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In Pictures: Harvey Netball Association holds 2023 junior grade finals

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Sean Van Der WielenHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Fever goalkeeper Matilda Cumbers, 15, was grand final MVP. Here she defends a shot by Vixens’ Emme Narducci, 13.
Camera IconFever goalkeeper Matilda Cumbers, 15, was grand final MVP. Here she defends a shot by Vixens’ Emme Narducci, 13. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter

It was a great night of action at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre on September 18 as four teams battled it out for the junior two titles in this year’s Harvey Netball Association competition.

The Fever brought home the high school division grand final crown with a comfortable 40-23 victory over the Vixens, while the Jets scored a well-fought win against the Fever in the primary school division, winning the match 17-13.

Here are some of the pictures from the finals action.

Indigo Cox-Whelan, 12, goal defence, stepped it up in defence for the Jets in the primary school grand final.
Camera IconIndigo Cox-Whelan, 12, goal defence, stepped it up in defence for the Jets in the primary school grand final. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter

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Liam Hutchings, 8, took control in the centre for Jets in the primary school grand final.
Camera IconLiam Hutchings, 8, took control in the centre for Jets in the primary school grand final. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter
Indigo Cox-Whelan, 12, takes a pivotal intercept for the Jets in the primary school grand final.
Camera IconIndigo Cox-Whelan, 12, takes a pivotal intercept for the Jets in the primary school grand final. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter
Marli Blechynden, 9, was strong in defence for Jets, landing her the grand final MVP award for the primary school division.
Camera IconMarli Blechynden, 9, was strong in defence for Jets, landing her the grand final MVP award for the primary school division. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter
Ellise McAlinden, 15, from Vixens in wing defence assists her team in defence during the high school grand final.
Camera IconEllise McAlinden, 15, from Vixens in wing defence assists her team in defence during the high school grand final. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter
Alyssa Baggetta, 14, from Vixens played a strong game in defence for the high school grand final.
Camera IconAlyssa Baggetta, 14, from Vixens played a strong game in defence for the high school grand final. Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter
Vixens’ Beth Rutten, 16,  had the Fever shooters under pressure during the high school grand final
Camera IconVixens’ Beth Rutten, 16, had the Fever shooters under pressure during the high school grand final Credit: Sean Van Der Wielen/Harvey-Waroona Reporter

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