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Match Reports

Season: Winter 2009/10, Winter 2010/11, Summer 2011, Winter 2011/12, Winter 2012/13, Winter 2013/14, Winter 2014/15, Winter 2015/16, Winter 2016/17, Winter 2017/18, Winter 2018/19

22 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Eclipse on Line (-C)

Conceded


8 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

KWD vs Vernham Vixens (57-21)

KWD seemed to gel early on in this match as they took an early and confident lead. There were some great feeds into shooters who were confident after last weeks comfortable win. Sarah Whitby was a tyrant in defence and scooped up any loose aerial passes which weren't 100% accurate. Jo Mussell also gave a great performance in defence with some lovely tips and interceptions. Vixens pulled back some of the deficit in the 3rd quarter and made KWD work really hard in centre court. The score did not reflect the competive match that took place in difficult conditions which made passing and receiving balls much more challenging than normal.


15 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

Avenue Day Nursery 1 vs The Globe (21-22)

No Report


15 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Avenue Day Nursery 2 (33-4)

No Report


15 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs KWD (42-22)

In conditions more suited to an aquatic meet, top team FM Eclipse played current 2nd place KWD. With rivers of water streaming across the court simple passing and accuracy was called for as anything too ambitious was certain to be blown off course or slipped out of hand. As the teams acclimatised to the conditions, FM Eclipse pulled out an early lead. Their proven ability to rotate position helped to keep their players warm as they each took turns in all areas of the court. In the second quarter KWD started to string some good play together , WA Helen Harkness playing some great balls in to the accurate KWD attack, but by half time FM Eclipse still had a strong lead at 22 ??? 12. Both teams had guest players playing amongst their usual line up, all of whom slotted in seamlessly to their team, making excellent interceptions and providing support in attack. Kim Belbin gave a great shooting display for KWD once Helen Harkeness had retired injured and KWD fell down to 6 players. Team adaptability enabled them to swap around and achieve half points which under the circumstances was well done. In the final quarter the rain abated but the result of the match had already been decided. FM Eclipse always had control of the game thanks to the swift movement and crisp passing of both Jane Bartlett and Kathryn Evans.


15 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

Spec Savers vs Simply Health (45-36)

No Report


15 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse on Line vs Southampton Arms (14-23)

No Report


15 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Eclipse BoxIT (21-38)

On a wet and windy Friday evening, both teams got off to a slow start, but BoxIT played well and had the advantage at half time., leading 21 - 10. ACES made some team changes and managed to reduce the deficit, with Cathy Loveridge and Andrea Westley (best player award) shooting well, from good feeds from Julia Carey and Gemma Edes, but BoxIT came out deserved winners with a final score of 38 - 21.


8 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

Arrows Yellow vs Avenue Day Nursery 2 (39-18)

No Report


8 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

Eclipse on Line vs Spec Savers (-C)

Conceded


8 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Southampton Arms (40-34)

No Report


8 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs Simply Health (69-20)

FM Eclipse well and truly left the doors of opportunity open for their opponents during the first quarter. With more holes in their game than a ripe Swiss cheese FM struggled to string passes together, missing moves, dropping balls and making the most basic of errors. Meanwhile, Simply Health ???we can be bothered??? were looking smooth and composed with GK Donna Bowsher easily turning defence in to attack. Simply Health stayed with FM until mid way through the quarter when FM increased their efforts and started to score some swift goals. By quarter time FM had pulled out a less than confident lead. Simply were still in it at FM 14 ??? Simply Health 6. The comedy of errors continued for FM into the second quarter. Balls batted and tipped down the court, slipping from hands, bouncing off the post. FM were fortunate that Simply Health were unable to capitalise on this poor play. FMs GD Jane Bartlett lead the recovery, continuously making interceptions, winning rebounds in the circle and literally dragging her team back in to the match. Her efforts spurred FM on to score 21 goals in the quarter, leaving Simply Health with only slim pickings. Half time score: 35 ??? 10 to FM. FMs game management improved in the second half with better movement and decision making throughout the team. Driven on by the hustling play of C Kathryn Evans, FM started to force turnovers across the centre court. Simply Health were hurried in to making interceptable passes in defence which lead to some cheap goals for FM. Much to their coaches dismay, FM played without their usual panache, however they still proved to be too strong for Simply Health in all areas of the court, winning by a healthy margin


8 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Avenue Day Nursery 1 (20-27)

No Report


1 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

KWD vs Simply Health (51-21)

KWD got off to a quick start with their defence hardly conceding goals in the first quarter to give them a comfortable lead. The 2nd quarter was however a little scrappy with simple errors being picked up by Simply Health's centre court players. Half time talks saw KWD's versatile Cerrie Perret and hardworking Jo Mussell tightening up in defence and turning play back up the court. Lynne Archer had an amazing game and scored many of her goals from on the edge of the circle. Helen Harkess also showed good form despite not having played for several weeks. Simply's defence gave an energetic performance which was just out played by tactical holding and accurate feeds.


