Tamworth will take on local sides on the final day of the Netball NSW State Championships

The final day of the Netball NSW State Championships in Gosford will have a local flavour for Tamworth in open division two.

After three wins and a draw from 12 matches after the first two days of the carnival, Tamworth will kick off the third and final day against local rivals Narrabri.

They’ll go on to play Gunnedah before finishing off the carnival with a match against Armidale. In total, the Tamworth outfit will play six games on the final day.

Tamworth manager Kaye Sweeney said the side hoped to win all three of those “local” matches to claim bragging rights.

“A lot of the girls know each other from years playing against one another,” Sweeney said.

“It should be good. We have a good chance of winning a few.”

It should be good. We have a good chance of winning a few.

Kaye Sweeney

Meanwhile, the Tamworth under 17s are flying high in division three after dropping just two of 14 games on the opening two days.

Tamworth sit in third position on the ladder.

Tamworth’s two losses have come at the hands of first-placed Muswellbrook and second-placed Brunswick-Byron.

In both of those matches, Tamworth lost by just two goals.

The under 17s will play six games on the final day of the championships.

The side’s final match will be against Quirindi.