Inverell's all-weather netball courts were put to good use on Sunday while hosting rounds one and two of the Northern Inland Netball NSW Bing Lee Regional League Competition.
Although a little cold, the rain did not dampen the spirits of keen representative netball players eager to take the court and showcase their skills.
Teams from Glen Innes, Moree, Quirindi, Tamworth and Inverell competed in three age categories, 15s, 17s and opens, playing against each other to try and climb the competition ladder.
Strong games were played throughout the day, with the host association's three teams seeing some great results.
Inverell's 17s side played six games on Sunday. Five of those were solid wins for the talented side, and the other was a draw.
These results see the side lead their division going into the third round, and finals, in two weeks in Tamworth. Sitting below Inverell in second place is Quirindi's 17s and Tamworth's 17s in third place.
Inverell's 15s side also walked away with five wins and a draw to lead their division.
Playing up a division in the 15s, Inverell 14s played extremely well on Sunday and took a lot from their experience with regional league.
The youngest squad won two games and lost four, putting them in third spot in the division at the end of round two.
Inverell's 15s are at the top of the leader board, while Tamworth's 15s sit below in second place and Inverell 14s are sitting in third place with Glen Innes in fourth place.
Quirindi lead the way in the opens division, followed by Tamworth and Glen Innes.