1 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

Avenue Day Nursery 1 vs Avenue Day Nursery 2 (34-10)

No report


1 March 2013 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs Arrows Yellow (49-51)

This proved to be a competitive match from the first whistle, with quick passes and accurate shooting by both teams for most of the match. The outcome of the match was really determined in the second quarter with AA???s putting pressure on S ACES by moving the ball around the court effectively and feeding in to their shooters, increasing their score for the quarter by 17 goals. S ACES then set to chasing this difference, which they improved in both of the next two quarters until the final score of a 2 goal difference! S ACES best player, Julia Carey C, controlled and directed the ball well around the court, whilst AA???s best player, Sophie Kennedy GD, made it as difficult as she could for the ball to be fed into the shooters .


1 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs The Globe (24-27)

The globe took on top of the table boxit in an extremely close and well fought game. The globe got off to a good start with Gemma Nunn and Carrieann Smith shooting well. Boxit worked hard in defence with lauren ....... Gaining valuable interceptions. The globe managed to stay ahead for the duration of the game and tight defending from Robyn Tobutt made it difficult for boxit to catch up. Player of the match for the globe cally ayres worked hard as centre providing accurate feeds to the globes shooter.


1 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

Spec Savers vs Southampton Arms (42-27)

No report


1 March 2013 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs DFP Surveying (54-25)

DFP brought their strong aerial attacking force in the shape of the tall Zara Colwell at GS, but with their strength in versatility, FM were able to rotate positions, and play Jane Bartlett at GK. Janes exceptional leaps and reach more than nullified DFPs attacking options, intercepting all but the most perfectly flighted balls in. A first quarter score of 16 ??? 6 to FM was to be a warning message for DFP of play which was yet to come. Second quarter was much better for DFP, showing their strength in mid court. Balls were stolen from FM and goals swiftly added to their tally. Despite FM having switched positions for this quarter, the team remained calm and composed. FMs attacking opportunities were superbly finished off by GS Beverley King who left DFP without any rebound opportunities. Half time score 30-17 to FM. Unfortunately a number of DFP players were suffering from injuries and the team had to swap players for the second half of the match which meant they were unable to capitalise on their rhythm built up in Q2. Once again, FMs defence gave an impressive performance with tips and interceptions keeping the DFP quarter tally to only 5. Despite Becca Parkers best efforts at GD for DFP, FM Eclipse continued to build up the score and start to pull away to an uncatchable lead. In the final quarter DFP were really suffering, particularly with their GA having broken fingers and unable to shoot the ball with any accuracy. FMs Sarah Jones continued to drive the game forward until the final whistle, ensuring that the unfortunate DFP were unable to attain half points.


15 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

Spec Savers vs Vernham Vixens (-C)

Vernham Vixens Cancelled


15 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Eclipse BoxIT (24-59)

No report


15 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Southampton Arms (-C)

SAS Cancelled


15 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

Avenue Day Nursery 1 vs Wimpy (-C)

Wimpy Cancelled


15 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse on Line vs KWD (31-44)

An evenly placed match for the first half with both teams showing a fast pace. There were some physical and committed attacks from Eclipse as they fought in the centre court to gain possession. KWD kept to their own game and despite a slightly panicky and unsettled start they settled in to their own pace and soon started to pull their game together. Once again Sarah Whitby and Jilly Raw showed what a good team they make in defence. Borrowed buddy, and ex KWD player Lyndsey Pratt (Avenue) fitted straight back into WD and also had a great match. Eclipse's shooters were accurate as well with Gemma Nunn being KWD's main focus in stopping the feeds in. KWD pulled away with an incredible team effort from all players for an important win.


15 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Avenue Day Nursery 2 (65-10)

ADN 2 started off for the first half with a disadvantage with only 6 players, but this did not stop their spirit. This was a friendly game, with both teams working well together in defence and attack. Becca Edey was a guest player for ACES at GA, and worked well with Kim Belbin GS in the shooting circle, making ADN 2's defence work hard. Holly Buddle played a good game in the centre court for ADN 2, keeping the ball flowing to her team members.


