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No one had to do things the hard way in the VNL

IN this week’s VNL match of the round, it was the Melbourne University Lightning who recorded a solid win over the Southern Saints, 66-49. It was Melbourne Uni who skipped away to a nice early lead. Their smooth passing from the likes of Jordan Cransberg and Kelsie Rainbow saw shooters Mikaela Vaughan and Claudia Mawson […]

The finals race is heating up, but who can book their place?

THERE is only three weeks left of the 2022 Victorian Netball League (VNL) home and away season, so from here on out every win becomes more and more crucial. The top two are locked in, but only one win separates fourth and fifth, so there is certainly a lot still to play for. One game […]

Contrasting margins, but all make their mark on the ladder

ROUND 15 of the VNL saw quite the contrast in results across the league, with margins at the small and large ends of the scale, but all playing their part in how the ladder may end up. In the match of the round, the margin fit the former description, with the North East Blaze edging […]

Falcons fly high over Saints in VNL win

CITY West Falcons have proven too strong for Southern Saints, winning the first three quarters of their Victorian Netball League (VNL) contest on Wednesday night to secure the eight-goal victory. The Saints were competitive throughout the first half and kept fighting back into the contest, but a 20-12 third term in favour of the third […]

Saints and Falcons look to keep touch with top two

CITY West Falcons and Southern Saints will face off in a massive top four battle tonight in Round 14 of the Victorian Netball League (VNL) Championship Division. The third placed Falcons are just two points off Melbourne University Lightning and could leapfrog them if the Lightning lose, while the Saints are already six points behind […]

Big margins sees VNL winners head home happy

IN last night’s Victorian Netball League (VNL) action, close results were hard to find as those who emerged victorious did so by quite comfortable margins. That was no different in the match of the round between the Hawks and Boroondara Express, with the Express winning 59 to 49. The first quarter of that clash was […]

Top of the table clash highlights Round 13 of VNL

TONIGHT’S action in the Victorian Netball League (VNL) includes a potentially mouth-watering top two clash between the Geelong Cougars and the City West Falcons. The Cougars really have been the team to beat all season, and will be looking to maintain that status in the final month and a half of the season. Their only […]

Cougars crash Waves, Diamond can’t save the Demons

THIS week’s VNL match of the round went about as it was expected to on paper, with the Geelong Cougars absolutely dominating the Peninsula Waves to win 85-42. Although the beginning of the game was a close affair, Geelong blew the Waves out of the park in the third quarter, and the Waves were unable […]

VNL Round 12 Preview: Whose streak will continue?

THERE is a month and a half left of the VNL home and away season, with still so much exciting netball left for fans to enjoy. This week sees a match between two teams in very different positions on the ladder but went down to the wire last time. When Melbourne Uni played the Hawks […]

First Nations Round brings a whole lot of big wins

THE inaugural VNL First Nations’ Round brought big margins to those who emerged victorious from their matches last night. One of those teams was Melbourne University Lightning, who completely dominated the Ariels to win 59 to 41, and keep the Ariels’ winless run in tact. The first quarter of their clash was one of swinging […]

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