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School Sport: Mixed results for Redden Court

PUBLISHED: 15:00 11 February 2015

Redden Court's year seven and eight netball squads face the camera

Redden Court's year seven and eight netball squads face the camera

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Year seven netball squads enjoy busy spell

Redden Court’s netball squads have experienced mixed fortunes in their latest outings.

The year seven teams took on their Hall Mead rivals, with Redden Court A beating their counterparts 8-2 and Hall Mead Mead, 7-1.

Redden Court B suffered 7-2 and 4-1 defeats, despite some accurate passes from Amy Norton and good interceptions by Emily Piercy and Tabitha Seymour.

Lucie Ballard was the star player for the A team, as the four shooters Valeria Ramos, Sarah Henderson, Abbie Vile and Katie Adams all scored well.

Zanab Soyage and Elize Bonning dominated the defensive areas.

Redden Court A: Abbie Vile, Katie Adams, Lucie Ballard, Jamie Hartwell, Elize Bonning Zanab Soyage, Cerys Heard, Valeria Ramos, Sarah Henderson.

Redden Court B: Mia Peermamode, Clarissa Martin, Emily Piercy, Tabitha Seymour, Sophie Hornsby, Amy Norton, Eunice Cando.

Redden Court A suffered their first defeat of the season against Sacred Heart, losing 10-1 to a really good team with lots of club players.

It was the same scoreline for the B team, who put in a great effort, before the A team beat Sacred Heart B 5-1 as Eunice Cando made lots of interceptions in a fine performance.

Honours finished even between the two B teams at 3-3.

Redden Court A: Abbie Vile, Katie Adams, Cerys Heard, Elize Bonning, Zanab Soyage, Eunice Cando, Lucie Ballard, Jamie Hartwell.

Redden Court B: Mia Peermamode, Clarissa Martin, Emily Piercy, Valeria Ramos, Tabitha Seymour, Sophie Hornsby, Amy Norton.


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