Junior league expands to accommodate several new teams

The All About Netball Junior League began at Cams Hill School and Bridgemary School after expanding this season.

Thursday, 12th October 2017, 6:57 am
Updated Monday, 11th December 2017, 10:34 pm
Players from Force Juniors

Team Force and Fareham Fireflys have entered more teams than previously, while there is new entries from Sarisbury Allstars and Jellies.

In the under-12s division, Fireflys Lilac started with a 13-5 success against Sarisbury Allstars.

The score didn’t reflect the excellent play from the new Sarisbury youngsters, however, who stuck to the task gamely.

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Mia Knight starred in Fireflys Yellow’s 8-0 win against Fireflys Jade.

Gosport Gators Emerald dispatched Gators Jade 20-5.

In the under-13s divison, Jellies defeated Fireflys Amber 27-2.

Fireflys White beat Fireflys Teal 17-2, with Amelie Lovefield working hard for the losers.

Team Force 1 played sister team Team Force 2, with the latter winning 19-3.

In the under-14s division, Jade Chappell inspired Team Force 4 to victory against Fireflys Blue.

Fireflys Ruby and Fireflys Sapphire were involved in a close game.

But it was Sapphire who took the spoils with a 19-14 success.

Fireflys Pink went down 26-8 to Fireflys Topaz.

Olivia Anderson was voted man of the match for Pink, while Jasmin Griggs was Topaz’s players’ player.

Team Force 3 overcame
Shooting Stars B 18-6, although Grace Stanley had a strong game in mid-court for Stars and managed to get some balls turned to Stars’ circle.

Fireflys Black flexed their muscles in the under-16s division with a comprehensive 33-4 win over Fireflys Orange.

The girls in both teams played full-and-fast netball throughout.

Gators Black beat Gators Green 14-7 and Shooting Stars A lost 22-17 to Gators Yellow.