over 40’s division, playing 12 games throughout the Championships. The winners were Gosford, six points clear of second placed Wyong District. A notable achievement for Gosford was their impressive defence, which only conceded 182 goals – the lowest amount of any team in either division.
More information: Claire Dale – Competitions Manager, Netball NSW | (02) 9951 5005 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Full 2017 results available in graphic below