Maclean is a Force to be reckoned with... Meon shine

Thomas Brooks (10) and Archie Duff (nine) honing their dribbling skills

Portsmouth school’s teams triumph... despite their Allsorts kit

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Team force had a strong competitive game against Shooting Stars winning 60-41 in week 11 of the Hampshire League.

Shooter Lauren Maclean was in fine form for Force despite tight defending by Kris Dorney.

Natasha Smith dominated in defence to create turnovers and help seal the win.

Meon hosted Swanway who only had six players.

Katie Luff claimed rebounds and interceptions for Meon, so shooter Debbie Laycock could fire the goals as they won 64-30.

In week 12, Stars visited Dreams who are having a strong second half of the season.

And with the away team only having six players, Dreams won 50-22.

Cassie Moore worked her socks off, covering two positions.

Meon earned another win in a fast-paced, well-contested game against Tongham.

Georgia Palmer Goddard was unstoppable from the edge of the circle and Laura Harbour displayed super court movement and passing.

Equally their defence were strong as they recorded a 39-34 success.

Team Force hosted FM Eclipse who were much stronger despite some neat court play by Charlie Upson and Louisa Cole playing three different positions.

FM were just too consistent and Force lost 42-71.

In week 11 of the Regional League division one, Sparks recorded a super 62-31 win against Sussex Tigers.

In division two Stars lost 55-33 to top-of-the-table Sussex Storm.

Meon beat Woodley 57-26 with a great team effort.

In week 12 Sparks beat Eagles 43-39.

And in division two Meon lost 50-32 to Abbey.

Stars made the short trip to Weston Park Blades and the youngsters didn’t make it easy for them.

But Emma Hughes shot consistently to make sure her team won 36-25 to remain second in their division.