A 55-goal drubbing

Euroa A grade far too good for hapless Dogs

Kelly Hill

BIG DECISION: Euroa netballer Jess Bakker looked for an opportunity against Tatura last weekend, with teammate Stasia Martin-Trotter in the background. PHOTO: Supplied by Kelly Hill

SOME impressive games of netball were on display in beautiful conditions at Tatura Park last Saturday, with the Euroa girls coming away with two wins from four on the day.

A GRADE

The Euroa A Grade girls were unstoppable against the less-fancied Bulldog ladies, and came away with an emphatic 55-goal victory.

Euroa started in dominant fashion, piling on 21 first-quarter goals and restricting Tatura to only 4 for the term.

Much of the same followed in the second term, with Euroa adding another 19 to their tally, while holding Tatura to only 3, and saw the Euroa girls take a very handy 40-6 lead into half time.

Kali Guilmartin was sensational for Euroa at goal-attack, transitioning the ball beautifully and then hitting the circle to convert 28 first half goals.

Kelly Hill and Maisie Barlow also earned the praise of coach Jenny Barlow for active, solid first-half performances.

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