Race for ONA’s lower division minor titles heating up as season nears crescendo

RACE IS ON: Life Studio Warriors' Laura Turner battles for possession with CSU Aggies' Hannah Wallace earlier this season. Both their sides are chasing division three leaders Hawks Terry White Chemist. Photo: JUDE KEOGH
RACE IS ON: Life Studio Warriors' Laura Turner battles for possession with CSU Aggies' Hannah Wallace earlier this season. Both their sides are chasing division three leaders Hawks Terry White Chemist. Photo: JUDE KEOGH

The races for Orange Netball Association’s lower division minor premierships are heating up, in a show of just how tight those competitions are there’s just two undefeated sides in divisions two through eight.

Hawks Terry White Chemist are undefeated in division three and The Redbacks haven’t lost a game in division six, while the former is just four points clear the latter leads the league by eight and looks a sure-thing for the minor title.

In division two Life Studio M&D is the front-runner while in division five Orange City Smoko Shed has top billing, CYMS Sapphires also sit on top in division eight.

Divisions four and seven remain anyone’s though.

In division four just five points separate competition leaders Kinross 3rds and fourth-placed Nemesis, while division seven is even tighter.

Just two points separates first from fourth in that league. Hawks Verto are on top and one point clear of OHS Cobras and KWS Vixens in a share of second, and OHS Chipmunks are just one point further back. Another 10 points separates fourth and fifth.

Orange Netball Association’s lower division competitions continue on Saturday.

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