ON TARGET: Frenchville Sports Club RNA Claws goal shooter Rebecca Hall steadies for a shot in the game against Gladstone Opens on Sunday.
ON TARGET: Frenchville Sports Club RNA Claws goal shooter Rebecca Hall steadies for a shot in the game against Gladstone Opens on Sunday. Matt Taylor GLA140719NETBALL

Claws complete perfect regular season

NETBALL: The Frenchville Sports Club RNA Claws have completed a clean sweep of their regular season in the Queensland Premier League.

The Dana Sherwood-captained Claws ran out 59-25 winners over the Gladstone Opens in Gladstone on Sunday to make it seven wins from seven games this season.

Goal keeper Hayley Smith was awarded player of the match honours.

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The Claws are sitting on top of the Zone 3 ladder but other teams in their zone still have round games to play.

The Claws opened their 2019 campaign with wins over Nambour Opens (37-26), the Sunshine Coast Opens (46-19) and Caloundra Opens (52-31) in their opening triple header played in Bundaberg in May.

They followed that up with three impressive wins on their home court last month against the Hervey Bay 19s (68-14), Bundaberg Opens (43-30) and Hervey Bay Opens (57-29).

The winner in each of the six zones in the competition, along with two wild cards, will contest the state finals in Brisbane in October.



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