U9 Netball v Ayscoughfee Hall (A) 2.30pm

TEAM: U9A&B Girls Netball 

VENUE: Away - Ayscoughfee, PE11 2RA 

DATE: Wed 23rd Feb

COACHES: Mrs Corner & Miss Britten

EMAIL: ccorner@st-hughs.lincs.sch.uk 

CHANGE: Morning Break 

LUNCH: Early - 12.15 pm

START TIME: 2.30 pm

FINISH TIME: 5.00 pm

A - Frankie, India, Layla, LuLu, Tabitha, Charlotte, April

B- Coco, Olivia, Agatha, Rosie, Emily, Tara, Penelope, Arabella 

NOTES: Blue games kit, hoody and tracksuit bottoms to travel in.  Pack uniform into red bags if being collected from the venue - parents must email coach please. 5 a side stinger rules.

Match teas following the game. Spectators welcome but outside catering only.

Match Reports

A Team

Result: Won 10-0

The A team’s away match against Ayscoughfee consisted of five 8 minute games, where positions and ends were switched at the start of each. This meant that all the girls could play each position at least once, as well as having one game on the sideline where they could have a go at helping with the timing and scoring. 

The girls got off to a great start with India as GS scoring 4 goals within the first 8 minutes, supported by some brilliant defending by Charlotte and April. 

From there, we remained consistently strong throughout the next 4 games maintaining the majority of the possession, with 3 goals from Frankie, 1 from Layla, 1 from April and another finishing goal from India. This showed great stamina and the successful shooting was a testament to the work the girls have been putting in at lunch times. 

Really well done girls, you showed some great team work and adapted well to the changing positions.

B Team

Result: Won 6-2

The Under 9B team played away at Ayscoughfee. The girls were soon into their stride with Olivia scoring the first goal with another from Emily. Ayscoughee followed with a goal.

Penelope was dynamic as Centre and covered the court well. Coco’s excellent interceptions made it hard for Ayscoughfee to get in their own D. Arabella scored the next goal and Penelope and Tara too. Ayscougheee were delighted to score just before the final whistle.

Without question, St Hugh’s had the majority of the possession and had many attempts on goal, more shooting practice is needed.

Well done girls, you’ve adapted well to the changing positions.