Day 2 of 2019 HART Senior State Titles concludes

Day 2 of the 2019 Senior State Titles at the Campbelltown and Camden & District Netball Associations has drawn to a close.

There is now just one day left in the race to be crowned state champions and here is how things are looking at the top of the divisions so far.

For full results and standings please visit the MyNetball Fixtures & Results page.

Opens Division 1

Newcastle has continued their dominance into Day 2, going 12 games in total with a loss. Manly Warringah has jumped from third to second place today, with Randwick and Campbelltown District in third and fourth.

Opens Division 2

After another day of wins, Ballina now sits in first place, four points clear of Lakeside (second) and Ulladulla & Districts. Maitland, who were the ladder leaders of Day 1, have dropped to fourth place.

17/U Division 1

Ku-ring-gai is the leader of the pack after two days, with Penrith District one point behind in second place. Northern Suburbs (third) and Wyong District (fourth) had a successful second day, both moving themselves into the top four.  

17/U Division 2

Barellan & District had victories all day today, which has moved them into the number spot. Second-placed Blacktown City is three points behind, with Great Lakes and Inner Western Suburbs following.

17/U Division 3

Brunswick Byron are undefeated, rightfully claiming the first spot, with Coffs Harbour the second. Woy Woy Peninsula and Mudgee District round out the third and fourth finals spots.

17/U Division 4

The same four teams remain in the top spots after two days, but there’s been a bit of reshuffling. West Wyalong are on top of the ladder after just one loss, with Forbes (second), Narrandera (third) and Scone & District (fourth) behind.

15/U Division 1

Liverpool City has moved from fourth at the end of Day 1 to the number one spot after Day 2. Just two points separates the next three teams, Northern Suburbs (second), Penrith District (third) and Baulkham Hills Shire (fourth).

15/U Division 2

Nambucca Valley hasn’t moved from first place after another successful day, but Scone & District have moved up from third to second place. Ballina and Charlestown follow in the third and fourth spot.

15/U Division 3

Shoalhaven have won 13 from 13 after two days, leading the pack in fourth place. Following behind is Inverell, Nelson Bay and Tumut, with the latter two each on equal points.

15/U Division 4

Kurri Kurri retained first place for the second day running, with Mount Druitt moving up to second place from fourth yesterday. Gilgandra and West Wyalong sit in third and fourth place, both on 17 points.

See the full match scores and ladder via MyNetball.