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U12s It was a perfect day for football on Saturday. James and the under 12s kept up their winnings ways with a strong win over Springbank.

Skipton 8.8 56 def Springbank 2.0 12. Awards to Thomas Gairdner, Andy Wills and Nicholas Bodman.

U15s remain undefeated on their way to the finals, whilst Springbank kept them on their toes during the game, they ran away with the win in the end. Skipton 6.9 45 def Springbank 1.2 8. Awards to Lachlan Maxted, Charlie Savage and Jesse Kennedy.

U18 Chris and boys had a hard day at the office with Springbank proving to be a handful. Our boys battled hard all day but were soundly beaten by a better team on the day. Skipton 1.0 6 def by Springbank 12.12 144. Awards to Campbell Corbett.

Reserves A good day for the reserves as they played in beautiful sunshine getting on top early and pulling away to win comfortably. Steve praised the team after the full time siren for effort and team work. Good job lads. Skipton 10.11 71 def Springbank 3.4 22. Awards to S Robson and J Robson.

Seniors The game was evenly contested early with both teams attacking the ball hard. Springbank got away from us during the second quarter kicking 6 goals. We pegged them back late but the margin was to great. They ran away winners in the end. Bad luck boys. Skipton 55 def by Springbank 72. Awards to Hamish Young and Mark Hoare.


It was a tough day on the netball court for our Skipton girls when we took on Springbank at home last Saturday.

13b Our youngest girls remain undefeated as our under 13b girls again put their best foot forward to take a big win 17 to 3. Great team play with tight pressure on the opposition and accurate shooting were highlights. Hannah meek and Lillian Barr received today's awards.

13a Springbank then seemed to grow significantly is size and stature as our under 13 a team came up against height in the goal ring. Tess Bingham and Destiny Frisby tried hard to receive the awards in the 20 to 32 goal loss.

15s The under 15 girls seemed to have it even harder and had trouble creating turnovers and holding onto their own centres was difficult due to Springbanks ability to intercept. In the end we went down 14 to 48 with Kate Gowans and Ceilidh Sheehan deserving the awards.

17s It was a little closer in the under 17 game with the scoreline 13 to 31 in a good game to watch. All girls were available this week and each played a role, giving their all in the fast paced game. Awards went to Josie Castles and Sophie Daniela.

Cgrade Erin Robertson was back again for the injury riddled c grade side this week and along with Ruby Bingham from the under 17s, took the awards in the 16 to 61 goal loss. Has been a tough year for consistency with c grade this year due to all the injuries and unfortunately this was evident against Springbanks class.

Bgrade again put it up to the opposition and until half time were in the thick of the action. Springbank then seemed to get their groove a little more settled and took the win 27 to 47. It was a good effort against the much higher placed team with some great efforts by all. Awards went to Hannah Smyth, Jaymee Crack and Amy Lodge.

Agrade Our a grade girls were going to be up against it taking on last years grand finalists. The polish of all Springbanks senior teams with fast, strong and long passes made for a tough match. We had some positive passages and great areas of play with 3 junior girls all taking to the court. The final score was 19 to 56 with awards to Ella McLean, Paige Follett and Annie Elliott.

This Saturday we have our last home game at the Emu Nest, make sure you call in to watch a game or catch up with everyone for a drink and dinner at the end of the day. Go Emus.

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