Saints keep struggling Stawell win-less | Wimmera Netball Association 2017

POSITIONING: Maggie Clough (left) edges out Victoria Taylor. Clough was one of Stawell's best players for the day. The Saints move to sixth with their win, leaving Stawell on the bottom of the WNA table. Picture: Samantha Camarri.

POSITIONING: Maggie Clough (left) edges out Victoria Taylor. Clough was one of Stawell's best players for the day. The Saints move to sixth with their win, leaving Stawell on the bottom of the WNA table. Picture: Samantha Camarri.

Stawell remain the only win-less team in A Grade of the Wimmera Netball Association after a 10-goal loss to the Horsham Saints on Saturday. 

The Warriors fought hard in the 59-49 defeat at Coughlin Park.

After going into quarter-time with scores level at 15-15, the Warriors gave themselves a great chance to claim their first win. 

However the Saints blew the game away in the second term, scoring 18 goals to seven, a deficit too large for Stawell to return from.

The Warriors reduced the margin to five by three-quarter-time, but the Saints were too good in the end.

Maggie Caris scored 42-goals from 66 attempts for the Saints,

Caris’ goal circle partner Megan O’Connor finished with 17-goals as one of Horsham’s best.

Tarnee Oar continued her good form, while Maggie Clough shot 21-goals in an impressive performance for Stawell. 

Stawell’s B Grade side drew with the Saints, while the under-13 team came away with a 40-17 win.

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