All one-sided netball affairs

JKM were big winners over Ay-Jays Café in their Round 7 game on Tuesday night.

All three of the Round 7 games of the Sen-ior Ladies Netball competition played on Tuesday night were one-sided affairs.
JKM Dynamic Fitness dominated their fast-paced game with Ay-Jays Café winning 60-17; Pumpettes started slow but finished strongly to beat Gumnuts 40-26; and Nymagee Magpies got off to a great start in their match with Real Steel and they never looked back to finish with a 41-23 win.
With the luxury of plenty of subs, JKM were able to maintain their high intensity of play throughout their match and spot-on shooting by Elleise Woodbridge saw them through to their high scoring 43 point win.
Playing with just five players, Pumpettes found it hard going in the first quarter of their match with Gumnuts and the scores were locked at 6-all at the first break.
The late injection of the fresh legs of Sosie Barton into Centre in the second quarter how-ever helped Pumpettes find a good playing rhythm and from there they controlled the game to finish with a 14 point win.
Nymagee Magpies, as it their custom, started their game strongly against Real Steel to be eight goals ahead at the first break. Real Steel matched them in the second but the Magpies dominated the second half to win by 18. In last week’s Round 6 games, Real Steel finished out in front in their match up with Gumnuts, 30-20.
Best & Fairest points were shared by Myah Sullivan (Real Steel), Maggie Watt (Gumnuts) and Stevie Toomey (Real Steel).
Divas were in great form in their match with JKM Dynamic Fitness to win their game 57-25. The Sportsmanship nominations went to Corinne McLeod (Divas) and Jasmine To-vakuta (JKM).
Nymagee Magpies were in sensational shooting form last week to finish with a big 63-17 win over a depleted Ay-Jays Café team.
Best & Fairest points went to Nymagee’s Mollie Harley and Elodie Manns and also Ay-Jays’ Mel Mills.