Good Sports
 A two-goal thriller in Division 1 was the highlight as the Alice Springs Netball Association celebrated Indigenous Round on Saturday. Wests Epilogue defeated Federal Eastside White 44-42 after establishing a four-goal lead in the first term and then held on to its lead. Both teams were missing players from their nominated sides and had to call on their clubs' depth to field a team. Examples were Margaret Smith, Wests, and Tahlia Lee, Federal, not playing. Wests shooters Ebony Miller and
Matilda Hurben shared the scoring while Federal relied on Carly Ross, who scored 28 of the side's 31 goals to three-quarter time, before junior Izzy Ross came on for the final stanza.

Rovers Complete Construction scored 23 first quarter goals to Wests Gillen Club's seven on its way to a 60-33 victory. Wests hit back in the second term with Katelyn Douglass shooting 11 goals out of the team's 13 but Rovers added 11 of its own to hold a handy 14-goal lead at the long break. Federal Eastside Red shot a season record high score 93 goals in defeating recently promoted Rovers TDC, who scored 26 goals. Federal scored 20-plus goals in every quarter while Rovers best was nine It was TDC's first game in Division 1 after topping Division 2. Stacey Elliott had a good game at goal shooter for Rovers with 20 goals against Nellie Crellin and Brooke Schembri. Brooke Wilson shot 64 goals for Federal while Tegan Hatzimihail added 29 against a variety of defenders. Youngster Charlotte O'Neill played centre for four-quarters for Federal.

In Division 2, Rovers Complete Construction had a two-goal win, 42-40, against Wests Jaws Contracting. Wests used 10 players in the game with three _ Anne Thomson, Karina Foyle and Lauren Kavanagh _ playing all four stanzas. They all played three positions. Rovers used eight players with three _ Shana Ryan, Peter Nelson and Nicole Little _ playing the whole game with only Nelson staying in the same position. The other two played in three positions.

In Division 3, a two-goal thriller saw Giants GSD Solutions finish 40-38 over Federal Swifts. Federal led by a goal at quarter time but Giants was able to reverse this by the half-time break. Both teams scored 11 goals in the third quarter setting the scenario for a gripping final term. In the grade's other games Seasons defeated Federal Angels 67-20 and Seasons Flinders University defeated Neata Glass Giants 40-33. Giants Alice Springs Brewing Co defeated Rovers BnTz 42-35, Wests Ward Keller overcame Federal P&V Flames 41-20. The other games in the Division, Giants Alice Springs Brewing Co defeated Rovers BnTz 42-35 and Wests Footy Girls overcame Federal Queens 31-23.

There were three games with margins of eight or less in Division 4 while Wests Ward Keller defeated Federal P&V Flames 41-20. The closest game was a two-goal thriller with Giants GSD Solutions overcoming Federal Swifts 42-38. Federal led by a goal at quarter time but Giants was able to reverse this by the half-time break. The third quarter was even with both sides scoring 11 goals to set the scenario for an exciting final stanza. A strong finish gained Wests Loco Burrito a 42-36 win
against Raging Rovers in Division 4. Seasons defeated Wests Jaws Contracting 35-26, Giants Dreamers overcame Sundowners Club Eastside 31-20 and Giants Alice Kustom Paint Supplies had a 26-13 win against Sundowners Gap View Hotel.

The 17-and-under battle of the two Rovers teams ended with Ravens finishing on top of Wreckers 46-31, Federal Red continued on its winning way with a 61-31 victory against Rovers Raptors and Wests defeated Giants Bark 'n' Bath 47-26.

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