Broome Netball Association Reconciliation round a hard loss for Towns

Jane MurphyBroome Advertiser
Towns lost to Bulls, 38 to 33, losing the No. 2 spot on the leaderboard.
Camera IconTowns lost to Bulls, 38 to 33, losing the No. 2 spot on the leaderboard. Credit: Jane Murphy/Broome Advertiser

Reconciliation week saw an action-packed round of netball with one forfeit, two small-margin wins and one team knocked down the leaderboard.

It was an untimely forfeit in round six for the Broome Bullets who gave Pearlers an effortless 10-point win as a result and had them screaming ahead into the No. 2 spot on the leaderboard.

They stole their spot from Towns, who took their second loss of the season against Broome Bulls with a final five-point margin and score of 38 to 33.

But it is not over for Towns, as they will have their chance at redemption in the next round when they take on Pearlers.

Cable Beach again proved they were a force to be reckoned with in their match against Flames.

It was a close game throughout but Flames lost speed in the second half, losing by 13 points, a final score of 26 to 39.

Division two games saw Broome Saints Gold win against Broome Bulls Red, ending with a score of 25 to 34.

Cable Beach lost to Cable Beach Red, 30 to 44 and Broome Towns won over Flames with a nine-point margin 26 to 35.

Broome Bullets Reds screamed ahead of Broome Bulls White in division two winning 32-19, while Broome Saints Green lost against Broome Bullets Blacks 25 to 36.

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