Sport lovers unite and fight to win
SOCIAL mixed netball has started at the Killarney Recreation Centre with seven teams nominating for the competition.
Spokesperson Sharon Cooper said that they have over 70 people put their name down to play social netball in the Killarney competition that started on Monday night.
Sharon said there will be three games each Monday night with the first game starting at 6pm.
The Recreation Centre when built was made to accommodate indoor sports.
Sharon said they marked the court last week and games got under way on Monday night.
Anyone wishing to join in should come along to the recreation centre on Monday evening.
Last Saturday saw a large crowd at the Charlie Andrews Oval for the Xylon Smith Memorial Shield between the Killarney Cutters and the Warwick Cowboys A Grade Team.
With the score 42-6 in favour of the Cowboys the day wasn't that much about having a big win but more about mates playing mates and club against club for a former player that played for both the Cutters and the Cowboys.
Also on the day the Tenterfield Tigers made their way down to Killarney to play the Warwick Reserve Grade team. Starting the afternoon of footy was the ladies league tag game between the Killarney Cutters Ladies and the 2014 League Tag Premiers the Tenterfield Tigers.
This was the first time the Killarney ladies played league tag and were happy to have score two converted tries against the 70 points the well fancied Tenterfield ladies team scored.
Tenterfield Tigers Megg Landers had praise for the Killarney ladies after the games saying that there is some good ladies among their team and with more games they will get the hang of the game.
Megg said to her team mates that how we were a few years ago when we started playing
The Tenterfield Ladies League tag side has been playing League tag for four years.
Any ladies wishing to join the Killarney ladies in league tag can come along to training on Tuesday and Friday evening at Charlie Andrews Oval in Killarney.
See photos from the weekend here...