GRFNL Netball Preliminary Final Preview | All clubs feature in netball preliminary finals


ALL six clubs in the Golden Rivers FNL feature in this Saturday’s netball preliminary finals at Macorna.

In A-grade it will be Macorna and Moulamein striving to advance to the September 16 grand final against Murrabit.

The match between the Tigers starts at 12.15pm.

Macorna is on the rebound from an 11-goal loss to Murrabit in the second semi-final.

The Swans began their finals campaign with a 44-33 victory in the first semi against Ultima.

This season’s meetings between Macorna and Moulamein stand at 2-1 in favour of the Tigers.

Moulamein won on Macorna’s court in the second round by 14 goals.

Past two hit-outs were at Moulamein where the Tigers won 48-44 in round six, and 52-33 in the 12th round.

It’s Moulamein against Macorna in the B-grade preliminary final at 1.30pm.

The Swans were beaten in last Saturday’s second semi clash with Murrabit by four goals.

Macorna marked a 14-goal win against Ultima in the first semi.

The Swans won their first two matches against the Tigers in the home-and-away series by 11 and five goals.

In the 12th round, Macorna won 44-40 on Moulamein’s court.

Ultima takes on Murrabit in the B-reserve preliminary final at 2.45pm.

The Kangaroos from Ultima are on the rebound from a 13-goal loss to Hay in the second semi.

Murrabit scored a 52-35 win against Macorna in the first semi.

This season’s record between the Kangaroos and Blues stands at 2-1 in favour of Ultima.

The Roos won 36-32 at Murrabit in round four.

It was 40-39 victory for the Blues at Ultima in the 10th round.

Latest meeting was the 15th round where Ultima won 53-25 in the Tigers’ den.

Hay takes on Wandella in the 17-under preliminary final from 11am.

The Hay Lions were outplayed in the second semi as Ultima won by 36 goals.

Wandella began its finals campaign with a 49-28 result against Moulamein in the first semi.

The Lions have won all three showdowns with the Kangaroos by margins of 10, 16 and 35 goals.

Preliminary final day begins with the 14-under match at 9.45am between Ultima and Hay.

The Kangaroos will aim to bounce back from a 31-44 loss to Murrabit in the second semi.

Hay beat Wandella in the first semi by 33 goals.

These teams met four times in the home-and-away series.

Ultima won in the season opener by 11 goals, and in 16th by nine goals.

The Lions ruled the court by margins of 13 in round seven, and by four in the 11th round.