HAMILTON Kangaroos survived a last-quarter surge from South Warrnambool to claim a one-goal win in a dramatic day of Hampden A grade netball matches.
The Kangaroos led by six goals at three-quarter time but hung on to win 44-43.
It was a similar story at Camperdown where the Magpies and Port Fairy played out a stunning draw.
The Magpies led by eight goals at three-quarter time and when the buzzer sounded to end the game, they were a goal down. But a penalty had been awarded to Camperdown shooter Jaymie Finch on the buzzer. So, after the buzzer, she nailed a clutch goal from long range to steal two points.
Continuing the close finished, Cobden claimed its first win of the season with a one goal win against Terang Mortlake under lights on Saturday night.
Ladder-leader Koroit thumped Warrnambool while the North Eagles rebounded from last week's loss to the Saints with a 17-goal win over Portland.