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The Year 10 team fought until the end despite playing against a very strong Witchford team. They jumped for every interception and chased every loose ball. Amey Wilson showed excellent agility and was always in the space, whilst Megan Hubbard was holding off her player in the circle, so she could get into the perfect shooting position in the circle. Georgia Clarke passed the ball quickly and precisely at every centre pass Neale-Wade Academy had in the game.
Final score: NWA 8 – 16 Witchford
Well done on a tough game.
Team: Jess Carse, Holly Newell, Megan Hubbard, Amey Wilson, Charley Mulliner, Sophie Tanner, Kirsty Ashman, Georgia Clarke.
It was a fabulous opportunity for more of our Year 8 girls to experience competitive netball and represent the academy on Wednesday night. We took two Year 8 teams, and we could have even had three due to the fantastic dedication the girls have at training and their willingness to learn and develop each week at training.
Team 1 continued to show high levels of energy throughout the whole game, constantly trying to receive the ball and play down the court. Georgia Runacres showed excellent spatial awareness on court and picked out key players who were consistently in space, whilst Ella Butterworth chased every ball. The team spirit was fantastic and all the girls were so supportive towards one another.
Final score: NWA 3 – 9 Witchford
Team:Gerogia Runacres, Georgia Ambrose, Ella Butterworth, Ella Mason, Chloe Wilson, Caitlyn Baker, Jasmin Foulsham, Isabelle Smethurst.
For many of the girls in team 2 it was their first time representing the academy at Netball. The girls showed excellent group cohesion throughout the whole game. The support around the circle by Ellie Chapman and Danielle Garner to move the ball around the circle edge for the shooters Abby Ballard and Skye Whytcok. Hella Seeking (GD) and Georgia Dean (GK) were strong in defence performing first and second stage defence which enabled them to get every interception. Mia Upton was quick which helped the ball move down the attacking third. Well done on a fantastic win girls, you did yourself and the academy very proud!
Final score: NWA 7 – 5 Witchford
Team:Georgia Dean, Abby Ballard, Mia Upton, Ellie Chapman, Ellie Chapman, Skye Whytock, Danielle Garner, Hela Seeking