Cams and Warriors battle out exciting contest

Cams Hill School netball team. Left to right: Bo Foster, Katie Dunford, coach Lee Holden, Amy Fripp, Maisie Grice, Anna Wilton. Front: Megan Wallace. Missing Bobbie Davies and Amy Thompson
Cams Hill School netball team. Left to right: Bo Foster, Katie Dunford, coach Lee Holden, Amy Fripp, Maisie Grice, Anna Wilton. Front: Megan Wallace. Missing Bobbie Davies and Amy Thompson
Vixens finished second in the All About Netball League

Dramatic finish to league season

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It was sweet revenge for West Hill Warriors as they beat Cams Hill School in the All About Netball League division one.

The Warriors had lost the previous match between the teams in the adult league at Cams Hill School.

This time it was a 27-23 win for Warriors.

It was not a bad result for the Cams Hill youngsters, though, as Warriors are reigning champions and have been for four seasons now.

Both the shooters – Maisie Grice, for Cams Hill, and Poppy Hudson for Warriors – were awarded the players’ player prizes for their teams.

Hughes & King beat Knowle Hotshots 24-16.

It was a close game, with Hughes pulling away in the fourth quarter.

Anna Bull, for Hughes, made use of the whole court, finding space everywhere to receive balls and pass them up to her shooters.

Therase Horswell, goal defence for Hotshots, really upped her game to defend the barrage of Hughes goals.

She made a difference with some great interceptions.

Shooting Stars were the eventual winners against Cams Chaos 19-12.

Eleanor Ferris, for Stars, was players’ player.

She read the game well, making some good decisions and taking some great balls.

Becky Hinchey was the star player for Chaos, shooting very confidently.

Tornadoes suffered defeat to Swanmore Sirens 10-17.

Sophie McDermott, in wing defence for Swanmore, made sure the ball was turned round mid court going back up to her goal, although Becky Cowley for Tornadoes shot accurately at every chance.

In division two, Cams Commotion had a walk over against Fareham Fireflies 20-0.

One Com and Oceans had a very close game with Oceans eventually coming out on top 21-19.

Alex Hughes, of Oceans, was on form, shooting well and catching any rebounds.

Amie McMonagle, playing centre for One Com, turned over as many balls as she could, sending them back to her circle.

But Oceans just pulled away in the final quarter.

Cams Confusion were victorious against Cookies 18-15.

Madeline Laurence was goal attack for Confusion and fought against the wind to put her goals through the hoop.

Ellie McShannon was players’ player, also shooting well against the wind.

Fareham Flyers lost 15-9 against Bounties, despite some strong play from the excellent Claire Hewitt.

Jodie Jones, playing goal keeper for Bounties, was players’ player.

In division three, Wildcats beat Delme Diamonds 35-7. Stacey Seaney was players’ player for Diamonds.