JUST who will take fifth spot on the A-grade netball ladder is far from decided in the Loddon Valley Football Netball League competition.
After 15 rounds, Bridgewater, Pyramid Hill and Newbridge are all locked on 28 points.
Pyramid Hill scored a crucial four-goal win in Saturday’s clash with Bridgewater on the court at Laser Plumbing Bendigo Oval in Bridgewater.
The Pyramid Hill line-up marked its seventh victory of the season and in the process jumped above Newbridge in the season standings.
Mitiamo was too strong for Newbridge at Riverside Park.
The third-placed Superoos won 57-44 on the Maroons’ court.
Bears Lagoon-Serpentine won a great battle with Marong.
The Bears triumphed 32-29 on their court at Serpentine Recreation Reserve.
The ladder-leading YCW racked up 60 goals in a big win against Inglewood at Hibernian Hotel Oval.
The Eagles soared to a 60-26 win against the Blues.
Calivil United had the bye.
In this Saturday’s 17th round, Calivil United takes on BL-Serpentine, Marong clashes with Bridgewater, Mitiamo plays Inglewood, and Pyramid Hill faces Newbridge. YCW has the bye.
Meanwhile, high-scoring matches were played in the 17th round of A-grade netball matches in the Heathcote District Football Netball League.
The ladder-leading North Bendigo struck back from its first defeat of the season by scoring a 62-30 win against Leitchville-Gunbower at Superior Roofing Oval in Atkins Street.
White Hills won 55-18 in its home game against Elmore at Tint-A-Car Oval.
The clash between the Hawks and Cats ended in a 71-22 victory for the Lockington-Bamawm United Cats on Huntly’s court.
Colbinabbin achieved a 68-18 win against Heathcote on the Grasshoppers’ turf at M.J. Morgan Reserve.
Mount Pleasant had the bye.