Day Two at the 2014 Netball NSW State Championships is all wrapped up with tight races across all divisions for this year’s crown.
Check out how the competition is shaping up in each division ahead of tomorrow’s (Monday 9 June) final day of play.
To view Results, Fixtures and Competition Ladders, please visit the 2014 State Championships page. To view different age-divisions, simply choose via the drop down menu.
Illawarra District ends Day 2 atop the 17U Championship ladder, narrowly leading Gosford, Manly-Warringah and Wyong with Baulkham Hills and Eastwood Ryde in hot pursuit. However, seventh to ninth-placed Ku-ring-gai, Randwick and Newcastle are all in touch.
17/U DIVISION TWO
Charlestown has held onto top spot on the 17U Division Two ladder, still undefeated after 14 games. Westlakes is not far behind. All teams enjoy a positive win-loss record at the end of Day 2 with ninth-placed Bathurst boasting seven wins, setting up an exciting final day of matches.
17/U DIVISION THREE
Gunnedah and Muswellbrook have traded spot at the top of the 17U Division Three ladder, with Gunnedah now in first place with just one loss against their name following 12 matches. Eurobodalla is in third, separated from Muswellbrook only on goal differential with Blayney, Sapphire Coast and Grafton all within three points.
Charlestown still holds a clean sheet, 10-0 at the end of Day 2. Newcastle, Blacktown City and Campbelltown are not far behind, with those four teams holding a small gap over Hills District, Hastings Valley and Gosford.
Orange are still in the lead in the Open Championship, with a three-point advantage over Gosford. It is a tight race in the Championship with the remaining seven teams only spread across five competition points, headed by Baulkham Hills and Charlestown.
OPEN DIVISION TWO
Queanbeyan has stepped up into first place to lead Wagga Wagga and Woolgoolga. Only one competition point separates the three teams with Great Lakes, Coffs Harbour, Goulburn, Wellington, Woy Woy and Tamworth not far behind – only seven competition points and goal differential splits all nine teams!
MASTERS (Over 35, Over 40, Over 45)
Over 35 – Baulkham Hills has taken over the lead in the Over 35 division at the end of the second day of play. Manly-Warringah is just one point back followed by Penrith District, Gosford, Hastings Valley and Wyong.
Over 40/45 – Northern Suburbs 40s is undefeated to sit atop the ladder over Over 40/45s. Hills District is the leading Over 45s team, sitting in second place on the combined ladder followed by Hills District 40s, St George 40s and Penrith District 40s.
The Championship concludes tomorrow Monday 9 June, when, at the end of day’s play, the 2014 State Champions will be crowned at both Campbelltown and Camden.
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