Day Two has all wrapped up at the 2014 Netball NSW State Age Championships at the Illawarra District and Campbelltown District Netball Associations.
With just one day of play remaining it sets up an exciting finish to the event.
To view Results, Fixtures and Competition Ladders, please visit the 2014 State Age Championships page. To view different age-divisions, simply choose via the drop down menu.
Sutherland Shire is the only team to remain undefeated after 15 games, claiming the sole pole position at the top of the ladder. Eastwood Ryde is in second place with three losses on Day 2 while Northern Suburbs had moved into third place followed by Baulkham Hills, Manly Warringah, Illawarra District and Blacktown City.
Liverpool City is on top of the 14/U Championship ladder for the second day running, with a clean sheet after 13 games. Sutherland Shire dropped just the one game on Day 2 to sit in second place, two competition points behind. Manly Warringah follows in third chased by Baulkham Hills, Campbelltown and Ku-ring-gai.
Newcastle leads the 13/U Championship division ahead of Sutherland Shire and Liverpool City – the top three unchanged from Day 1. At the end of Day 2 Wyong now sits in fourth with Randwick, Gosford and Manly Warringah leading the chasers.
Baulkham Hills and Manly Warringah are still only separated by goal differential at the top of the 12/U Championship ladder. Wyong held onto third place while Illawarra District has jumped into fourth. Sutherland Shire, Northern Suburbs, Randwick and Liverpool City.
15/U DIVISION TWO
Westlakes claims top spot after two days’ play. Charlestown, Camden & District and Inner Western Suburbs are all four competition points behind, separated by goal differential. Casino is just one more point back followed by Coffs Harbour and Woy Woy.
14/U DIVISION TWO
Inner Western Suburbs has moved into first place on the ladder with Camden & District one point back, and Lakeside a further point behind. Ballina, Kiama and Orange make up the top six.
13/U DIVISION TWO
Hosts Illawarra District have just the one loss to their name after 11 matches to lead their division. Parramatta Auburn, Inner Western Suburbs and Wagga Wagga are only two points back, split by goal differential across second to fourth place with Blacktown City, Orange and Cessnock in touch.
12/U DIVISION TWO
It is a tight race at the top of the ladder with Blacktown City, Blue Mountains and Maitland all on 18 points, with Parramatta Auburn and Inner Western Suburbs just one point behind on 17, split by goal differential. Wagga Wagga, Lakeside and City of Sydney make up the top eight.
15/U DIVISION THREE
Queanbeyan leads the way in 15/U Division Three with Ballina one point behind and Lismore a further point after that. Eurobodalla sits in fourth place followed by Armidale, Great Lakes and Grafton.
14/U DIVISION THREE
Maitland has jumped up into first place, leading Tamworth on goal differential. Westlakes trails them by one point followed by Nelson Bay, Cowra and Coffs Harbour. There is a large chasing group setting up an exciting final day of play.
13/U DIVISION THREE
Bathurst is still undefeated to sit atop the 13/U Division Three ladder. Barellan, Nelson Bay, Casino and Great Lakes are crowded in second to fifth followed by Lower Clarence, Scone, Southern Highlands, Gunnedah and Westlakes.
12/U DIVISION THREE
Dubbo and Southern Highlands are yet to drop a game, split only by goal differential atop the 12/U Division Three table. Bathurst follows closely behind with Grafton, Kiama, Barellan and Muswellbrook leading the pack that follows.
15/U DIVISION FOUR
The top five teams in 15/U Division Four are separated by only three competition points. Barellan is in first place at the end of Day 2 followed by Leeton, Tamworth, Gunnedah and Temora.
14/U DIVISION FOUR
Sapphire Coast leads 14/U Division Four heading into the final day of play. Sapphire Coasts sits ahead of Gunnedah on goal differential only. Armidale, Leeton and Inverell sit in third, fourth and fifth, only two points behind the top two, and also split by goals for and against setting up an exciting finish.
13/U DIVISION FOUR
Nambucca Valley claims top spot on the 13/U Division Four ladder ahead of Macleay and Forbes. Narrabri, Glen Innes and Condobolin wrap up the top six with the six teams split by only two competition points.
12/U DIVISION FOUR
Nambucca Valley and Eurobodalla have maintained their places as the top two in 12/U Division Four, still undefeated after 10 games, Eurobodalla’s record is blemished only by a draw. They are followed by Blayney, Mount Druitt, Nelson Bay and Cowra in the top six.
Play concludes tomorrow, Monday 30 June, at 8:30am at both Illawarra and Campbelltown, with the 2014 State Champions crowned on Monday afternoon.
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