AS Busselton netball enters into the second half of its season, teams are now focusing on the pathway to finals.
Along with the competition ladder, goal average can play a major part in determining the top four positions in each division and which teams will battle it out for the premiership.
Georgiana Molloy’s ‘GMAS Georgie Girls’ met Aces Wild on Saturday in a must-win game for both under-15 division two teams.
With the help of centre Zoe Dickson, GMAS got off to a flying start with goal shooter Liana Mewett getting plenty of the ball.
Along with goal attack Nicola Stewart, the girls found the net with some great shooting.
Aces were a bit slow out of the blocks, before goal shooter Gracie Miller with wing defence Angelique Western stepped it up a notch and took on the GMAS defenders.
The scorecard started to look good for Aces and the girls fought their way back to be only two goals down at the halftime break, with the score 18-16.
GMAS had a poor third quarter and allowed Aces to quickly shoot eight goals to three to put Aces in the lead 26-21.
In what was shaping to be an Aces victory, the Georgie Girls would not give in and worked hard to set up a fourth-quarter thriller outscoring Aces by two goals in the last quarter, making the final score a 28-28 draw.
The result sends GMAS to second on the ladder with Aces Wild remaining in fifth position.