ROC Netball Club

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The Rythdale Officer Cardina (ROC) Netball Club is a netball club based in Officer with teams competing in the Casey Cardinia Football Netball League Division (CCFNL).

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A Grade
 
ROC 34 lost to Berwick 65


B Grade
 
ROC 32 lost to Berwick 43


C Grade
 
ROC 16 lost to Berwick 32

ROC produced a strong first quarter to be in touch with Berwick at quarter time. Berwick then spent the next three quarters showing everyone why they currently sit atop of the ladder. There were promising patches of play from ROC that show that they are capable of matching it with the top teams if they can produce a consistent effort. If the girls continue to work hard and increase their determination as a team it will give the opportunity for the results to follow.
-Tanya


D Grade
 
ROC 28 lost to Berwick 34

In cold conditions (with hail) the team bounced back from previous weeks to put on an exhibition game against Berwick. It was close at every change only losing it in the last quarter by 6 goals. The teams never say die attitude and 100% effort at training and on the court came to fruition to show that when we have key positions filled we can match it with the top of the table teams.Be proud ladies.
-Rose


17 Red
 
ROC 59 def Berwick 27


17 White

ROC 27 lost to Berwick 29
 

15 Red
 
ROC 21 def Berwick 12


15 White

ROC 28 def Berwick 7
 
After a couple of losses in a row and a tight loss to Berwick earlier in the season, the ROC girls came out with something to prove. A fast start and no intention of slowing down saw ROC secure a great win against Berwick. It was fantastic to see everything that has been practised at training being put together on court. The team proved to themselves what they are really capable of.  Great game girls, keep up the hard work!
-Tanya


13 Red
 
ROC 21 def Berwick 12

A great four quarter effort by the team this week.  Holding Berwick to only 4 goals in the first half and running away with a 9 goal win in the end.  I was impressed with everyone putting into practice what we have been doing in training, lots of strong leads, creating space and defending strong when we didn't have the ball.  We created many turn overs which were turned into goals and ran out the game strong.  I needed 9 awards this week however this week it went to Christopher for stopping the WA, driving out of defence and picking up many turnovers as well.
-Shane


13 White

ROC 30 def Berwick 3

Match Reports - Round Summary's

A Grade
 
ROC 26 lost to pakenham 63


B Grade
 
ROC 46 def pakenham 35


C Grade
 
ROC 29 def pakenham 16

After a steady and level first half, a change to our goaling combo finally broke the game open in the third quarter and ROC took control of the match. The ROC defenders had control of rebounds, the mid court were moving the ball down the court fluently and the goalers worked hard to evade a tight defence. Every player gave 110% and it was one of the best matches to view from the sidelines all year. It’s great to see our training paying off and all players should be very proud of themselves.
-Tanya


D Grade
 
ROC 26 lost to pakenham 61


17 Red
 
ROC 46 def pakenham 15


17 White

ROC 25 lost to pakenham 39
 

15 Red
 
ROC 24 drew with pakenham 24


15 White

ROC 11 lost to pakenham 12
 
It’s definitely a tight competition in the 15 White division as was shown by another close contest between ROC and Pakenham. ROC came away with the points in the first meeting and Pakenham came out determined to turn the tables second time around. It was a tough day for goalers in windy conditions and defenders at both ends made the most of rebounding opportunities. After trailing all game, ROC worked hard and crept to the front in the final quarter, but credit to Pakenham to stepped it up again to have the lead on the final siren.
-Tanya


13 Red
 
ROC 20 def pakenham 15

Lots of positives this week, we were strong all over the court with great pressure on the ball and everybody working hard as a team.  A slow first half and a bit, but the second half of the 3rd quater saw us go from 3 goals down to 4 goals up.  We finished off the good work in the last to win by 5 goals.  Lets aim for a full 4 quarter effort against pakenham.  Award this week to Shannon, her hard work in defence this week was outstanding stopping the tough Pakenham goalers.
-Shane


13 White

ROC 14 lost to pakenham 14

Match Reports - Round Summary's

A Grade
 
ROC 30 lost to Beaconsfield 63

Girls started the game well with the endeavor and commitment that i ask of them. The game started to slip away as beacy started to hit their straps, and unfortunatley the girls could  not hold on, against a very good opposition. I was very pleased that the girls tried consistantly to implement changes we have been working on. Look forward to the challenge that is Pakenham and all i can ask is we give a good account of ourselves against another quality opponent. Well Done Girls
-Scott


B Grade
 
ROC 42 lost to Beaconsfield 44


C Grade
 
ROC 29 lost to Beaconsfield 42

Despite the loss, it was a positive game for ROC. After a bit of annihilation earlier in the year, ROC came out ready to prove a point. With more new players in the team it was great to see the adjustments they made for each other on court. The girls have developed a realization of what they are capable of and with increased commitment to training and the team game it is exciting what is possible for the rest of the season.
-Tanya


D Grade
 
ROC 18 lost to Beaconsfield 58

At our home courts ROC d grade received a netball lesson from ladder leaders Beaconsfield, losing by 40 goals. The girls have come a long way this season so will bounce back for next weeks game against Pakenham.
-Rose


17 Red
 
ROC 48 def Beaconsfield 26

Girls had a good win against beacy, all girls played there part and the result was a good one. In the coming weeks we will start preparing ourselves in readiness for the finals, but first things first we look forward to playing this week against Pakenham. Well Done Girls.
-Scott


