Great Southern netball predictions for round three

GOOD EFFORT: Yankalilla Inter 1 centre Jasmin Sieben takes possession although Victor Harbor's Shenay Walker has the attitude of not giving up.

GOOD EFFORT: Yankalilla Inter 1 centre Jasmin Sieben takes possession although Victor Harbor's Shenay Walker has the attitude of not giving up.

So after a small break, a touch of relaxation and a little too much indulgence of Easter eggs we now hit round three. I hope you all had time to enjoy the sunshine and spend time relaxing with family and friends. 

So onto round three and the first match is Yankalilla playing host to Goolwa. 

In the last couple of games Goolwa have been able to score goals more prolifically then Yankalilla and probably will continue this form in this game. Yankalilla will have their work cut out for them shutting down the tall goal circle options that Goolwa have.

Goolwa to win by 25.

The duel between Willunga and Myponga will be a tough, tight contest. Myponga have perhaps had an easier lead into this game and whilst they sit third and Willunga in seventh position, it is not a true reflection at this point of both teams form. 

Willunga has a consistent line-up and will be able to use this to their advantage this week.

In an extremely close game Willunga will just sneak over the line by 4.

Victor Harbor play host to Encounter Bay this week and it will be a tough day at the office for the young Bay girls who will find it difficult to match up against the stronger more experienced team from up the road. 

Victor Harbor will comfortably take the match by 35.

Another interesting game of the round will be when Mt Compass take on McLaren Vale. Vale has won one of their two games so far and they currently have a good goals for statistic, which is a real positive for their team. This is an area that they dominate over Compass and maybe an area the Compass defence will need to focus on if they are to get over the line. 

Hmm tough call, McLaren Vale by 2.

The final game of round three, which will be played on ANZAC Day, is the derby between Langhorne Creek and Strathalbyn. There is no doubt Langhorne Creek are finding it a tough opening of the season and this game will be no exception. Strathalbyn will be quietly confident they can take the two points in this game and they should on paper win all positions over the court.

Strathalbyn by 15.

Enjoy the matches of round three, play fairly and in good spirit. Happy netballing everyone!

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