The current lock-downs have seen the tables take a turn as the remainder of the season for the Eagles was deemed finalised, resulting in the Eagles winning the premierships. The Eagles continued to climb the ladder throughout the year, going from strength to strength, dominating the competition. Despite not being able to fight it out for the final win, the Eagles have proved their spot at the top and should celebrate their well earned spectacular achievement.
The Magpies young and old are anxiously awaiting the end of lock down following group 10’s announcements of the amended version of the season finals. The games going ahead will depend solely on the advice of NSW health and the timeline of the current lock down. All ages across both clubs are eager to get out of their lockdown and play, however the possibility of that occurring is growing slimmer with each extension of the stay at home orders. Everyone involved is keeping fingers and toes crossed in hopes of some games going ahead before the end of the 2021 season all together.
The netball community were disappointed to hear of the necessary decision of Netball New South Wales to cancel all major competitions due to be played in September and October, including the HART Country Challenge, Regional State Cup and Masters state titles and Social Masters. With the health and safety of the players their highest priority, they announced the difficult call on the 24th of August. Hopes of games still going ahead locally once restrictions lift remains high, however like many young sport players in Cowra and across the country, their hands are tied as they wait for the ease in the stay at home orders.
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