When the 2023 Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines-sponsored St. Vincent and the Grenadines National Netball Tournament took a break for the Easter weekend, Zanique Vincent of National Properties Netters led the goal-scoring with 82 goals.
She also had the third best shooting average- 82.8 percent.
Meshada Creese of Dutch Lady Clinchers followed in second spot with 81 goals, while Abigail Richards of SVG General Service Maple was third with 50 goals.
In the teams points standings, Inter Island Trading/DHL Mitres led the First Division standings with two points after only one match being played in that division which was against OnTrac X-Ceed (1).
In Division 2, National Properties Netters and Dutch Lady Clinchers were tied on six points apiece having played three games each. On Trac X-Ceed (2) was next in the standings on three points after playing four games. Bagga United followed on two points; CashWiz Green Hill are on one point; while the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force are yet to gain a point.
In Division 3, FOGSCO Country Blazers and GECCU All Stars head the table with two points each after two matches played. They are followed by Maple 2; Sion Hill Sports Club 1; and Total Ten Technologies Netters both also on 2 points after playing just one match apiece. Courage Bakery Success Radio Netters and Hinds & Wilson Irie Travel Vets have no points having played two games and one game respectively.
In Division 4, SVG General Service Maple head the table with six points; followed by Sion Hill Sports Club 2 on four points; X-Ceed Sports Club on three points; BSS Warriors on two points and Courage Bakery Success Radio Netters 2 on one point. Blaze Strikers and Chacharas Stars had no points at the Easter break.
In the three team Male Division, Mitres Elite leads with two points. Maca Crushers and X-Ceed Knights were both without a point.