Nats notch nice win over United Services... Rubies shine

Division four team Misfits
Division four team Misfits
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Hannah Hendrick, left, and Liz Hendrick, right, from Gosport Gators Netball Club. Priya Samuel, centre, from Sport Hampshire & the Isle of Wight

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KEZ HARRIS’ team Misfits beat Market House Misfits in division four of the Gosport & Fareham League 41-23.

Misfits started strong and kept going.

Jo Poulter-Ward, shooter for MHM, had a good game but unfortunately couldn’t prevent defeat.

Dimon Agents beat Karadents 43-31.

Leona Goddens took the award for best-and-fairest player for Karadents.

Nats had a blinding game against United Services, running out comprehensive 51-13 winners.

Laura Dixon, centre for Nats, played her socks off and intercepted any ball that came her way.

A tough game saw shooter Sarah Field lead Allsorts to an important victory over Fireflies, triumphing 40-22.

In division three, Devils retained top spot after beating Gosport Gators Gold 56-29.

It was not a good night for Gosport Gators as Blacks also lost, going down 30-16 to Hotshots.

Elsewhere in division three, Wildcats beat GB TML 47-32.

Trojans picked up a good win against Fareham Zodiacs 38-27.

In division two, GB Stars lost to Clifford Brown 41-36.

Jokers played a super game to beat Inovolt 54-47.

Blackjacks had a bye.

This leaves them at the top of the division table.

Avengers, despite great play from Katie Luff, lost to Martinis 36-28.

In division one, there were no surprises when Jets beat Pinks 50-21.

Shooting Stars lost to Youngstars White 64-56 thanks in part to a strong attacking performance from excellent shooter Georgia Parsons.

MDDM Rubies beat Youngstars Red 49-21, although Charlie Leech and tea-mate Andrea Davies performed strongly for Youngstars Red.

In the final game of the night, GB Mavericks couldn’t prevent a 44-21 loss to Angels.