Match of the round heats up

Kalangadoo will look to the accuracy of Kori Collins to return to the winner's list against Kongorong this week.

Mid South East netball heads into Round 11 this week, with a couple of entertaining clashes set down.

Mount Burr v Glencoe

After a close contest in Round 2, both Mount Burr and Glencoe will fancy their chances of victory in what shapes up as the match of the round.

Glencoe’s defensive combination of Sarah Edwards and Chantelle Cocks will make Mount Burr goalies Ebony Clark and Zoe Brown earn every possession and fight for any potential rebounds.

The accuracy of Glencoe’s Malinda Markiewicz and Jenna Paproth will prove to be a focal point but the defensive pressure from Madi Haggett and Olivia Dean will mean Markiewicz and Paproth will earn every possession.

Laura Schultz will work hard for the Mozzies to keep Donna Jaeschke out of the game and the tussle between the two down the court will be one to watch.

After another close game, Mount Burr should have enough to claim the win.

Robe v Tantanoola

Robe hosts Tantanoola in what is set to be a tight contest.

The Tigers will look to redeem themselves after going down to the Roosters back in Round 2 by just five goals.

Tantanoola’s Kate Bromley and Tayla Rowe will put the pressure on Robe’s goalies, Sarah Laurie and Tori Gluyas, who will have to earn every possession and make every shot count.

The tussle between Halle Carter and Casey Walker on the wing will be one to watch, with both fighting for every ball.

Emma Gould and Jami Walker’s accuracy in the goal circle will be a focal point for the Tigers and they will need to convert accurately to keep the Roosters at bay.

After another tough battle, Robe may prove too much for Tantanoola and should claim the win.

Nangwarry v Hatherleigh

Hatherleigh heads to Nangwarry and would hope to rebound after their loss to Mount Burr last week.

Hatherleigh’s strength through the mid-court in Erin Watson and Tegan Telfer will allow them to pick off any loose balls and convert centre passes to add to their score.

The Eagles’ defensive combination of Demi Vanderhorst and Lara MacGregor will create pressure in the goal circle but Nangwarry’s Tahlia Wilson and Ange Pratt will earn every pass and utilise their scoring opportunities.

Shannon Higgins and Hayley Burner will apply plenty of pressure on Hatherleigh’s goalies with their interceptions and rebounds.

At the end of the day the Eagles will be too strong and come away with the points.

Kalangadoo v Kongorong

Kalangadoo will come out firing against Kongorong on Saturday after last week’s loss to Glencoe.

Tilah Buckingham and Evie Sealey will combine well in the goal circle, with Buckingham’s height and accuracy a focal point of Kongorong’s attack, along with accurate feeding from Rachael Perry and Kate Wright around the circle.

Kalangadoo’s Abbey Duncan and Kori Collins shoot with accuracy and move fluidly in the goal circle, while the defensive pressure from Lauren Kain and Reanna Weatherall will cause disruptions to the Hawks efforts.

Jayde Peacock and Kristy Egan will apply pressure and work the ball down the court with ease, as the Mapgies chase the win.

Kalangadoo will show too much strength for the young Kongorong roster and claim the points.