Day 1 of the 2019 HART Junior State Titles at the Baulkham Hills and Penrith District Netball Associations has drawn to a close.
There are two days of action to go and here is how things are looking at the top of the different divisions so far.
14U Division 1
Manly Warringah and Camden & District are undefeated and tied on points, but Manly is in the top spot. Ku-ring-gai (third) are just one point shy after a draw, while Charlestown (fourth) is another point behind.
14U Division 2
Gosford are leading the pack after non-stop victories, but are closely followed by Coffs Harbour with the same points. Inner Western Suburbs, Hawkesbury City and Blacktown City are in third, fourth and fifth, all on eight points.
14U Division 3
After notching five from five wins, Port Stephens are ahead on the leaderboard. However Ballina is a close second by just one point, with Griffith in third and Westlakes District in fourth.
14U Division 4
Kiama are the only team in this division to have gone through without a loss so far, and are rightfully in first place. Eurobodalla, Kurri Kurri and Parkes & District are evenly matched with the same amount of points, and are placed second to fourth consecutively.
13U Division 1
After Day One, only goal percentage separates the first four teams on the ladder, all having won five games and lost one. It’s Ku-ring-gai in the lead, however, with Baulkham Hills Shire (second), Campbelltown District (third) and Gosford (fourth) following close behind.
13U Division 2
The top three teams of this division remain undefeated – Barellan & District (first), Maitland (second) and Eastwood Ryde (third). Bathurst trails three points behind in fourth.
13U Division 3
Westlakes District made it through Day One without a single defeat, and as a result are in the coveted first place. Wollondilly are in second place and Singleton in third, both on the same amount of points (both played one more game than Westlakes, but lost). Cessnock is in fourth place, with fifth-placed Muswellbrook close behind.
13U Division 4
Another close contest for this division. Mudgee District, Casino and Kurri Kurri are undefeated after Day One, all with just goal percentage being the difference. Brunswick Byron are in fourth place on two points below, but so too is Sapphire Coast and Temora.
12U Division 1
There’s a real battle in this division, with the top five teams having won every match. However, a better goal percentage has decided the order, with Liverpool City, Penrith District, Wyong District, Sutherland Shire and Bankstown City from first to fifth place.
12U Division 2
Maitland is sitting on top of the ladder after 6 wins and 0 losses, while the following three teams are all dead-locked on 10 points apiece. Based on goal percentage, Inner Western Suburbs is second, Hastings Valley third and Wagga Wagga takes the fourth spot.
12U Division 3
Division 3 is eerily similar to Divsion 2 in terms of points. Griffith is undefeated, sitting in first with 12 points, while Southern Highlands (second), Westlakes District (third) and Mudgee District (fourth) all follow on 10 points. Nelson Bay is also on the same points, but their lower goal percentage has kept them out of the top four for now.
12U Division 4
Port Stephens are the ladder leaders of this division, but Narrabri are a close second on equal points. Inverell and Woolgoolga District follow in third and fourth, but Leeton (fifth) and Lower Clarence (sixth) are well in the hunt for a top four spot.
Netball NSW would also like to thank HART Sport, the naming rights partner of the Junior State Titles, and extend those thanks to the following official partners of the event: QBE, TAFE NSW, BBX and The Kids Cancer Project.
See the full match scores and ladder via MyNetball.