Day 1 of the 2019 HART Senior State Titles at the Campbelltown and Camden & 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.
For full results and standings please visit the MyNetball Fixtures & Results page.
Opens Division 1
Newcastle are ladder leaders in the Opens Championship Division with six from six wins. Both on 11 points after a draw sit Randwick and Manly Warringah, in second and third place respectively. Close behind in fourth place is Hills District on 10 points.
Opens Division 2
Both Maitland and Ballina had seven straight wins today, but Maitland sit in first place with a higher score and match ratio. After just one loss, Lakeside sits in third place on 12 points, one point ahead of Dubbo.
17/U Division 1
Sitting on top of the ladder is Wyong District, the only team in this division to have won all six games. Ku-ring-gai are hot on their heels in second place after just one loss, while Eastwood Ryde and Gosford follow in third and fourth place.
17/U Division 2
Winning the top spot after six from six is Blacktown City, with Barellan & District just one point behind in second place. Blue Mountains and Maitland are in third and fourth and equal points after four wins, a loss and a draw.
17/U Division 3
Having played one more game than some other teams, Woy Woy Peninsula are in first position on the ladder with five wins and one draw, while second and third place Coffs Harbour and Brunswick Byron are both undefeated after five victories each. Armidale District rounds out the fourth spot.
17/U Division 4
It’s a tight top four in this division with all the teams on 10 points. Narrandera have a higher percentage, therefore taking first place, with West Wyalong, Scone & District and Forbes rounding out second, third and fourth place respectively.
15/U Division 1
This division is another tight one between the top teams, with the first three on 12 equal points. Northern Suburbs leads the pack, with Bankstown City and Penrith District following. Liverpool City takes the fourth place on 10 points.
15/U Division 2
Nambucca Valley are six from six and in first place, with Randwick and Scone & District in second and third place. Following these three teams in fourth place is Ilawarra District.
15/U Division 3
First placed Shoalhaven is two points ahead of the pack, with Nelson Bay, Tumut and Inverell all on 10 points in second, third and fourth place.
15/U Division 4
Kurri Kurri and Wyalong are both on 11 points, but it’s Kurri Kurri who sit on top of the ladder. Gilgandra are in third place and Mount Druitt in fourth after three wins, one loss and two draws.
See the full match scores and ladder via MyNetball.