The Junee Junior Netball Club is nearing the end of the winter season and results are looking promising ahead of finals.
Coach Cris Fitzhardinge said the girls had done well to persevere through a few rounds of trying weather conditions, particularly at the weekend for Round 11.
"On the weekend just gone it was a very cold, blustery day, really miserable conditions but we all went down to the Equex Centre in Wagga and braved the weather," he said.
Under 9s and Under 8s overcame the conditions to perform well on the court, according to Mr Fitzhardinge.
"The Under 9 girls played a really good game, there was great passing, great catching and great teamwork so it was excellent to see them out there," he said.
"Under 8s also had a great game, they shot several goals and to be honest, if they're the future of our club it really is in great hands."
For the older divisions, talent was demonstrated on court but the score didn't go in their favour.
"Under 11 girls went down only narrowly to the Panthers, there was one point in it finishing on 9-8," Mr Fitzhardinge said.
"The Under 14s Division 2 had their grand final rematch game after a great season last time taking out the win, but unfortunately given the conditions, the Nixons Giants managed to work with the weather better than we did so we went down 33-11, and I can imagine they were happy to get revenge after last year's win.
"Division 1 of the 14s didn't even get the chance to give it all they had because the game was cancelled halfway through due to the conditions getting worse, and all games were called off for the rest of the day."