Day 2 of the 2019 HART Junior State Titles at the Baulkham Hills and Penrith District Netball Associations has drawn to a close.
There is still one day of action to go but here is how things are looking at the top of the different divisions as teams push for honours.
14U Division 1
Manly Warringah lead the way and are yet to drop a game with a perfect 13-0 win ratio. However Ku-ring-gai are only three points behind with Camden & District (3rd) and Charlestown (4th) in close pursuit. Outside of that there are plenty of teams in striking distance with Liverpool City leading the chase.
14U Division 2
Only goal percentage separates Gosford and Blacktown City at the top of this division, and it’s the same scenario with Hawkesbury City and Wagga Wagga who are both only a point behind the top two. Inner Western Suburbs and Coffs Harbour will be eyeing top though as they are only a few points off the pace in fifth and sixth.
14U Division 3
With only one loss over the course of two days, Ballina are sitting pretty at the top with Port Stephens their nearest challengers, three points behind. Griffith and Manning Valley round out the top four, two points behind with only goal percentage between them. Brunswick Byron and Mudgee District are still in the running for honours too.
14U Division 4
A perfect 13 wins from 13 games puts Kiama on top here but Grafton, Parkes & District and Kurri Kurri (in that order) are in hot pursuit meaning this is one of the most hotly contested divisions across the whole competition. Eurobodalla, Woolgoogla District and Macleay lead the chasing pack.
13U Division 1
Perhaps the most contested division of all over the first few days, Penrith District lead the way on goal percentage over Manly Warringah, with Northern Suburbs and Gosford – also separated on goal percent – just a point behind. Three teams are a further point behind again: Ku-ring-gai, Campbelltown District and Newcastle.
13U Division 2
Maitland are yet to lose and hence lead the way on 26 points, three ahead of Barellan & District in second. Eastwood Ryde have only dropped two games, which is good for third spot with Inner Western Suburbs rounding out the top four, closely followed by Hawkesbury City.
13U Division 3
Westlakes District have continued their winning streak, with Muswellbrook in second place, jumping from fifth after Day One. Cessnock (third), like Muswellbrook are also on 20 points, with Nelson Bay in fourth.
13U Division 4
Ladder leaders Kurri Kurri are two points clear of Mudgee District, who are on 22 points. They’re closely chased by Brunswick Byron (third), Warren Junior (fourth) and Casino (fifth), who are all on the same points with just goal percentage separating them.
12U Division 1
This division is a tight one, with the top three teams on 24 points, but Penrith District are on top. Wyong District and Bankstown City follow behind, with Liverpool City a further one point below.
12U Division 2
Inner Western Suburbs have taken the top spot after two days of wins, with Maitland just two points behind in second place. Hastings Valley and Charlestown are in third and fourth, both on equal points,
12U Division 3
The top four teams yesterday have remained the same today, however there has been shuffling. Griffith is still number one after just one loss in 13 games, and Westlakes District has moved to second place on 22 points. Mudgee District is now in third on the same points, and Southern Highlands is in fourth.
12U Division 4
Port Stephens have remained in first place, with Lower Clarence also on the same points. Third-placed Woolgoolga District are also on the same points as Leeton.
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.