HUNTLY holds the Golden City Cup for another year after Saturday’s victory in round six of A-grade netball in the Bendigo Bank Heathcote District Football Netball Netball League.
The Hawks were determined to take the points in a crucial match on North Bendigo’s court at Hibo Hotel Oval in Atkins Street.
The Emily Eliades-coached Hawks had built a 20-goal lead during the contest and eventually won 53-39.
Huntly was desperate for the points on the rebound from a home-court loss to Mount Pleasant.
The Hawks’ best included Chloe Fletcher and Laura Parkhill.
The best on court medal went to North Bendigo’s Imogen Davies.
Mount Pleasant’s winning streak hit four after a 21-goal win at Toolleen against Lockington Bamawm United.
The Carine Comer-coached Blues withstood a strong challenge from LBU.
Goalshooter Liv Slattery was in hot form and capitalised on the work of Mount Pleasant centre Maeve Tupper.
Cats’ coach Jesse Hardess was her team’s best player.
The ladder-leading Elmore scored a 20-goal victory at home against Heathcote.
The closest result of the day was at Colbinabbin’s M.J. Morgan Reserve where the Grasshoppers held on for a four-goal win against Leitchville Gunbower.
In next Saturday’s seventh round, Huntly takes on Colbinabbin on the Hawks’ court at Strauch Reserve.
Lockington Bamawm United plays North Bendigo at Lockington.
Leitcvhille-Gunbower hosts Elmore at Leitchville.
Heathcote is back on the Saints’ court at Barrack Reserve to take on White Hills.
Mount Pleasant has the bye.
Written by Nathan Dole.