Carly Sergeant was in fine form as Portsmouth Pivotals beat Fareham Flyers 19-11 in All About Netball League division four.
Pivotals, who emerged from a Back to Netball session and have grown into a club with qualified coaches and budding umpires, started slowly.
But after trailing 3-2 at the end of the first quarter, they were level by half-time and eased clear in the second half.
Sergeant’s skiful movement and accurate shooting was key.
Amy Woods was players’ player for Flyers.
Queens Head Royals beat Delme Diamonds 17-15.
In a very even game, wing-attacks Jay Yeomans, of Royals, and Donna Parsons, from Diamonds, were strong.
Estee Elites’s winning streak was halted by a 20-15 defeat to Solent Shooters.
Cams Cyclones shooter Sarah Morris did sister team Cams Clutter no favours as she inspired a 24-8 win.
In division three, Cams Confusion beat Skittles 20-9 – with Maria Thomas Ellis in superb form.
An injury to Rachel Anderson left Skittles vulnerable.
Fireflys Lilac, who have only lost once in their first adult season, beat Oceans 20-17.
Cookies met another young team – Cams Squidgys – and this time experience was the winner, 27-22.
Allsorts finished strongly but ran out of time in a 20-18 defeat to Glitter-Mix.
Julie Tizzard excelled in defence.
In division one, Warriors beat Swanmore 23-16 in the top-of-the-table clash.
Bounties went down 35-21 to Netstars in a very sporting encounter.
Wildcats beat Tornadoes 22-11 and Knowle Hotshots lost to Cams Chaos 28-23.