Dunmow Crests Whites still in pole position after win
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Dunmow Crests Whites started the week with a resounding victory over Fulton Fillies 45-9.
Crests took control from the off. Passing play was strong centre court from Georgie Winnington, Eleanor Worby and Lauren Woosey, while Debbie Webb and Charlotte Rosewell were deadly when in attacking positions.
A tight defence, with great blocking and interceptions by Rachael Richards, Carla Rosewell and Jenny Woolf gave Fulton few chances to score.
It was a great performance by Crests and well-deserved victory. Player of the match went to Lauren Woosey. Crest Whites are currently top of Division 11. There was also a win for Crests Blues, who faced Braintree Town Mars, taking the victory 29-16.
Great defence by Amber Miles and player-of-the-match Nikki Munson helped Blues maintain a respectable score.
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Braintree fought back hard in the last quarter, but Crests held on. Crests Blues are currently second in Division Eight.
Crests Academy faced the challenge of new team Breakaways.
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Despite putting up a good fight, Crests struggled against a tall shooter who never missed a shot when around the net.
At the other end Crests shooters kept the team in the game with accurate play themselves.
The final score was 46-20 to Breakaways.
Player-of-the-match went to Hollie MacKay.
If you would like to know more about Dunmow Crests Netball Club, go to www.dunmowcrests.co.uk