Six wins from seven games was the scoreline for the Stawell Warriors netballers in their clash against Minyip/Murtoa in the Wimmera Netball Association at Central Park last Saturday.
Warriors A graders after a run of outs returned as winners with a 47-34 win.
Maddi Jelly was a standout and was the recipient of the Warren Earthworks/Nash award while Lisa Fleming took out the Perry's Footwear/Subway award.
The B graders were in fine touch to eventually record a 70-41 win over the Burras.
In the awards Michaela Armer won the Westlift/Noodle Bar award and Kristy Matthews the Rumba Clothing award.
The wet conditions didn't deter the Warriors C graders on their way to a big 41-8 victory.
There was good ball movement down the court and Alicia Gooden intercepted well and was awarded the Byron Family/Subway award for her best on court performance.
Carlia Byron was another to stand out and was the recipient of the Deepcore Drilling award.
Warriors 17 and unders did start a little slow, but once they played one on one they created many turnovers and forced a 42-24 win.
Courtney Mcllvride was strong through the mid court taking out the Sportspower/Subway award, while the other award winners were Jordan Austin (Subway) and Darcie Jelly (Horsham Lanes and Games).
In the closest result of the day Warriors under 15A fought back for a 21-17 win.
After a slow start the team combined strongly in the second half with Tash Reading (Gold Reef Clothing) and Bonnie Mcllvride (Subway) the award winners.
Warriors 15B team was the only team to suffer a loss and they went down 9-34 to a much stronger Burras combination.
The team defended well early, but unfortunately couldn't maintain the pressure throughout the game.
Award winners were Bridget McGuickian (Grampians Pharmacy), Zoe McGregor (Subway) and Neve O'Shannessy (R&R Matthews).
The under 13s put in another top team performance to come away with an impressive 65-10 win.
Tess Marrow won the Gold Reef Clothing award and Taneya Burke the Subway award.