Local netball round up

18:15 04 February 2014

Local netball round up

Saffron Hawks 2s 43 TOWIK 20

Hawks continued their great from with another win. They started strongly with Eliza Parry-Williams and Tasha Masich dominating the mid court. Player-of-the-match: Lauren Woosey

Hawks 3s 35 Chelmsford 23

Hawks 3 moved into the Chelmsford & District cup semi-finals with a win in a top-of-the-table clash. Julia Belteki and Charlotte Gramlick where strong in defence and with the team applying all court pressure, Hawks won with great turnovers. Even though each quarter was tight the Hawks managed to win each quarter. Player-of-the-match: Chloe Starr

Hawks 4s 24 Tegate 18

Hawks 4 produced another stunning display to also make it into the semi-finals. Maisie King led the team with outstanding GA play and there as good combination work from Mia Kersey. Player-of-the-match: Amy Little.

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