The opening day of the 2015 Netball NSW State Championships has all wrapped up in the Illawarra.
From a glorious sunrise, we were blessed with beautiful weather to enjoy the first day of three days of non-stop netball action!
Players, coaches, officials, volunteers and spectators from all across New South Wales enjoyed the first day of action following this morning’s Parade of Districts, which saw Hastings Valley crowned winners to get the day underway.
To view Results, Fixtures and Competition Ladders, please visit the State Championships page. To view different age-divisions, simply choose via the drop down menu.
An undefeated Ku-ring-gai lead all teams in the 17/U Championship division at the end of Day 1. They’re closely followed by Gosford, Campbelltown and Liverpool City who have all only dropped one game each to round out the top four.
17/U DIVISION TWO
Wagga Wagga close Day 1 with a 7-0 win-loss record to sit atop the 17/U Division Two ladder. Lakeside, Dubbo, Blue Mountains and Southern Highlands are all within three competition points of the ladder leaders.
17/U DIVISION THREE
Sapphire Coast are holding on to first place in the 17/U Division Three at the close of Day 1, undefeated after eight contests. Maitland, Coffs Harbour and Lake Cargellino make up the top four, split only by goal differential.
Newcastle leads Charlestown, hosts Illawarrra and Bathurst at the top of the 21/U Championship table. With Gosford and Wyong District the next two teams in the chasing pack.
Three undefeated teams are vying for top spot on the Open Championship ladder after the first day’s play; Manly, Randwick and Ku-ring-gai all have six wins from six fixtures with Northern Suburbs, Baulkham HIlls, Charlestown and Camden not far behind.
OPEN DIVISION TWO
West Lakes leads the Open Division Two, undefeated at the end of the opening day. Taree, Hastings Valley, Nelson Bay and Woy Woy are all just one competition point behind.
MASTERS (Over 35, Over 40, Over 45)
Over 35: Manly and Baulkham Hills are both undefeated at the end of Day 1 with Manly holding the edge with goals for/against. Gosford and Hastings Valley round out the top four, both with four wins and three losses to their name.
Over 40/45: The undefeated Manly 40s team lead this combined division with Wyong 45s, Hills 45s and Penrith District 45s spread across two points to make up the top four.
Play continues tomorrow morning, Sunday 7 June, at 8:30am.
Netball NSW would like to thank our Major Partners of the 2015 State Championships; The Athlete’s Foot, The Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE), BBX and Coast2Coast.