Eagles show off strong scoring ability | Warrack 64 def Stawell 19

SHINING LIGHT: Ebony Summers stood out for Stawell in a tough loss to Warrack Eagles. She scored 15 of Stawell's 19 goals after moving from her predominant position in defence. Picture: PETER PICKERING

SHINING LIGHT: Ebony Summers stood out for Stawell in a tough loss to Warrack Eagles. She scored 15 of Stawell's 19 goals after moving from her predominant position in defence. Picture: PETER PICKERING

It was another tough day for Stawell’s A Grade netballers on the weekend, going down by 45 goals to the Warrack Eagles.

The Eagles blew the Warriors away from the beginning, scoring 17-3 to set the tone for a tough day for the visitors. 

Stawell began to attack better in the second term, scoring seven goals. The Eagles still scored freely, managing 16 goals.

The domination continued in the second half, as the Eagles scored 19 goals to six to top off their massive win. 

Megan Werner dominated up front for the home side, shooting 43 goals. Jessica Kelly was strong rotating through wing defence and goal defence as best on court for the Eagles. 

Ebony Summers proved valuable once again in attack for Stawell, shooting 15 goals. 

Maddison Jelly and Lisa Fleming shared the roles of goal defender and keeper as Stawell’s best on court. 

The Eagles sit two games clear in third position on the A Grade ladder.