17 White

ROC 21 def Beaconsfield 20
 

15 Red
 
ROC 13 lost to Beaconsfield 22

The girls had a huge fight on tier hands from the very beginning, coming up against a strong and determined Beaconsfield team. We had some terrific sets of play and didn't lose it in any particular area or part of the game. I'm very proud of the improvement in every single player and would like to congratulate all my little ROCettes on their fantastic team spirit - we'll get them during finals! Go ROC
-Larry


15 White

ROC 19 lost to Beaconsfield 24
 
It was a tough four quarters against a strong Beaconsfield side. A slow start and some errors allowed Beacy to capitalise on the score board, causing ROC to chase for the whole game. The girls worked hard to create opportunity but were being held up by a strong Beaconsfield defence who ensured they were able to hold onto a win. Back to training with renewed focus will hopefully see the girls return to the winners list.
-Tanya


13 Red
 
ROC 18 lost to Beaconsfield 25

Fantastic game this week against a very strong Beaconsfield team. We matched them for three quaters, only down by 3 going into the last.  Unfortunatly we fell away to lose by 7 but can definatly hold our heads high considering we lost by 16 last time we met and were completely outplayed.  Great effort very proud coaches :)  Award went to Eb this week after a stella performance in Defence.
-Shane


13 White

ROC 6 lost to Beaconsfield 27
 
Without their "normal" superstar coach Dotti, the girls turned up bright eyed and bushy tailed to play some great netball. These girls are seriously so young and have some fantastic potential - it makes me very excited to watch this group of girls work their way through the ranks at the club.  There were some great sets of play and I was delighted to have been able to coach you all - don't forget your VITAMINS!!! Go baby ROCettes!!!!
-Larry

Match Reports - Round Summary's

A Grade
 
ROC 28 lost to Doveton 61

Good effort by the girls to show they have made improvements since the last time the teams met closing the margin by 10 goals. There is still a lot of improvement in this group but it is going to take persistence and hard work to become a competitive team in this competition. Look forward to the challenge that is Beaconsfield and hope we can again show our improvement.


B Grade
 
ROC 37 lost to Doveton 40

Hard fought game in tough weather conditions.  Solid defensive effort with some fantastic attacking plays; great 3rd atr, but unfortunately consistency couldn’t be maintained and Doveton came out with a narrow but deserved win.


C Grade
 
ROC 36 def Doveton 25

Wind, rain and cold are never ideal conditions for netball, but that wasn’t going to stop C Grade this week as they continue their winning run. An even first quarter allowed players to adjust to the conditions and then take control of the game. Our usual game plan was hindered by a slippery court, but the girls adapted well, steadied and took the safe path to goal. Everyone is working hard defensively to create turnovers and it is impressive to see the team gel more each week. Missing players due to injury and holidays, we thank Katelyn Vincent for stepping on court and playing a part and Lauren Ward for staying wrapped in the blanket ‘just in case!’.
-Tanya


D Grade
 
ROC 39 def Doveton 37

We were fortunate to be playing indoor on a a cold winters day against Doveton. Everyone put In a. great effort to transfer training skills to game day and accommodate new playing positions. We achieved our goal of winning the third quarter and were ahead all day except for the last quarter when we dropped our bundle and let Doveton back into the game, only winning by 2 goals.
-Rose


17 Red
 
ROC 52 def Doveton 18

In pretty ordinary conditions, raining and windy most of the game the girls played well; and had another convincing victory. Looking forward to the break this week and we will prepare ourselves to take on Beacy.  Good games played by Ash Barnett & Sam Neil, finally it was good to have back Jamie Armstrong who returned after injury.


17 White

ROC 57 def Doveton 17
 

15 Red
 
ROC 30 def Doveton 1

A slow start to the U/15 Red girls on Saturday against Doveton.  However with half the team having played in a 4 day tournament in the preceeding days we knew it was going to test our mentality and strength as a team.  Sure enough the girls came out firing in the last 3 quarters to deekp doveton to a minimal 1 gals and scoring 30 of our own.  Congratulations girls, youre improving each and every week – watch out Beacy we’re ready this time! GO ROCettes!!!
-Sidney


15 White

ROC 32 def Doveton 15
 
It was the perfect day to play indoors against Doveton and the girls made the most of avoiding the elements. Sharp shooting from Tessa and Em C along with tight defence from Taylah and Courtney made it tough for the opposition to convert. Midcourters Bianca, Em W and Steph kept running all game, providing opportunity for the goalers. With a couple of players missing, it was a good four quarter performance by the team which resulted in another strong win. Thank you to Molly and Kate for keeping the bench warm!
-Tanya


13 Red
 
ROC 14 lost to Doveton 32

We were always going to be up against it this week, a stronger Doveton than we played last time, three players unavailable and going into the game with a straight seven.  As we were short this week we borrowed Zoe from the White team, she was super excited to play with us.  Our first quarter was pretty competitive, although we lost the quarter i thought we still did very well.  The second quarter was not what i expected, losing it by 11 goals.  A few changes in the third quarter and only lost the 3rd by 1, we finished with a strong last quarter and won the last by 1 but the damage was already done.  A good game by all considering the circumstances with players forced to be played out of position.  Special thanks to Dotti for giving us Zoe for the game and of course big thanks to Zoe.  Zoe played very strong in defence all game picking up many intercepts and taking out the award for this week.
-Shane

 

13 White

ROC 14 lost to Doveton 19
 
Great improvement from our first match against Doveton.  Defence played great, shooters didn’t miss much.  We were really lucky to be inside on a rainy day.

 

Match Reports - Round Summary's

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