Highlight for Lowe

ROSEDALE netballer Lorelle Lowe ticked off another achievement in her storied career at the weekend.

The Blues legend played her 300th senior match, with the team notching a convincing 65-24 win against Gormandale for the occasion.

Lowe has been with Rosedale netball since 1993, moving up through the ranks to eventually become A grade captain in 2010.

Her A grade career has been prolific, leading the team to an incredible five North Gippsland league premierships.

Individual accolades have also been plentiful, with Lowe winning a NGFNL A grade best-and-fairest in 2006 to go with four club best-and-fairests as well as three NGFNL team of the year gongs.

In an amazing timeline, Staci Scott coached Lowe to a junior premiership in 1998 and 20 years later coached her in A grade, a year in which Rosedale went through as premiers and champions.

The Rosedale connection extends beyond the netball court, with Lowe married to Blues’ 2001 football premiership player Chris, with whom they have two children, Blake and Marnie.

Lowe now joins Rosedale Football-Netball Club life members Alana Diamond, Debra Power and Eliza Heywood in the 300 club.

Sale City climbed to third place on the ladder, thanks to a 40-28 win against a previously undefeated Heyfield side.

Yarram scored a convincing 45-25 victory over Cowwarr.

The Saints are one of four teams yet to win at A grade level this season, with Yallourn-Yallourn North, Traralgon-Tyers United and Gormandale yet to celebrate success.

Churchill and Glengarry played out the first draw of the season, finishing 44-44.

Woodside continued its fine start with an emphatic 71-24 win over TTU.

Woodside holds sway in top spot from fellow unbeaten side Rosedale by virtue of superior percentage (192.9 to 184.5).