8 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

Southampton Arms vs Simply Health (C-)

SAS Cancelled


8 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Vernham Vixens (72-26)

FM were quickly in to their slick playing rhythm, popping in the goals in metronomic fashion. When Vernham Vixens did win the ball, they too showed drive and determination, usually finished with an excellent shot. Quarter time ended with FM leading 22 - 6, and at half time the goal difference had increased to 46 - 12. Due to the bitter temperatures, FM decided to switch round their positions during the remainder of the match to ensure that everyone had a turn at keeping warm. A variety of players displayed fabulous versatility, with some excellent performances across the court. Both teams were actually borrowing 2 players each, FM Eclipse borrowing from their sister team Eclipse Online and Vixens borrowing from Simply ACES. However, all players, across both teams blended well. Corrin Leonard and Kelly Smith for FM made some excellent defensive plays and interceptions, meanwhile Julia Carey helped steer Vixens midfield whist some extremely accurate shooting from Kim Belbin kept Vixens' score respectable. FM easily claimed the win, but to their credit Vernham Vixens never gave up their fighting spirit


8 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

Arrows Yellow vs Abbotts Ann (-C)

Abbotts Ann Cancelled


8 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

Avenue Day Nursery 2 vs The Globe (5-50)

The Globe started well getting into their stride quickly with player of the match for The Globe Hayley Young and Ellie Copping hardly missing a goal. Avenue worked hard in centre court and player of the match for The Avenue Nicky Chewins managed to gain many interceptions for the Avenue. The Avenue continued to work hard but good defending from The Globe defenders made it difficult for The Avenue to get the ball into their shooting circle.


8 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Wimpy (60-19)

On a very cold Friday night, the first quarter started off with real end to end play, ACES and Wimpy matching each other goal for goal from each centre. Aces attack pulled away during the second quarter with GS Cathy Loveridge rarely missing a shot. Wimpy's defence tried their best with some good defensive marking in the circle but ACES' defence trio were also making life difficult for Wimpy's attack. Wimpy worked well as a team and certainly put up a good fight, running ACES ragged for the full duration but unfortunately were not able to gain as much ground for shots in the circle. ACES Gemma Edey (WA) managed yet another player of the match accolade with Wimpy's Jenny Morrison (C) gaining the honour for their team.


8 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Eclipse on Line (22-19)

No Report


1 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

KWD vs Spec Savers (35-22)

An even start saw teams blowing the cobwebs away after the Christmas break and snowed off matches. Both teams were evenly matched until half time with their defences getting into their stride before the shooters. KWD borrowed ex team mate Jemma Harrop for the evening due to a shortage of players. She had an amazing match along side Jilly Raw, even though she had already played the previous match. Jo Mussell linked well in centre court to steady play, which at times had become a little rushed, causing error. Specsavers GD Kim also raised her game and made a big difference to the score with some snappy defending. She intercepted over head drops and made feeds into the cirlce very hard. However KWD settled into their own stride in the last 30 minutes and began to pull away.


1 February 2013 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs The Globe (35-21)

After a two month break from netball both teams were keen to get the match started. The first quarter was fairly even, Simply Aces took a slight advantage at the end of the quarter despite their GS taking a nasty fall. During the second quarter SimplyAces held onto their four goal lead and made some turnovers in the centre third. The match then had a slight delay while the players moved to another court due to slippery conditions, as The globe C took a heavy fall on the knee.The game resumed with both teams dropping to six players due to injuries. Simply aces started the second half 18-13 and they didn't look back despite the best efforts by The globes guest player Lyndsey Hutchinson as GD preventing the shooters getting the ball into the circle. The globes WA Jo Woodward had a brilliant game, she made some brilliant passes into her shooters. The globe battled well to get half points, but SimplyAces deserved to win.


1 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

Arrows Yellow vs Wimpy (45-16)

No report


1 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs Avenue Day Nursery 1 (41-19)

No Report


1 February 2013 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs Simply Health (66-14)

FM Eclipse continued their winning form this Friday with victory against the consistently improving Simply Health. With the previous attempt of this fixture being abandoned after the first quarter due to a dangerous court surface, FM Eclipse were eager to try for a repeat quarter time score of 25 - 0. However, this time Simply Health had brought their A game with their top defensive players Lauren Webb and Donna Bowsher steering the team from the back end of the court. Using their height and reach to full advantage the Simply Health defensive pair were able to make vital tips and interceptions in the final third, making the FM attack work hard for their goals. But work hard they did. By quarter time FM were leading 18 - 5 and by half time the lead was extended to 32 - 7. During the second half, FMs defense gave their own impressive display with a number of brilliant leaps and tips by GD Jane Bartlett. FMs Stevie Weeks and Helen Sarvar ensured that FM Eclipse had full control of the centre court throughout the match, which ultimately enabled FM to pull away to an excellent win


