Kildare Catholic College open Tracey Gunson Shield campaign with 33-28 win over The Riverina Anglican College

ON THE MOVE: Kooringal High School goal shooter Katie Caller looks to get a pass away in the Tracey Gunson Shiled game against Wagga High School last week. Picture: Les Smith

ON THE MOVE: Kooringal High School goal shooter Katie Caller looks to get a pass away in the Tracey Gunson Shiled game against Wagga High School last week. Picture: Les Smith

Kildare Catholic College opened their Tracey Gunson Shield campaign with a hard-fought win over The Riverina Anglican College (TRAC) on Tuesday.

Kildare proved they will be a force in this year’s schoolgirl competition with a 33-28 win over TRAC at Wagga Netball Centre.

Kildare will take on Mater Dei Catholic College on Thursday to determine to the top of Pool A before next week’s semi-finals.

Kooringal High School look set to top Pool B after they had another strong win on Tuesday.

Kooringal were too good for Mount Austin High School, winning 44-5.

Wagga High School recorded their first win when they defeated Wagga Christian College 26-19.

Only a surprise loss to Christian College in Thursday’s final round could cost Kooringal a semi-final berth.

If successful, Kooringal will take on the loser of Kildare and Mater Dei.

The winner will face TRAC in the other semi-final, who have the bye on Thursday.

The final is on Tuesday, May 29, at 4.40pm.

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