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17:00 20 March 2014

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Marshalls Park's year 11 girls celebrate winning the Havering netball rally

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Netball squad complete Havering double

Marshalls Park’s year 11 girls netball squad completed a borough double with success at the Havering Rally.

Having won their league with six wins and a hard-fought draw against Chafford, Park suffered defeat in the Essex Plate semi-finals.

But they bounced back to beat St Edwards and Sacred Heart in their first two matches of the rally, before seeing off Chafford and Coopers, with a hard-fought 7-5 win.

Marshalls managed to remain unbeaten throughout the competition to lift the silverware and will look to complete a treble next week in the London League.

They take on Jo Richardson (Dagenham) on Monday and St Angela’s (Newham) on Friday, needing to win both to be crowned champions once more.

Squad: J Grove, M Gowing, E Noble, M Penn, F Adamou, S Moore, G Meckiff.

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