Local netball round up

11:32 18 February 2014

Local netball round up

Hawks Ladies 1 33-9 Sweat Peas

Hawks welcomed back star player Ellen Butler after a year out with injury. She helped the team produce a dominate display, in the first quarter the Hawks took the initiative with a 12-2 lead. each player producing quick incisive play. The Ladies continue there great season with a record of 13-0!

Player of the match: Hayley Irwin

Hawks 2 43-9 Wolves Black

With Hawks attack of Olivia Alltree Lauren Woosey & Ruby Haralambous proving to quick and fast for the Wolves defence the Hawks built up a good quick lead. Natasha Masich, Katie Bear & Gaelle Daniel all proved too quick in the mid court. This means Hawks continue to push forward for promotion.

Player of the Match:- Eliza Parry-Williams

Hawks U14s 29-9 Braintree

A wet and windy day made conditions hard for all but after a slow first quarter they girls got into their stride scoring 13 unanswered points. Emily Peggs and Chloe Starr moved the ball really well in difficult conditions. Charlotte Gramlick and Julia Belteki kept the defence very secure and helped Gaelle Daniels bring the ball down court swiftly. Ruby Haralambous & Olivia Alltree finished of Braintree with great shooting. The Hawks came out as worthy winners.

Player of the match: Charlotte Gramlick.

Hawks U12s 11-3 Strikers

Hawks took the lead very early on winning the first quarter.

With good passing from all players Hawks continued to dominate the game, with good team work between Rhiannon Cornell and Chloe Jackson in goal, Hawks won with confidence. Player of the match: Charly Cornell

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