Morwell impresses at Maffra

Maffra C grade goal defence Brooke Anderson sees a lead from her centre Bree Burgiel. Photo: Sam Crothers

MORWELL impressed in comfortable 58-26 win at Maffra in Gippsland League netball on Saturday.

Daisy Hill had a big day, shooting 42 goals, as Tanya Budget and Chloe Radford shone for the fourth-placed Tigers.

Maffra was best-served by Jas Schellen, Emma Allman and Alex Gallatly.

Traralgon showed why it is a finals contender by defeating Sale 53-38.

The Maroons boast a percentage of more than 100 despite having a 2-4 win-loss record so far this season.

Traralgon was well-served by Saskia Eenjes and Caitlan Ponton.

The Magpies are now two wins and more than 20 percentage points adrift of fifth place.

Tori Dessent and Jenny Wrigglesworth were among Sale’s leading players.

Moe survived a fight from a plucky Drouin to extend its undefeated start to the season.

The Lions won an epic contest, 57-56, at home.

In the game of the season so far, one goal separated the sides at each change of ends, with the Hawks unlucky not to take at least two points away.

The victory sees the Lions hang on to top spot ahead of Leongatha on percentage.

The Parrots defeated Bairnsdale 67-21 away from home.

Wonthaggi powered into the top five thanks to a hard-fought 34-31 win over Warragul.