2021 VNSL ROUNDS 17 & 18

2021 VNSL ROUNDS 17 & 182021-05-28T08:59:07+10:00

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    DRAGONS 30 PULSE 51

    There were errors from both teams but it was Pulse who led at the end of the first quarter. Dragons played well and it was the GS Clinton and her sharp shooting that kept them in touch. The third quarter saw the return of Burger for Pulse. Funmi stepped forward with a few trader mark interceptions and Pulse were 10 ahead and there was no way back for Dragons.

    POTM: Rademan

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    STARS 32 BATH 45

    Both teams played below par with error rated in the twenties. Bath found their rhythm first but even then the connections didn’t quite click. Job done according to Dan Ryan but it was sloppy.

    POTM: Borger

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    Lightning 59 Dragons 35
    (HT 33-14 Lightning)

    Dragons lost the game in Q1. Lightning put 7 goals on the board before Dragons got their first and at the break the score was 21-4. Lightning emptied the bench on the second half and Dragons lifted their game and won the last quarter.

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    Thunder 55 Stars 43
    (HT 28-17)

    Stars came out fighting but were always struggling to match Thunder. Stars used 3 different GKs just in the first half. With this win Thunder have secured a place in the top 4.

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    Bath 48 Sirens 37
    (HT 30-17)

    We were all surprised that Vinkhumbo was not in the starting 7. Sadly it also reflected in the half time score. Sirens are often slow starters but without Vinkhumbo they never looked like coming back. It’s possible they were saving her for the Mavs game on Sunday. Either way when she did take to the court Sirens raised their game and won Q4 10-7, admittedly Bath had benched a couple of their stars but Sirens deserved that small win.

    POTM Shaw (Bath WA)

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    This is a great game. Wallam putting on a show again. But it’s 26-26 at 1/2 time.

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    Lightning move ahead in the third Q 45-38 and Fi Toner went down with a serious injury again.

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    Looked like she rolled her ankle in the slow mo.

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    Lightning 59 Rhinos 51
    (HT 26 all)

    There was no separating these teams until Q3. The introduction of Ella Clark and the lost of Toner could have been the turning point for both teams. it was hard fought game but there were also a number of sloppy errors from both teams.

    POTM Cholhok

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    Mavs 35 Sirens 41
    (HT 16-19 Sirens)

    This was a must win game for both teams if they want a chance of making the top 4. Sirens and their consistent play came out on top and it was well deserved. Quashie started for Mavs and Trip came on for Q2. Mavs did manage to level the scores but Sirens were more composed.

    POTM Beth Dix (Sirens WA)

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    Thunder 57 Storm 41
    (HT 29-21 Thunder)

    Thunder were always on top.

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    Rhinos 49 Storm 38

    No Priest for Storm but they put up a good fight. Overall it was always Rhinos game.

    POTM Hollingworth (Rhinos WA)

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