Local netball round up

19:21 27 January 2014

Local netball round up

Hawks 32 Chelmsford 30

Saffron Hawks kept their nerve to edge out Chelmsford in a tight match. Hayley Irwin kept the team going while Rebecca Rees was outstanding in her link play.

Hawks 2s 32 Dunmow Creast A 27

Saffron Hawks made it through to the Princes Plate Cup semi-final. They started 15-0 up due to the handicap system in place by the league for cup matches. They maintained the lead and, although dropping their level off in the final quarter, held on.

Player-of-the-match was Katie Bear.


Hawks 15 Dolphins 13

Hawks were always behind until the final quarter. But they kept possession well and with great play around the D turned the game around. Player-of-the-match: Ashleigh Cowling


Hawks A 40 Flames 7

A dominate Hawks team won by turning in their best performance. Quick passing and new tactics in the middle of the court saw them run out comfortable winners. Player-of-the-match: Charlotte Gramlick.

Hawks B 32 Conquerors A 27

Hawks produced their best performance of the season, with Maisie King and Lauren Woosey showing great team work around the D. They are now still in the hunt for second place in the league. Player-of-the-match: Lauren Woosey


Hawks 10 Conquerors Incas 7

Hawks continued their undefeated run and remain top. All players saw their game improve, with seven goals from player-of-the-match Holly Whyte.


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