Perth Netball Association: Phantoms give competition a fright on way to minor premiership

Perth Netball Association: Phantoms give competition a fright on way to minor premiership

PHANTOMS defeated Sterling Saints 61-20 in the Perth Netball Association (PNA) open division one competition on Saturday finishing the season as minor premiers.

Scarborough had a one-goal 39-38 win over Classics (1), City Beach Surfers (1) beat City Beach (2) 39-33 and Aranmore Jets defeated Wembley 38-30.

In the junior division one competition, Classics (1) defeated John XXIII 47-30, Methodist Ladies’ College had a 42-24 win over Classics (2) and Perth College defeated City Beach 41-34.

Perth College beat MLC 32-27 in the Year 7-8 division one competition, Classics (1) defeated Classics (2) 40-22 and City Beach had a 54-24 win over JTC.

PNA announced its 2016 All Stars Team following the last game on Saturday with help from its patron, Curtin MHR Julie Bishop, and Town of Cambridge Mayor Keri Shannon.

Rochelle McKee (Phantoms), Lauren Nisbett (Classics), Heidi Wilson (Scarborough), Monique Ehlers (City Beach Surfers), Genevieve Ehlers (City Beach Surfers), Alexandra Moreton (Classics), Kacy Mazzini (Phantoms), Tess Cransberg (City Beach Surfers) and Tamara Hughes (Aranmore Jets) were named in this year’s All Stars Team.

Raia Killen won the Bette Allison Coaching Award, Fran Farrington was named Volunteer of the Year, Phantoms scored the most goals in season 2016 and Rochelle McKee from Phantoms won the Shirley Doornbusch MVP medal.