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Fossils maintain dominant first-place ladder position after win over Townies in Broome netball

Cain AndrewsBroome Advertiser
Broome mixed netballers went head to head in round one of 2023.
Camera IconBroome mixed netballers went head to head in round one of 2023. Credit: Cain Andrews/Broome Advertiser/RegionalHUB

The best teams in Broome Recreational and Aquatic Centre’s mixed netball competition have started to float to the top after some dominant wins on February 20 as the less competitive teams start to sink to the bottom of the ladder.

In division one, the Orl Blaks destroyed the Freestylers 32-10, jumping from the fourth rung on the ladder to the second rung, while the Freestylers dropped to last place.

The Fossils took down the Townies by a impressive margin, 47-23, maintaining their spot at the top of the competition, while the Townies dropped to third place.

In division two, Should Know Better claimed victory over the All Net No Balls team 21-18, jumping to fourth place, while All Net No Balls dropped to fourth.

And Mix and Match just stole the win out from under Competitively Social, 29-22, keeping their top ladder rung position, while Competitively Social dropped from second place to third under Vicious and Delicious.

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