Wimmera Netballers performing well at 2017 Pacific School Games

Grace Manserra, Eloise Wills, Maggie Caris and Lavinia Fox.
Grace Manserra, Eloise Wills, Maggie Caris and Lavinia Fox.

LAVINIA Fox and Maggie Caris remain undefeated after the first six rounds of representing Victoria at the Pacific School Games in Adelaide.

The Victorian 15 and under netball side started off with a comfortable win against the Northern Territory on Sunday morning and backed it up in the afternoon against South Australia.

On Monday morning the side won 56-23 against Budgies Indigenous Netball before backing up with a narrow 35-32 win against New South Wales in the afternoon.

Wednesday was the first chance for the side to face an international opponent when it came up against India.

The game resulted in a 39-7 win. A 38-18 win against Queensland in the early afternoon enabled the Victorians to maintain their unblemished record through the first three days.

Eloise Wills and Grace Manserra have also been enjoying the first few days of the games with the 12 and under netball side.

The girls started with wins against South Australia, Western Australia and the Australian Capital Territory on Sunday.

A 28-21 win against New South Wales followed first thing on Monday morning before the side defeated the Northern Territory 27-11 in the middle of the day.

Queensland were the first team to defeat the Victorian’s on Monday evening when it recorded a narrow 29-27 win.

The 12 and under side had a day off on Tuesday and will will play a further eight games before the games close on December 8.

The 15 and under side will play three more games before finals start on Thursday afternoon.