Local netball round up

06:47 01 April 2014

Local netball round up

Saffron Hawks Ladies 67 Galaxy 26

Hawks made it 19 wins from 19 with a clinical display against the team second in the league, despite missing a number of players.

The most exciting aspevt was the new shooters partnership of Ella Sanders and Maisie King, who are developing a good understanding.

U12

Hawks 16 Flames 13

The Hawks continue to improve as a team. Maddie Howlett proved what a versatile player she is as she was dominant in both GA and GD. Emily Cutler also showed her speed through the mid-court, which enabled the team to show their superiority in the second quarter. Player-of-the-match was Elaina Godsall.

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