Camden Haven Netball Club raise key funds

Avisha Allport making a shot under pressure in the 12’s game.

THE Camden Haven Netball Club hosted our fundraiser day during Round 10 of the netball season.

After weeks of rainy weather, it was great to see teams and supporters enjoying the sun and clear skies on and off the court.

The fundraiser, aimed at raising funds for our clubs’ activities and equipment, featured a BBQ supported by club sponsors Taste Bakehouse, The Happy Butcher and Wiggly Tail Butcher.

Egg and bacon rolls were a hit with the club going through ten kilograms of bacon before 11am.

For those with a sweet tooth, the cake stall had an array of delicious goodies generously provided by the club members and supporters.

The centrepiece of the fundraising efforts was the raffle for a giant ten kilogram block of chocolate.

The club would like to thank players, supporters, sponsors and committee members from both past and present who helped out on the day, whether it was cooking the BBQ, selling raffle tickets or helping in the canteen, without you the day would not have been the success it was.

We would also like to thank all our sponsors for the support this year as it has allowed us provide all our players with training shirts and socks at no cost, introduce our amazing new uniform and some awesome new equipment that the players are loving at training.

The day wasn’t all about food and prizes, the courts were buzzing with games and supporters.

Our little Net Set Go team sponsored by Taste Bakehouse have improved so much over the season, starting to understand ball movement with score lines getting closer and closer.

Player of the Match was Ella who received a voucher for a milkshake from the team sponsor.

AE Gibson and Sons sponsors our 10’s team, who had a cracker of a game.

Most of these girls have never played before this year but our Player of the Match was Harper.

It just wasn’t their day for our 11’s, sponsored by Mirror Bay Oysters/Phil Dykes Automotive. After having two weeks off it can be hard to get back into the swing of things.

Ivy was awarded Player of the Match.

Final score 17-3.

JW Electrical 12’s also had a slow start after the long break but managed to claw back in the scoreline.

All the girls gave 110 percent but went down 27-20.

Player of the Match was Gemma.

Cadets 5, sponsored by JRB Joinery, had their first loss of the season.

The team started strong but wheels got a bit wobbly in the second quarter.

They picked themselves up and drew the third and won the last but it wasn’t enough to win the game going down 25-19.

Player of the Match was Lily.

Cadets 4, sponsored by Camden Haven Tyre and Brake, had an amazing win with great movement in and around the circle and great defensive hands over pressure which resulted with Maddi being awarded Player of the Match.

Final score was 27-20.

The Happy Butcher Cadets 3 were slow to start but made up for lost time in the second half, however it wasn’t enough to bring home the win.

Player of the Match was Indi.

Our Opens 4 team sponsored by Bold Espresso Bar had a tough game but tried to stick to the game plan.

This allowed them to come away with a 48-26 win.

Jazzy was awarded Player of the Match for her calmness under pressure and circle feeds.

The Tidy Earthworks Opens 3 team had a great game, plenty of turnovers and near perfect shooting allowed them a comfortable 52-27 win, remaining undefeated and on top of the ladder. Alex was awarded both Player of the Match and Epic Player of the round which is sponsored by Epic Burger Shack.

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