Twilight netball strikes chord

JUST when you thought the netball season had wrapped for another year, the Twilight competition tipping off tonight on Murwillumbah's Nullum Street courts has got players howling.

While no vampires have yet signed up, six teams have, and organisers are encouraging interested players to pop along and register.

Played under floodlights, the mixed-gender competition costs just $15 for players registered with Netball Queensland, and for that they enjoy 10 rounds of fast-paced action.

“For those that love the game as I do, a twilight competition is all that's available at this time of year,” Murwillumbah Netball president Beth Matsuto said. “It's a great way to keep fit and involved during the off-season, and more importantly have fun on a Tuesday night.

The competition runs through to December 8 and all teams must supply an umpire.

Tonight's action begins at 6pm, with Gabby's team taking on the Stars on court seven, Waratah Devils colliding with Cougars on court eight and Kim Vickery's team facing Dom Travaskis' team on court nine.



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