Crests Blue battle conditions and Wrens

PUBLISHED: 09:57 11 February 2015 | UPDATED: 09:57 11 February 2015




Hampered once again by icy conditions, Dunmow Crests saw three out of their four matches cancelled this week due to the weather.

Crests Blue battled the freezing temperatures in a match against Chelmsford Wrens.

For the first time this season Crests started the match with their usual team players, with captain Claire Smith returning from injury which has kept her out all season.

It was a fast paced game with strong passing and movement up the court and excellent defensive play again from player of the match Nikki Munson and Amber Miles.

Solid shooting and good movement around centre court, helped crests get back to their winning ways.

The match finished 38-10 to Crests Blue.

Crests Yellows got off to a good start, leading 5-4 after the first quarter in their match against HPSS.

However, it was deemed too slippery to continue and so the match will now be rearranged.


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