Can you believe it netball fans… we are already halfway through the 2014 Court Craft Night Interdistrict competition! We’ve already seen some great netball four rounds in, and with some tight contests within the divisions we are bound to see that action continue until the beginning of December.
Check how your favourite team is faring so far in the 2014 twilight competition…
Liverpool City are undefeated in top spot on goal differential, with second-placed Manly-Warringah also yet to drop a game. It sets up an exciting match next Tuesday evening when the two sides go head-to-head for the first time this season.
Rounding out the division is Baulkham Hills (third), St George (fourth), Eastwood Ryde (fifth) and Randwick (sixth), with Round 5 starting at 7pm next Tuesday 4 November.
Following in the footsteps of the top division, first place Northern Suburbs and second place Bankstown City will meet in Round 5 with both teams yet to drop a game so far this season. Northern Suburbs holds top spot on goal differential, however anything could happen when they meet at 8:30pm next Tuesday evening.
Manly-Warringah sit in third ahead of Sutherland Shire on goal differential, while Blacktown City and Penrith District make up the tail end.
Baulkham Hills leads Division 3, with a slim two-goal loss to Illawarra (third) their only loss for this season. Parramatta Auburn sit ahead of Illawarra on goal differential having defeated the southern side by three goals last round.
Parramatta Auburn will meet Hills District, Illawarra meets St George, and Sutherland Shire will take on ladder-leaders Baulkham Hills from 8:30pm next Tuesday.
Liverpool City remains the only undefeated side so far this season, leading Baulkham Hills (second), Hills District (third), Eastwood Ryde (fourth), Parramatta Auburn (fifth), and Hawkesbury City (sixth).
The contest to watch in Round 5 will be between Eastwood Ryde and Hills District with the two sides separated by goal differential with two wins and two losses to their names so far.
Ku-ring-gai are yet to drop a game with four straight wins so far this season. They lead Bankstown City and Manly-Warringah in second and third, who are separated by goal differential with three wins and a loss to their names.
Blacktown City, Penrith District and Sutherland Shire round up Division 5, with the next round to commence next Monday 3 November at 8:30pm.
Eastwood Ryde leads Division 6 with four straight wins to their name. Ku-ring-gai are in second with Inner Western Suburbs in third. It sets up an exciting contest for Round 5 with first and second going head-to-head at 7pm next Monday.
Rounding out the table is City of Sydney/Sydney Uni (fourth), Liverpool City (fifth) and Hills District (sixth).
Just one win separates first-placed Baulkham Hills and second-placed Randwick, with the ladder leaders yet to drop a game this season. They’re closely followed by Inner Western Suburbs and Northern Suburbs (separated by goal differential in third and fourth), Hills District (fifth), and Blue Mountains (sixth).
The action continues next Monday from 8:30pm.
Bankstown City leads the nine-team Division 8, with Blacktown City and Illawarra rounding out the top three after four rounds. Inner Western Suburbs will enjoy the Bye next Monday while Blacktown (second) meet Hawkesbury City (eighth) and Blue Mountains (fourth) take on Parramatta Auburn (seventh).
Rounding out the Round 5 fixture will be ladder-leaders Bankstown City taking on St George (sixth), while Camden & District (fifth) meets Illawarra (third).
Eastwood Ryde have leapfrogged Hawkesbury City to claim top spot after the second-placed side dropped their first game of the season last round. It’s a tight contest in the ten-team Division 9, with the top five teams all separated by goal differential.
The game to watch in round 5 will be between the top two teams, Eastwood Ryde and Hawkesbury City, who will take the court at 7pm next Thursday 6 November.