Day 2 of the 2018 Netball NSW State Championships has drawn to close after another fine day of action at Gosford Netball Association.
With just one day of play left before the 2018 State Champions are crowned (winners of Opens and 17/U Championship Divisions), here is how things are looking in the different divisions in the 50th hosting the iconic tournament.
For full results and standings please visit our dedicated State Championships webpage, but for now here’s a brief run-down.
Manly Warringah again remain undefeated after another full day of games. On 24 points, they’re well ahead of second and third-placed Wyong District and Lismore on 19 points each. Charlestown has dropped out of fourth place on Day 2, with Gosford moving ahead.
Open Division 2
Westlakes is still ahead of the pack for Day 2 on 24 points and zero losses, with Coffs Harbour dropping from second place to third place. Currently, Great Lakes have nabbed the number two spot, with Young & District in fourth position on 19 points.
Manly Warringah have shown their strength not only in the Open Champs division, but also 17/U. They’ve won all 11 games over the first two days to sit in first place, but Illawarra District may pose a threat, as they’re also on 22 points but sit in second place. They’re closely followed by Penrith District in third place and and Newcastle in fourth.
17/U Division 2
There’s been a shuffle of the leaderboard between Day 1 and Day 2, with Hills District dropping from first to second, and Bathurst moving up to grab the top spot at 26 points. Southern Fusion have also moved up to third place, and Ballina is now in the top four with 20 points.
17/U Division 3
Musswellbrook have made a triumphant return from third place yesterday to sit on top of the ladder after Day 2 with 26 points and only one loss. Brunswick Byron are also on 26 points but sit just behind as a result of goal average. Tamworth and Lower Clarence round out third and fourth place.
Netball NSW would like to thank the following Major Partners for their support of the 2018 State Championships: The Australian College of Physical Education, BBX, TAFE NSW, Bioglan and QBE Insurance.