30 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

Avenue Day Nursery 2 vs The Globe (12-46)

The Globe started the match well with both shooters scoring well within the opening quarter. Jo Woodward worked hard at GD and managed to gain lots of valuable interceptions. The cold weather meant The Globe switched their Goal Keeper after the first quarter, The Avenue got into their stride and started to score goals. The Globe continued to feed the ball well into their shooters with good linking between attack and defence from Emma Wilding, despite excellent defending from The Avenue Goal Keeper and player of the match Nicky Chewins The Globe managed to gain a bigger lead. Player of the match for The Globe Sam Hawthorne worked well in the circle as Goal keeper making it very difficult for the Avenue to score from their interceptions.


30 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Wimpy (51-16)

The very chilly (but thankfully dry!) evening started well for both teams; although ACES had taken the lead by 11 goals at the end of the first quarter, Wimpy kept the pressure on and had managed to bring their score to 7 by half time. Wimpy's' circle defence marked well but ACES GS and GA Kim Belbin and Andrea Westley managed some great goals. In for a special mention was ACES WA Kathy Holley who managed to score an accidental goal whilst passing in from outside the "D"! The next two quarters flew by with some fantastic marking and centre court play from Wimpy but despite their best efforts, the game ended with a clear victory for ACES.


30 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Vernham Vixens (64-27)

With a line up of players, 50% of whom were from their sister team Eclipse Online, FM Eclipse faced Division 1 newcomers Vernham Vixens this Friday. Those 'playing up' to FM Eclipse had already played in the earlier matches so were already warmed up and focused on the coldest match night so far this season. This meant that FM were immediately up to speed with FM scoring straight from the first whistle. Although Vixens took longer to reach match temperature, once there, GS Debbie Robinson was ably keeping Vixens on par with FM, scoring some excellent goals without rebound opportunities. As is now customary, FM Eclipse rotated their positions during each quarter, with players showing their skill and versatility across the court. By half time FM had carved out a 28 - 13 lead, ensuring that Vixens were playing for half points at best. Throughout the match Vixens made the most of their opportunities registering some very consistent scores each quarter. Vixens never gave up, and an excellent performance from their defensive pair Charlotte Farquarson and Emma Nicoll ensured that FMs attack had to work continuously to keep their team tally moving. However, with tips and turnovers across the court, FM were just that little more consistent, and with the extremely accurate shooting of Georgia Nutley (GA), FM built up an unassailable lead.


30 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

Arrows Yellow vs Abbotts Ann (26-28)

No report


30 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse on Line vs Simply Health (50-20)

No report


23 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

Arrows Yellow vs Eclipse BoxIT (33-54)

No report


23 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

Southampton Arms vs Vernham Vixens (48-32)

No report


23 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Spec Savers (69-21)

This season SpecSavers have played some excellent matches, but with a couple of regular players down, this weeks fixture against FM Eclipse was always going to be tricky. FM started strongly, pulling out an early lead. The defensive pairing of Beverley King(GK) and Jane Bartlett(GD) were quick to close down any attack which was heading towards SpecSavers main goal scorer, Emily Palmer(GA). Meanwhile Eclipse's Laura White(GS) and Julia Mullin(GA) gave an accurate shooting display for FM to race in to a 17 - 6 quarter time lead. In the second quarter FM Eclipse rotated their positions and turned up the heat on a very cold evening, piling on the goals for an unassailable half time lead of 36 - 8. During the rest of the match FMs 'Best Player' Stevie Weeks continued to control the match at C and then WD, turning tips and interceptions in to the next FM attack. Despite an excellent effort by SpecSavers Rachel Lowe (GD), FMs variety of pace, plays and quick movement continued to kept them well outside of Specsavers reach.


23 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs KWD (44-53)

DFP got off to a good start despite being one player short. They kept within 3 goals until half time with some good intercepting in the centre third and pin point accurate shooting from Zara Coldwell. KWD kept a level head and used their extra player to their advantage by making DFP's tiring attack work extra hard in sharing the load. Lynne Archer and Cerried Perrett responded well to the pressure of keeping their team ahead as missed goals often lead to DFP scoring 3 in succession and pulling back. The final quarter increased their lead for a win.


