Above: Tatts Hotel’s Marika Ryan shoots as Not So Swift’s Jenna Sunderland prepares to attempt to block the shot in round three of the Narrabri Netball Association A-grade winter season on Saturday at the Bev Burrows Courts.

Narrabri Netball Association hosted round three of the senior seasons and round two of the junior competitive seasons on Saturday at the Bev Burrows Courts.

All four scheduled A-grade matches went ahead.

Blue Diamonds continued their unbeaten start to the season, registering their third consecutive win with a 28-24 victory against Fever to move into outright first position.

The Narrabri Pharmacy Flamingos won their second consecutive match when they downed Golfie Grubs 43-26.

Not So Swift won its second game of the season, bouncing back from a round two loss with a 53-10 win against Tatts Hotel.

In the other game NWC also made it two wins from three matches when it outscored RSL Babes 36-21.

All scheduled B-grade matches also went ahead.

In a Wee Waa derby Wee Waa Lightning suffered its first loss of the season when it went down 23-20 against Wee Waa Flames.

That was the Flames’ second win of the season.

Shazza’s Sharks scored its second consecutive victory, defeating Waisted Potential 32-24.

The other two matches saw Electric Chicks and Vicious Delicious score big wins.

Electric Chicks downed Flaming Babies 58-2, and Vicious Delicious scored its first win of the season when it outscored The Chickies 48-2.