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Round 11: Vixens vs Swifts

Match Day Guide

🦊 Round 11: Vixens vs Swifts Match Day Guide

Mundy takes out MVP at the ANC

Hannah MVP
1 year ago

Hannah Mundy had a week to remember at the Australian Netball Championships, playing an instrumental role in the Vic Fury’s charge to the gold medal match and named MVP of the tournament.

Rotating between wing attack and centre across six games in seven days, the versatile middy’s work ethic and endurance was on display each time she stepped out on court – and she racked up some impressive numbers.

Game 1 – Sunshine Coast Lightning

Hannah started her campaign with a bang. She quickly found her groove in wing attack, hitting circle edge to feed the ball into the goalers and finishing the game with a team-high 37 feeds which converted to 14 goal assists.

Game 2 – Southern Force

Hannah’s defensive attributes shone through against the Force, picking up four deflections and an intercept. Her work through the midcourt didn’t slow down amassing a team high 16 centre pass receives to go with her 24 feeds in another well-rounded performance.

Game 3 – Tasmania

Despite only playing a half of netball, Hannah still had a huge influence with her drives and strength in attack enabling her to command the ball. She recorded 15 feeds, two intercepts and a gain while her clean defensive work also stood out, only registering two penalties in her 30 minutes on court.

Game 4 – GIANTS Academy

Hannah once again led the charge in attack for the Fury with an impressive 27 feeds and 16 goal assists to her name. She showcased her ability to deliver the ball with accuracy and precision into the circle, and her workload didn’t stop there, reeling in three intercepts and three deflections in four quarters to help get Fury over the line.

Semi Final – Queensland Sapphires

Kickstarting the game in centre, Hannah made her intentions clear in the semi final attacking the game with her trademark drives and defensive intensity. Moving into wing attack her work at the centre pass was key, notching up 13 receives and accumulating 25 feeds.

Grand Final – Southern Force

Hannah’s dynamic movement and strong hands were front and centre in the Grand Final with 11 centre pass receives and 22 circle feeds. Her turn of speed and determination to chase down loose balls was also on display, collecting two pick-ups as she moved between wing attack and centre to provide fresh legs.

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