The Prahran Rep teams have had a busy couple of weeks competing at back to back tournaments including Sandringham on Sunday 2nd August and Whitehorse on Sunday 9th August.
Under 11 – Coaches Report
The Under 11 teams competed at both the Sandringham and Whitehorse Tournaments. At the Sandringham Tournament, team 1 had 2 wins and 3 losses (two of these were by only 1 goal) and team 2 had 1 draw and 4 losses (again two of these were by only 1 goal). Backing up the following week at the Whitehorse Tournament, both the Under 11 teams had some great results. Team 1 had 3 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses (these losses were all by 1 goal) and team 2 also had 3 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses. Congratulations girls on a great couple of weeks.
Under 13 – Team 1 – Coaches Report
The girls competed at the Whitehorse Tournament and after already winning a couple of tournaments this year, the team was determined to build on their winning record, despite being hampered by injuries. The girls put in a gallant effort finishing the day with an even amount of wins and losses, however they finished 4th just missing out on finals.
Under 13 – Team 2 – Coaches Report
The girls competed at the Sandringham Tournament and it was a tough day at the office for them, as they came up against some strong competition. Although they were unable to come away with any wins, they fought hard and stayed positive and produced a couple of close games for the day.
Under 15 – Team 1 – Coaches Report
The girls competed at the Sandringham Tournament with only 8 players for the day, including a couple of fill ins from team 2. They played some great netball winning 5 out of 6 games and finishing on top of the combined Pool A and Pool B ladder. In the crossover semi-finals the girls had a slow start and were down a few goals at half time. However they continued to fight back and with seconds to go they had the ball down in their goal area, however the siren went and they loss by one goal. Although so close, it was still a great effort by the girls.
Under 15 – Team 2 – Coaches Report
The girls competed at the Whitehorse Tournament and after an injury in the first game the team played the rest of the day with 8 players. They never gave up and played some higher ranked teams but still came away with a few wins to finish off a good day.