Wildcats win at Heyfield

A charity match and lunch was held at Heyfield to support the Footprints Foundation. Woodside’s Laura Foat looks for an option.

A charity match and lunch was held at Heyfield to support the Footprints Foundation. Woodside’s Laura Foat looks for an option.

WOODSIDE defeated North Gippsland netball leader Heyfield 30-24 during the penultimate round on Saturday.

While they can’t claim the minor premiership, the victory will give the second-placed Wildcats confidence against ahead of the finals as they look to defend their premiership.

Sale City remains a chance to move into the top three after defeating Cowwarr 34-31.

The Bulldogs are only two points behind third-placed Glengarry, who they play this weekend.

The Magpies defeated Rosedale 47-43 at home.

Yarram sealed its place in the finals with a 34-28 home victory against Churchill. The fifth-placed Demons are eight points ahead of the Cougars in the sixth.

Gormandale defeated Traralgon-Tyers United 43-32 at home in the battle of the cellar dwellers.

Sale City’s Alleena Butcher passes forward during the NGFNL match against Cowwarr.

Sale City’s Alleena Butcher passes forward during the NGFNL match against Cowwarr.

THE race for the fourth and final spot in the East Gippsland netball finals will go down to the wire.

Fourth-placed Stratford is only two points ahead of Lakes Entrance in fifth.

This weekend, the Swans will host ladder leader Lindenow, while Lakes will host third-placed Orbost-Snowy Rovers.

On Saturday, Stratford defeated bottom side Paynesville 42-32, whole Lakes Entrance defeated Boisdale-Briagolong 57-41.

In the battle of the top two, Lindenow lost to Wy Yung 30-28.

Orbost-Snowy Rovers lost at home to Lucknow 54-46.

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