THERE has been some talented junior teams on double-figure undefeated runs across the district in 2017.
At least three local sides had not lost a game as of last Friday, with the contests heating up at the business end of the season.
In the netball ranks, the Swan Valley Anglican Community School’s U15 Division 1 team was on a 10-0 run in the Swan Districts Netball Association competition.
They were two games clear of Illusions, who had an 8-3 record.
The season finishes at the end of August, with the final game this weekend.
On the soccer field, Perth Hills United and Kalamunda United were enjoying double-figure runs without having lost a game. Perth Hills had won 13-straight in Football West’s U12 South Division 4 league.
They led Canning City SC, who had a 10-4 record.
Kalamunda had also won 13 matches, but had drawn one to give them a 13-1-0 undefeated run in the U13 South Division 2 standings.
Behind them was Perth Hills holding an 11-1-2 record.
The soccer season also finishes at the end of August.
Time running out to nominate
Our search for the top local sports stars of 2017 is drawing to an end.
Don’t forget, as well as the young talent on the field, track or pool, we also want to reward:
n A top volunteer or coach through the Service to Sport category;
n A team that shows fairness and sportsmanship; and
n A young athlete who plays their sport with great spirit.
The overall winners of each of the Junior Sports Star individual and team categories will receive $1000, the Young Sporting Spirit winners will receive $500 and the Service to Sport winner will also receive $500. Some will then be in the running for regional, state and national awards.
Nominate at www.localsportsstars.com.au – entries close August 31.