Netball Summary – Week beginning 2 February

Under 12’s A

Won 24-1

A good win for the Under 12’s. Truro dominated from start to finish, with great interplay from Ella and Laura in the shooting circle. Elinor made some excellent turnovers, but overall a fantastic squad effort. Congratulations to Elinor who was voted player of the match.

Under 12’s B

Won 18-3

The girls were enthusiastic for their match and once on the court they worked solidly supporting each other. They defended exceptionally whenever Polwhele had the ball which enabled them to have plenty of turnovers. The whole squad played well.

Under 13’s

Won 28-4

The Under 13’s performed superbly in this fixture. They dominated from the start and worked hard to incorporate recent skills learnt in training. Daisy controlled the centre court with Molly shooting superbly. Aerin played in a variety of positions and worked well in the shooting circle. Congratulations to Molly who was voted player of the match.

Under 14’s

Won 56-5

This was an outstanding win for the Under 14’s, although they only had 7 of their original squad available they were as determined as always to win. With versatility throughout the court the girls played numerous positions and achieved their highest ever amount of goals scored! Well done girls.

Under 15’s

Won 33-13

With a different starting line up due to injury and illness it took the team a while to settle and adjust to the oppositions style of play. The second quarter saw more flowing netball with accurate feeding of the circle by Amie and super shooting from Amy and Jaz. With good turnover of the ball by Matilda and Tash, Truro made steady progress and put together some nice passages of play.

Under 16’s

Won 28-1

The girls stayed totally focused throughout the match. Only having 7 players they supported each other enthusiastically which was great to see. A good win and well deserved 28 – 1.

Under 18’s

Won 40- 4

Despite conceding the first goal, School quickly got into gear and, thanks to some lovely ball movement and clever movement, moved clear in the first quarter and never looked back. Christina, in particular, was as steady as a rock at centre and Becca and Jess’s interplay in the circle was first rate. The game was also an opportunity to get court time and first team experience for some lower sixth players.