CMFNL Netball | Round 16 WRAP UP

Scores all tied up at Nyah’s court

A MEMORABLE A-grade netball contest between Nyah Nyah West United and Cohuna Kangas ended in a 41-all draw in Saturday’s 16th round of the Central Murray Football Netball League season.

The previous meeting between NNW and the Kangas ended in a nine-goal win for Cohuna at home.

Koondrook Barham and Tooleybuc Manangatang played out a closely-fought match at Barham.

The visitors won 45-40.

The Tigers from Woorinen marked a 44-26 win on their court against Tyntynder.

Lake Boga was in top form on Cohuna’s court.

The Magpies beat the Kangas, 50-33.

Swan Hill was too strong for Balranald at Alan Garden Reserve in Swan Hill.

The home team marked a 48-34 victory.

Mallee Eagles had the bye.


Central Murray FNL A-grade netball ladder:

Swan Hill 147 per cent, 50 points; Lake Boga 141.49, 48; Mallee Eagles 141.07, 48; Balranald 140, 46; Nyah Nyah West United 102, 26; Cohuna Kangas 97, 26; Woorinen 100.76, 24; Tooleybuc Manangatang 100.63, 24; Tyntynder 71, 16; Koondrook Barham 51, 4; Kerang 18, 0.


It’s Pride Round across the Central Murray next Saturday.

Tyntynder and Kerang clash at Alan Garden Reserve in Swan Hill.

Tooleybuc Manangatang takes on Swan Hill at Tooleybuc.

Lake Boga faces Mallee Eagles at Lake Boga Sports Club.

Balranald is on home turf at Greenham Park to play Nyah Nyah West United.

It’s the Kangas against the Tigers as Cohuna and Woorinen clash at Cohuna Recreation Reserve.

Koondrook Barham has the bye.


Written by Nathan Dole.

Photo Credit – Woorinen Football Netball Club Facebook