Kempsey captain and halfback Simone Smith (left), pictured with teammate Shyanah Hammond, has been one of the stars of the women s competition. Photo: BELINDA SOOLESO often one of the most popular competitions during the Koori Knockout, the women’s section of the carnival has again not disappointed and now just three matches remain.
The semis and grand final will be played on?Monday and four incredibly talented teams are left vying for glory.
The semis will kick off at 11am with Kempsey United playing the Newcastle Yowies while the other side of the draw sees a clash between the Redfern All Blacks and Wellington’s Nanima Common Connection.
Kempsey broke the hopes of local fans on Friday when they defeated the Dubbo Wiradjuri All Stars in a thrilling 12-6 match.
They then followed that up with a comprehensive 24-point win over the Walgett Aboriginal Connection in the quarter finals.
The Yowies also confirmed immediately they were contenders for this year’s crown when they cruised past Bundjalung United 24-0.
Things were a bit more difficult in their quarter-final but they were still good enough to defeat the Mindaribba Sisters 12-10.
While both sides have been hugely impressive there is no doubt Redfern have been the standout side up to this point in the women’s competition.
The All Blacks have recorded two huge wins, made even more impressive given the fact the matches were only 40 minutes long.
First up Redfern defeated the Marrambyda Birds 38-0 and that was followed up with a 36-0 victory over the Googars.
With 74 points scored and none conceded they will start as big favourites against the Nanima Common Connection.
The Wellington girls edged out Campbelltown Ghosts 12-10 in their first match and they carried that momentum into their quarter-final and defeated Cultural Sisters 24-8.
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