THE clash between the second-placed White Hills and fourth-placed Huntly highlights this Saturday’s 10th round of A-grade netball in the Heathcote District Football Netball League season.
White Hills has home-court advantage for another big clash against the Hawks.
In eight matches, the Demons have chalked up a win-loss record of 7-1.
Sole defeat for the Hilles was a six-goal loss to the ladder-leading Colbinabbin in round seven.
White Hills started the season by scoring a 52-goal win on Huntly’s court at Strauch Reserve.
In their latest hit-out, the Demons beat Mount Pleasant by 39 goals.
Colbinabbin’s winning streak is likely to roll on at Elmore.
The Grasshoppers dominated last Saturday’s match at North Bendigo.
By the final whistle, Colbo led by 30 goals.
Elmore scored an 18-goal win against Heathcote, but faces a much stronger opponent this round.
Stung by 30-plus goal defeats last week, North Bendigo and Leitchville-Gunbower meet at Atkins Street.
At home, North Bendigo to take the points in a closely-fought duel.
After a dramatic one-goal victory last round, Lockington Bamawm United is at home again to play Mount Pleasant.
Heathcote has the bye.
Ladder in the HDFNL’s A-grade netball competition:
Colbinabbin 8 won, 0 lost, 0 drawn, 32 points, 187 per cent; White Hills 7 1 0 28 252; Mount Pleasant 5 3 0 20 110; Huntly 5 3 0 20 94; Elmore 4 3 1 18 87; North Bendigo 2 6 0 8 83; Lockington Bamawm United 2 6 0 8 57; Leitchville Gunbower 1 6 1 6 72; Heathcote 1 7 0 4 56.