Cams making in an uphill task for rivals

Fareham Flyers, right, are shining bright. Picture: Mick Young
Fareham Flyers, right, are shining bright. Picture: Mick Young
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The girls from Cams Hill School joined the All-About Netball league two years ago.

The aim was to help improve GCSE practical marks and to give the girls a better standard of netball.

The team has grown and the girls still love playing.

They are coached by teacher Lee Holden, herself a very capable netball player.

Some players have now moved on to college and progressed on to other teams, allowing new players from the school to take on the vacant positions.

They attended a residential netball weekend at Condover Hall earlier this year and came a respectable third and several of the team were playing in the Children in Need tournament in Portsmouth on November 13.

The girls also play for teams in Gosport, Portsmouth and Southampton leagues.

They have matured as a team and are a force to be reckoned with.

Several of the girls have also taken up umpiring and recently attended an England Netball course and help with the Juniors at Cams on a Thursday night.

So far this season Cams Hill School are unbeaten in division one, and this week, with Maisie Bryce shooting perfectly they beat Hughes and King 21-7.

Warriors, who sit at the top of the table beat Cams Chaos 29-16, although Nicola Nightingale played a great game as goal keeper for Chaos.

Knowle Hotshots had a huge push to try and beat Swanmore who eventually won 16-9.

Eleanor Ferris worked the whole court, as centre, helping Shooting Stars to victory over Tornadoes 17-10.

In division two OneCom had a fanatastic game against Fareham Fireflies Lilac winning 13-11.

Hannah Watson was definitely key in this game in defence for Onecom.

Fareham Flyers also had big win against Cams Commotion 19-6, this time it was Debbie Massey in defence making life as hard as possible for Fareham Flyers. Sister team Cams Confusion were luckier with a close win from Cookies 23-18.

Abi Randall played a great goal defence for Bounties, making many interceptions and sending the ball back up the other way, as they beat Oceans 30-15.

In division three Devils beat Victor Stewart seconds, 24-10.

Sam Jones worked hard up and down the wing.

Captain Grace Barney played her socks off in defence and Claie Buckland was awesome in centre.

Victor Stewart firsts beat Delme Diamonds 21-9.

Fiona Harrison played a starring role for Victor Stewart and Joanna Jarvis shone for Diamonds.

Netstars had to work hard to see off Wildcats 20-14.

Sarah Clarkson from Wildcats had a great game.