Netball: Dunmow Crests Academy celebrate promotion

PUBLISHED: 17:01 29 March 2018

Crests Academy face the camera

Crests Academy face the camera

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Dunmow Crests teams had a good week in the Chelmsford & District League.

Crests Blues face the cameraCrests Blues face the camera

Crests Academy ended their season with a 44-30 win over Dolphin Sapphire, which sees them top Division Eight with an unbeaten record.

Crests Greens beat HPSS 32-14 as Saskia Wormleighton took the player of the match award, which sees them in second place in Division 13 with one game left and still hopeful of promotion.

Crests Whites had a 46-23 win over AK Autotech, with Charlotte Rosewell taking the player of the match prize.

Whites have one match left and are in fourth place in Division Eight.

Crests Blues won 29-21 againsat Galaxy Lightning after some lovely netball, and with one game remaining they sit in a mid-table spot in Division Seven, but only a few points behind fourth.

Mid-table Crests Yellows lost to leaders Dunmow Dragons, with Linda Pledger the player of the match for their understrength side.

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