Netball: Fine win for Crests Academy

PUBLISHED: 15:47 07 November 2017

Latest news from the local netball scene

Latest news from the local netball scene

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Dunmow Crests Academy had a fine 33-19 win over Blackwater Crystals in their latest outing.

They struggled in the first quarter, but got into the stride in the second to build a lead.

Sophie Lloyd took the player of the match award after a hard-fought contest.

Crests Yellow lost 35-22 against Maldon Diamonds, with Lara McKeown their player of the match.

But Crests Blues beat gemstones 22-12, despite being without four of their regular players.

Blues produced some good turnovers and fine passing moves, with Hollie Mackay their player of the match.

Crests White had a tough match against a youthful and physical Bentley Conquerors, going down 35-14, with Lauren Woosey the player of the match.

And Crests OTs suffered their first loss of the season against Crosskeys, starting slowly in a 27-10 defeat.

Brogan Cox took their player of the match prize.

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