Kimba builds to 14-goal win

by admin on July 22nd, 2018

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A grade Ports lost toKimba40-54
Nanjing Night Net

THE sun shone as the A grade took to the court in the late game.

Right from the start whistle both teams showed their intent and some very quick passages by both sides saw a good even contest.

Both goalies for each team were finishing off the hard work of their team mates.

Ports had a few wayward passes late into the game, which the Kimba side made no mistake converting to see them have the upper hand with a two-goal break to end the quarter 14-16

The second quarter started off in the same fashion as the first with both sides working hard and pouncing on any errors.

Kimba goalies Ellen Zibell and Jessica Clements made no mistakes in sinking the ball through the ring.

Just whenyou thought the Kimba side wasgetting the upper hand and starting to get momentum to increase the gap, the Ports girls fought right back in the dying minutes and as the timer got up Tamika Rehn for Ports scored a much needed goal to end the quarter twogoals down, 24-26.

The beginning of the third quarter belonged to the Ports side who came out with fire in their bellies applying plenty of pressure all over the court forcing the Kimba side into error.

Nice shooting and moving by Port goalies Tamika Rehn and Carlie Hutchins saw Ports gain the lead by twogoals.

The Kimba side waslooking a bit rattled but not for long.

They resettled and turned the tables on the Ports side and a five-minute lapse saw the Tigers pounce and make the Ports side pay for every error.

Spot on shooting by Kimba goalies saw them gain control of the game and the scoreboard with the lead jumping out to sixgoals, 35-41.

In the final quarter Ports made some changes but unfortunately the buzz and the sting had gone and the Ports girls were not playing with the same intent.

The Kimba side stepped it up forcing Ports into silly errors and capitalizing by their goalies finishing it off with accurate shooting.

What started out asa close encounter somehow had blown out to a 14-goal defeat.

The Ports girls should be very proud playing a ripper first half and a good start to the third quarter.

When they can play a full solid fourquarters they will see a good end result.

The final score was 40-54.

For Ports the awards went to Tamika Rehn who had a good game in the ring and Lani Hartwig who ran all game.

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