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Bendigo Bank Netball Competition
May 19, 2015
The 2015 Katanning Senior High School Netball Squad travelled to the Albany Leisure Centre on Thursday 30 April to compete in the annual Bendigo Bank Netball Competition. This year Katanning fielded six representative teams, one in each division.
The Senior Boys Team (Years 11 and 12) played a fast and furious style of netball under the expert coaching of Mr David Gardiner. They gave a fantastic display of athleticism which resulted in overall victory, claiming the title for the fifth time in the last eight years.
The Junior Girls Team (Years 7 and 8), coached by Mrs Richelle Warren played well all day, winning their way through to the division final. Ultimately the girls came away runner up champions being defeated in the final by Albany Senior High School.
The Senior Girls Team (Years 11 and 12) was coached by Mrs Shelley Norrish and dominated their opponents throughout the early rounds of the competition. They missed playing in the final by one point.
All representative teams played well, displaying excellent skills and the sportsmanship we have come to expect from our students.
A special thank you to our volunteer umpires Putri, Brittany, Krystal, Rohanie, Kiara and Olivia who controlled their games exceptionally well, often in trying circumstances.
The Health and Physical Education Department would also like to make special mention of the parent volunteers, Mrs Richelle Warren and Mrs Gail Butterworth who gave up their time to support what is a very important Physical Education excursion.