Netball- 23 March 2016

Netball- 23 March 2016

netball sport results

U13A Team: Lost 11-24

Player of the Match: Holly Reynolds

Great start to the game, goal for goal however Norwich pulled away just before the end and continued this through the first half. Holly Reynolds made excellent double movement to get into space and break free for the ball. The fourth quarter was the best from Culford winning this 6-3 

U13B Team: Won 24-7

Player of the Match: Jennifer and Nina Dahl

A super game which Culford dominated from the first whistle. The centre third was commanded by Hettie Carter as she moved the ball around with confidence and made vital interceptions. Fantastic play between Jennifer and Nina Dahl saw Culford win every quarter making some outstanding shots. This was another fantastic win and means that they have achieved an unbeaten season. Congratulations!

U13C Team: Won 21-3

Player of the Match: Heidi Mason

This was a superb game with Culford dominating from the start. The girls performed drills from practice perfectly and Heidi was outstanding as GS scoring 19 of the 21 goals, earning the MVP award. I've never seen the girls play so well and this was a fantastic end to the season. A special mention goes to Heidi, Isobel and Milly who were on for almost 50 minutes non-stop.

U12A Team: Won 26-14

Player of the Match: Sara Molina

This was by far the best game of netball that these girls have ever played since they have been at Culford. They put everything together that they have learnt throughout the season and were leading 11-3 after the first quarter. All term we have worked on double movement, safe passing, backline passing and centre passes and this all came together with every player performing their role beautifully. It has been a real privilege to coach these wonderful girls this season and we are really excited to see what they will achieve next year.

U12B Team: Lost 3-17

Player of the match: Florence Wilson

This was a tough last game for the girls. Whilst they have progressed well this season, the Norwich side had a much more slick and controlled game. However, the girls are now starting to work as a team and Florence in centre court tied the two ends together nicely. The girls should be pleased with how they have developed this term.