The second day’s play of the 2015 Netball NSW State Age Championships has concluded at Baulkham Hills, Eastwood Ryde, Penrith District and Hawkesbury City Netball Associations.
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Manly Warringah is leading the way in the 15/U Championship division after Day 2 having recorded 11 wins and two draws. Liverpool City are a point behind Manly on 23-points, with host Association Baulkham Hills also in contention on 22-points, as is Ku-ring-gai who are further two points back.
Liverpool City’s six from six on Day 2 saw them leapfrog Sutherland at the top of the 14/U Championship division ladder by a slim one point margin. Campbelltown are a further point back on 22-points, with Penrith District also in contention on 21.
Both Baulkham Hills and Wyong have lost just the one game over the first two days, spilt only by goals for/against. Manly Warringah has the best goal difference in the division and are just one point behind the ladder-leaders. However, all three will be looking over their shoulders with Illawarra only a win off top spot.
Liverpool City and Wyong sit atop the ladder on 22-points after Day 2 action, however the latter has a game in hand. Manly Warringah are hot on their heels with 20-points, and both Sutherland Shire and Illawarra are still in the hunt on 16-points apiece.
15/U DIVISION TWO
The top four teams are spread across only two points on the ladder. Orange (21), Blue Mountains (20), Charlestown (20) and Ballina (19) lead three teams on 18-points; Kiama, St George and Great Lakes.
14/U DIVISION TWO
Wagga Wagga sit atop the ladder on 21-points but have played a game more than the chasing pack. Lakeside sit a point back but have a superior goals for/against over the ladder-leaders, and don’t rule out Orange who are currently in third on 18-points.
13/U DIVISION TWO
One point is all that separates each of the top three contenders in the 13/U Division Two Championship; Wagga Wagga, Lakeside and Blue Mountains continue to set the pace with the latter on 18-points. Both Charlestown and Inner Western are both on 15, with Hastings Valley and Bathurst on 14-points.
12/U DIVISION TWO
Hawkesbury City have not dropped a point from their 12 games heading into the final day, with Charlestown just one point behind in second with 23-points. Hastings Valley are ready to pounce on 21-points, with the Blue Mountains also in the hunt on 20-points.
15/U DIVISION THREE
Coffs Harbour sits on top of the 15/U Division 3 ladder at the end of the second day, recording five wins from five on Sunday and finishing with a 18-point tally. Westlakes are only a point behind Coffs, with Tamworth on 15-points and three teams on 14; Queanbeyan, Bathurst and Griffith.
14/U DIVISION THREE
Invitational side South Canberra leads all teams in the 14/U Division 3 ladder, falling to defeat just the once in 13 games. As they are invitational, they aren’t able to take out the title, which will delight Great Lakes who sit a point behind South Canberra on 23-points. Lower Clarence end Day 2 on 20-points and Shoalhaven only a further point behind.
13/U DIVISION THREE
It continues to be a tight race at the top of the 13/U Division 3 ladder with Muswellbrook currently leading the way on 23-points with Queanbeyan two points behind but have a game in hand. Barellan are a point back on 20 and then three teams sit on 18-points; Taree, Nambucca and Nelson Bay.
12/U DIVISION THREE
In a hotly contested Division, Mount Druitt completed Day 2 with five wins from five games to hold a one point lead at the top of the table on 18-points. Only goals for/against separates both Griffith and Westlakes on 17-points, with Eurobodalla only a point adrift.
15/U DIVISION FOUR
Grafton continue their perfect tournament with 12 wins from 12 after two days. Glen Innes has also been in great form, losing just the one game, with Woolgoolga only one point behind followed by Sapphire Coast, Leeton and Armidale.
14/U DIVISION FOUR
Mudgee stamped their mark on the competition today with a 100% record, putting a 3-point gap between themselves and Taree who are now second on 22-points. Day 1 leaders Forbes are still in the hunt a further point back, with Glen Innes on 20-points.
13/U DIVISION FOUR
Six teams are separated by only three points in one of the closest contests in this year’s Championships; Forbes (22), Woolgoolga (22), Brunswick (21), Casino (21), Blayney (19) and Scone (19).
12/U DIVISION FOUR
Only seven points separate seven teams, with Cowra maintaining their perfect record after two days, sitting atop on 24-points. Tumut sits three points adrift, Macleay and Barellan are both on 18-points, and then there’s a three way tie between Casino, Forbes and Leeton a further point back.
The final day of this year’s State Age Championships commences tomorrow morning, Monday 29 June.
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