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Kangaroo Flat gets jump on Golden Square

Karly Elvey sends Kangaroo Flat forward against Golden Square. Picture: GLENN DANIELSKANGAROO Flat has maintained its stranglehold on top spot on the BFNL A-grade netball ladder, after a 12-goal win over Golden Square.
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The Roos warmed up for a top-two clash next weekend against Sandhurst, with a 48-36 victory at MyJet Oval.

Led by classy centre Chelsea Sartori and defender Alicia Gladman, Kangaroo Flat jumped their rivals to establish a 14-9 quarter time lead.

The Roos were able to extend their lead to eight at half time and by a further three goals at three quarter time.

A tight final quarter was statistically the Bulldogs’ best, but they were unable to make any inroads into the Roos’ lead.

It was the Bulldogs’ second straight loss, ahead of another tough clash against fifth-placed Maryborough at MyJet Oval.

Golden Square star Ashley Ryan looks to feed the ball to a teammate down court during Saturday’s BFNL clash against Kangaroo Flat. Picture: GLENN DANIELS

The Roos were given excellent service by young goal keeper Ruby Barkmeyer, who scored 22 of her team’s goals from 29 attempts.

The teenager was a perfect seven from seven shots in the second quarter.

She hailed the Roos’ quick start as the key to their second victory this season against the reigning premiers.

“We were very nervous going into the game, but we were able to get on top early and they couldn’t get back,” she said.

Chelsea Sartori was one of the arcitect’s behind Kangaroo Flat’s stirring win over Golden Square at MyJet Oval. Picture: GLENN DANIELS

“We were able to keep pushing the lead out.

“(Goal attack) Jame-Lee (Clohesy) played a really good game – she got best on-court.”

The win sets up an intriguing clash against Sandhurst at Bendigo Mazda Oval, with top spot on the ladder up for grans.

The Dragons continued their stunning form by easily defeating Strathfieldsaye 52-27.

The loss leaves the Storm one win behind fourth-placed Gisborne and fifth-placed Maryborough in the race to the finals.

A crucial clash against Kyneton looms for the Storm.

Gisborne’s season continues to gather momentum, with the Bulldogs producing a 30 goal win against Kyneton.

The Bulldogs led from go to whoa to record an emphatic 56-26 win.

Forty-two goals from Dayna McGough propelled Eaglehawk to its third win of the season, a 53-41 victory over South Bendigo.

Maryborough was too strongfor Castlemaine, winning 78-22 at Barkers Oval.

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