Mixed set of results in seniors last weekend (7&8 October). Big win for Northern League away at Gateshead, scoring more than 70 goals! Draw for Senior Regional, with a few players making their debut, against Wildcats. Loss for Premier League vs Oaksway, who were the more consistent side. In juniors, big win for U14A vs Twinkles and narrow loss for our younger U12Cs. Well done to our playing in school teams who qualified for regional round of the National Schools competition. Thanks for our coaches who also organised additional friendlies last weekend because there are so few league games.
Sessions all looking good and intense during the week, everyone working hard. Thanks to coaches for all their planning and delivery. Thanks also to parent helpers for their work to make things run smoothly. Please note that U14 and U16 will be training with seniors in half term week, see Google Calendar for details.
Our Netball Nights A
Squad got their medals this week for winning the summer league, our very young NNB squad also did well in the league. Just one team being entered in the Winter League given that there are a already a lot of netballing commitments on a Wednesday.
Performance 14/15 Oct
This weekend was a busy one, nine fixtures. Win for our WY senior squad on Saturday against Wakefield Wildcats, thanks to the seniors who supported our junior/less experienced players in this win. We had wins across the board in juniors with all three of our U12s out A and B and C and winning, our U16s winning against Shipley and both U14 squads also victorious. A long road trip for our Premier squad who travelled to Bath and lost by 2 goals. Our Northern League team continued their winning streak with a win against HiTech to keep them top of the table.
Leeds Rhinos Netball October Camp
Just a few places left on the Leeds Rhinos Netball October camp with performance coach Paul Harper, book online to get yourself some extra practice and great coaching http://www.leedsrhinosnetball.co.uk/camps/
Code of conduct
Usual reminder to everyone, athletes and supporters, please familiarise yourself with the code of conduct, abide by it, and ask other parents/carers/siblings who are involved to be familiar with it. Whilst we are lucky enough not to have many issues to deal with of this nature, we do have some that could be avoided if people think about the impact their behaviour or comments may have on another child or parent. If in doubt, don’t say it……thanks!
Good luck messages
Good luck to our athletes off on tour at half term, or on England Camp, or trialling at Loughborough Lightning or other SuperLeague franchises.