• Glenrowan gains some points with draw

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    ALL EYES ON THE BALL: North Wangaratta’s Rachelle Knights and Tarrawingee’s Megan Freeman prepare to battle for possession of the ball during Saturday’s Oven and King netball clash. PHOTO: Luke Plummer

    GLENROWAN came as close as you can get to winning at the weekend, drawing 40-all with Bright at Pioneer Park.

    The Tigers were in front for three quarters but Bright refused to give up, clawing their way back into the game to post the draw.

    The draw gives the Tigers two points to their name for 2015, still chasing a win after nine rounds.

    Glenrowan coach Sharon De La Rue said the team was starting to gel midway through the season and the draw would make them hungry for a win.

    “I’m really happy with the way the girls continually work hard to improve and hold their heads up each week,” De La Rue said.

    Meanwhile, King Valley boosted its percentage with a 45 to 24 win over Benalla All Blacks, while Tarrawingee defeated North Wangaratta 57 to 36.

     

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