AYC Teams in Finals 2015


This year CAMRY 21 and under team have had 6 new players join the team and its been a big challenge for both the Coach and the players to form a winning combination.
As Coach I am pleased with their progress and consistency and the girls are eager and ready for finals. They have finished on top of the ladder and their main opposition is second placed Huon who is only I point behind.
Camry have a good blend of experience and youth at this level with most having played finals at some stage except Nicola Harper ad she cant wait to experience the finals thrill.
If the girls play to their ability and concentrate on the basics we can obtain the ultimate goal and win the Grand Final to give Camry 5 GRAND FINALS from 6 appearances.
The team members:
Nicola Harper, Amy Lawrence, Abbie Gregson, Maddi Tomkinson, Georgia Fleming, Hayley Gadd, Talia Hayton, Sarah Lovell, Kelsey Nichols, Ruby Singles.
Coach Peter Brockman


2015 has been a tough year for 21’s Rukus but they are still fighting and will once again play finals. Sitting in fourth spot on the ladder they will have a mammoth battle to back up with another Grand Final win.
Standing in their way are OHA, Kingston White and Huon, but never say die Rukus will Im sure give it their all with their eye on the top prize.
The team members:
Taylor Assmann, Courtney Ashlin, Gemma Blackburn, Pamela Mace, Emily McDonald, Emily White, Maddy Arnold, Erin Martin, Cree Price.
Coach Ellie O’Brien

3rd Grade TARAGO will it be 3rd time lucky?

Will it be 3rd time lucky for Tarago? They are sitting in second spot one win behind Kilburn. They have had a tough season with lots of injuries and will go into the finals with just 8 fit players. They are playing well at the moment and staying positive. Their defence end is strong and their goalies are quick and accurate, their centre court is also strong and they move the ball quickly and with precision. If they continue to play at their best and take their chances they could come out on top.
The team members:
Melita Bennett, Danielle Browning, Natalie George, Ann Griffiths, Cathy Jackson. Lauren Langridge, Cathy McKeown, Lisa Puglisi, Fiona Rhodes, Jessica Russell.
Coach Dean Jackson


17’S Lexus are looking to go all the way this year and take out the Grand Final in the 17’s and under Div (2) roster. They have looked quite comfortable against all opposition and this week we will see a preview to the 2nd semi final when they take on 2nd placed Kingston White.
For most of the girls this will be their second year in 17’s and they have welcomed Chelsea Assmann and Taya Hill from last years 15’s (2).
They are a talented and versatile team with lots of experience and plenty of height at both ends of the court.
They have had a few injuries lately but are confident that they will have 9 fit and healthy team members for the finals series.
The team members:
Chelsea Assmann, Claire Griffiths Taya Hill, Adella Jarvis, Bree Matthews, Justine McKeown, Samantha McKinlay, Emily Triffett, Alicia Williams.
Coach Annette Logan

Season 2015 AYC Kluger 13’s

With one round of the regular season to play AYC Kluger are second on the ladder and guaranteed a place in the finals.

It’s been a very competitive season with many games decided by a goal or two, including the only meeting with AYC Prius coached by the ruthless Taylor Assmann where Prius came away with a one goal win.

The finals look like delivering more close games with nothing separating the top 4 teams and any one of them could win the premiership.

We’ll be giving it everything we’ve got and see Prius as probably our toughest competition. They certainly like reminding us that they beat us and that they’ll do it again in the finals.

We’ve just been dealt a savage injury blow with key defender Nikita Duncan ruled out for 4 weeks and hoping to make it back in time for the grand final if we make it.

The girls have improved throughout the season, they all have a great attitude and are well placed and very hopeful of winning a premiership for their club.
The Team members are:
Nikita Duncan, Chloe Goodrick, Chelsea French, Annie Fox, Shari Henderson, Emily Holligan, Emily Klaffer, Caitie McKeown, Lilly Muller, Lisa Weston
Coach Dean Jackson


AYC have had a bumpy ride to the finals, with 11 wins, 5 loses and a draw.
The team has improved tremendously over the course of the season, with great play occurring all the way down the court.
The attacks are on their game, shooting 341 goals for the season- the 2nd highest of the whole division behind front runner South East Suns.
The defenders have being working really tight, not letting too much in, with only 292 goals scored against us for the whole season.
This will need to continue into finals if we have any chance of beating AYC Kluger, coached by Dean Jackson, as we are sitting 1 point behind in third spot.
Regardless of all the competition, especially between the two AYC teams, it is clear that the Prius team have what it takes to continue playing great netball for years to come!
So good luck in the finals, Dean, and let the best team win ( We do mean Prius!!!)
The Team Members are:
Grace Burbury, Montana Horne, Maddison Jackson, Grace Lyden, Tahlia Matthews, Holly mcConnon, Heidi Sowter,
Coaches Taylor Assmann and Adella Jarvis