Blues bounce back

Sale City goal shooter Madeleine Rodwell takes a shot during the match against Yallourn-Yallourn North. Photo: Cathy Rodwell

ROSEDALE bounced back to form in North Gippsland netball by defeating Yarram 49-30 on Saturday.

The Blues stayed in third spot following the away win, but the result proved costly for the Demons, who dropped from fourth to sixth.

The beneficiaries were Sale City and Glengarry, both of whom recorded victories.

The Bulldogs notched up their fifth win with a 62-35 success over Yallourn-Yallourn North.

Glengarry marked Emily Whitty’s 150th game in fine style, defeating Traralgon-Tyers United 55-35.

Churchill maintained the pressure on ladder leader Woodside after defeating Gormandale 64-33.

The Cougars dictated proceedings throughout, with prime movers Rachael Loeschel and Kassie Meall in fine form.

The success keeps Churchill two points adrift of the Wildcats, who made it six wins from seven matches with a convincing 55-32 defeat of Heyfield.

Cowwarr had the bye.

Bombers drop out of top four

BOISDALE-Briagolong fell out of the East Gippsland netball top four after losing to Orbost-Snowy Rovers 46-43 on Saturday.

The Blues remain in second place after their victory at home.

Stratford lost to top side Wy Yung 44-39 at home. The Swans remain in sixth place, six points outside the top four.

Third-placed Lindenow was too strong for bottom side Lucknow, winning 73-12.Four points for the bye moved Lakes Entrance into the fourth spot.