Avenel's A-grade netball side rebounds from loss with good performance against Violet Town.CHALPAT SONTI July 23, 2014 3:10am
Jacinta Jamison gets up high as teammates Paige Hockley (obscured), Sarah D'Orria and Kasey Szydlowski watch on in the A-grade game.
Avenel’s A-grade netball side got back into the winners circle on Saturday with a comfortable 57-25 win at Violet Town.
The fourth-placed Swans were a bit despondent after losing to Stanhope the previous week but took control early at the Towners’ home court.
Well led by midcourters Kelly Smith and Sarah D’Orria, Avenel was able to make several positional changes as well. Joss Roche had a go in the shooting circle and Kasey Szydlowski likewise at the other end.
It was a happy coach Anita Lynch afterwards.
‘‘We knew that there were areas we had to work on from last week and we did work on our breaking and consistency over four quarters,’’ she said.
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