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Vikings 54 d. Magpies 30
For St. Joseph's Elise Sandland, who kept her team in the hunt in the first half, shot at 62%; while her colleague, Amanda Schupelius, shot at 52%.
But as has been the case for some time now, things swung St. Joseph's way in the third quarter where they outscored their opponents by 4 Rolex Submariner Hulk
In a dramatic final quarter, it was Railways who shot the final two goals to win by that margin.
Railways seized the momentum in the second quarter and opened up a handy 4 goal buffer at half time.
For Railways, Maddy Chapman shot at 56% and Jaimee Trewartha at 50%.
goals to level the scores at three quarter time.
Sam Kondraciuk, who played superbly at Goal Defence, won Best Player.
However their goalies, just like Railways, need to shoot better in order to win these close contests that they continue to get involved in.
They took the opportunity to blood exciting and very talented junior Celeste Ticehurst and she performed very well and adjusted to the pace and intensity of A Grade excellently.
Both teams went into this match in equal second spot on the premiership ladder, separated only by percentage, and as has been the case between the top three teams for a number of weeks now, provided spectators with an epic contest.
This match was won in the second quarter, where the more experienced Vikings team outscored Magpies by 12 goals.
The comment was made to me last week that poor shooting is poor netball, so their goalies need to perform better.
The effort and interceptions by both sets of defences (Ange McAuliffe and Peyton Fuller for Railways and Sarah Schupelius and Sam Kondraciuk for St. Joseph's), was superb all day and is reflected in the low scoring percentages by the goalies on both sides.
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St. Joseph's showed me that they have matured as a side, and their teamwork and patterns stood up yet again under the fierce examination that Railways provide to each and every opponent that they play.
Ange and Sam also continually generated sensational interceptions in the centre third which were spectacular to Buy New Rolex Watches Uk
Vikings played their usual fast, precise passing game and all of their players contributed in a very even team performance.
Veteran Sandy Glamuzina won Best player.
before Vikings steadied and settled into their rhythm.
Early on the defences on both teams were on top and scoring was difficult, as could be seen in a 5 all score sheet at quarter time.
Railways beat St Joseph
Up for grabs obviously were second spot and a possible double chance going into the finals.
The teamwork and cohesion of Vikings in 2013 is exceptional, and it, along with the consistent performances given by every player every week, is one of the reasons why they are currently undefeated.
Railways 30 d St. Joseph's 28
There is a nice blend of experienced veterans and up and coming juniors that will continue to provide the basis for a strong side for years to come.
Ella Kirkham, Courtney Woolford and the ever reliable Dani Rosenwieg provide a stable centre third.
Sam Kondraciuk is having a superb season and is turning into a top defender.
Neither side was shooting well, with St. Joseph's shooting at 42% and Railways a mere 38%.
However both the opening and third quarters were quite even.
For Railways, despite having Ammy Singelton, Erin Pascoe, and Courtney Nowak unavailable, they continue to demonstrate why this club is so competitive due to Prada Bag Clutch its great depth.
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