New arrivals help Warriors get back to winning ways

Estee Elites shooting for goal against Delme Diamonds
Estee Elites shooting for goal against Delme Diamonds
The APBmer mixed team

Frost’s top squad impress in netball league

Left to right: Debbie Laycock, Rachel Teal, Emma Collier and Kelly Wallis

Debbie Laycock is recognised for making a difference

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THE All-About Netball League at Cams Hill School saw a strong division one team from Warriors see off the opposition from Cams Chaos 35-18.

With the inclusion of some new players Warriors are getting back to their old winning ways.

Wildcats had a cracking game against Knowle Hotshots, winning 29-22, thanks to some superb defensive play by Paula Masters.

Swanmore had a close call against Netstars but held on to win 24-22.

Bounties had a much-needed win, beating Tornadoes 31-23.

In division two, Westowen sit at the top with their new team and beat Victor Stewart 20-9.

Vixens beat Diamonds 32-12 with excellent play by Kate Mardell and Louise Lockyer.

Ava Bridgewater was the player of the match for Cams Commotion as they beat Digits 21-16.

In division three, Cookies only just took the win from Cams Confusion 13-12.

Laura Tulk and Kirsty Hawkins were awarded best and fairest player of the match.

Young Alice Bartlett played up for the adult team Fareham Fireflies Lilac who beat Skittles 20-12.

Allsorts lost 27-22 to Oceans.

Alex Hughes was on form for Oceans and took the award for players’ player.

Lee Holden’s team from Cams Hill School, the Squidgys beat Glitter-Mix 25-13.

In division four, Kate Fripp played a good game for Fareham Flyers but Cams Cyclones had too much and won 17-12 with great shooting by Sarah Morris.

Queens Head Royals lost 31-12 to Portsmouth Pivotals.

Top movement from Jo Travers wasn’t enough and with Janine Robinson shooting well, Pivotals won.

Unbeaten team Estee Elites beat Delme Diamonds 26-7 and Solent Shooters defeated Cams Clutter 23-11.