Netball: Busy week for Dunmow Crests

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 September 2018

Dunmow Crests took part in a charity netball event at the Copper Box Arena

Dunmow Crests took part in a charity netball event at the Copper Box Arena


Dunmow Crests have had a busy week on the netball court.

They won three matches and lost three during an event at the Copper Box Arena for the Look Good Feel Better cancer charity.

And Crests Academy then won 36-29 against Felsted Phoenix in the Nicky Clarke Cup, with Sophie Lloyd their player of the match.

Crests White beat Jas Harts 41-36 in their first-round tie, after a strong third quarter.

Tabbie Chambers took the player of the match award as Crests held on for victory.

But the news was not so good for Crests Yellows as they lost 32-13 to Maldon Vikings in the Princes’ Plate.

They made their rivals work hard throughout, with Anna Rutterford taking the player of the match prize.

Crests Greens ran out 48-13 winners over Ultra Violets, though, with an excellent display of shooting, defence and fast play into the D.

Annanbel Thomason was named player of the match for the winners.


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