23 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

Avenue Day Nursery 2 vs Wimpy (11-26)

No report


23 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Avenue Day Nursery 1 (34-52)

This match was a battle right from the off. After the first quarter ending 8-11 in Avenues favour, ACES made some changes and after some great work in defence by Lisa Willoughby, Kirsten Haslam and Lauren Webb ACES and accurate shooting ACES managed to pull the score back to 20-20 at the end of the second quarter. Despite strong play from C Kathy Holley (Best player) and GA Andrea Westley, Avenue began to edge ahead in the third quarter due to excellent defensive work by GD Jemma Harrop (Best player) and in the last quarter gained a stronger lead to claim a hard-fought win.


16 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs Abbotts Ann (44-47)

A very closely fought match indeed. AA started of very strong and took an early lead. Simply Aces soon found their stride, first quarter ended 11-8 to AA. 2nd quarter was much the same and the score reflected that 21-19 to AA. Simply Aces at one point in the 3rd quarter gained the lead with the ball being feed effectively from WA Gemma Edey and C Kathy Holley to the shooters GA Cathy Loveridge and GS Andrea Westley who worked well in the circle, but AA soon fought back and the 3rd quarter ended 33-31 to AA. Last quarter seen some lovely defending from WD Kirsten Haslam, GD Lisa Willoughby and GK Sue Evans, but Simply Aces couldn't bridge the gap. Some lovely play from both teams who where equally matched. Final score 47-44 to Abbotts Ann.


16 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

Arrows Yellow vs Avenue Day Nursery 1 (40-22)

No Report


16 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

Vernham Vixens vs Simply Health (31-27)

No Report


16 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs Eclipse on Line (49-38)

Eclipse Online gave their stable mates FM Eclipse a close run for their money in this evenings derby match. Both teams were only able to field five of their regular players so each side was ably assisted by a couple of Eclipse Box-IT players from Division2. In the first quarter FM Eclipse were initially on top, quickly building a 5-0 lead. But the Eclipse Online exploded in to life and quickly pulled themselves back on terms to finish the quarter 8 all. As usual, FM Eclipse rotated players each quarter. Their 2nd quarter line-up showed paced and agility through centre court and were quick to build up another healthy lead. Online had a number of opportunities in attack but whilst playing with a wet ball they literally let a number of chances slip through their hands. Again, Online sprang into life towards the end of the quarter, pulling back the deficit to only 5 goals, FM 23 - Online 18. During the rest of the match, FM continued to front load their attack with their regular players. This left them vulnerable to the counter attack. Helen Sarvar (C) and Sarah Jones(GA) were quick to spot this and capitalise on every opportunity. Both Lauren Brinsford (GD) and Kirsty Roach (GS) played significant role each of Onlines plays, Lauren making a number of well read interceptions and Kirsty proving to be a reliable shooter. However, the FM Eclipse ultimately proved to be a little bit stronger and in control as they gained their third win in their their match of the season.


16 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Spec Savers (34-20)

No report


16 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

Wimpy vs The Globe (13-30)

This started off as very close game with the scores at 8-6 to the Globe at the end of the first quarter. In the next quarter the Globe started to pull away with some excellent moving and shooting from The Globes GA Ellie Copping. A change to the Wimpy side in the third quarter saw Lucy Dargan come back onto the court and the Wimpy score started to increase again. The Globe started to stretch the Wimpy who worked extremely well and had some excellent and skilful play from the Wimpy???s GA and player of the match, Donna Earl. Keisha Hodgson however at GD for The Globe paired with Megan Godwin prevented the Wimpy from scoring half points. Cally Ayres C fed the ball down to the shooters where The Globe seemed unstoppable in the final quarter.


9 November 2012 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs Eclipse BoxIT (22-48)

Both teams got off to a slow start, and matched each other goal for goal for the first 15 minutes. BoxIT started to pull away from ACES in the second quarter, with both shooters rarely failing to take advantage of Lyndsey Milne's accurate passes into the circle. Kathy Holley worked hard in defence for ACES, turning defence into attack with some excellent interceptions. An injury to Andrea Westley in the final quarter of the game saw ACES make some unplanned changes to their line up, and half points slipped through their fingers in the dying minutes of a game which finish 22 - 48 to BoxIT.


9 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

Avenue Day Nursery 1 vs The Globe (35-14)

This match was due to be close as both teams were new to the Andover League. The game started extremely close with neither team scoring for the first 5 minutes. The Globe were first to score. Avenues defence proved difficult for The Globe with Lyndsay Hutchinson working well as GD. The Avenue started to pull away as The Globe GK was taken off injured. A change of positions from The Globe saw them start to score goals well however player of the Match Alice Longshaw worked consistently hard throughout feeding the ball well into the circle and shooting well throughout for Avenue. In the last quater The Globe started to get back into their stride, Cally Ayres nipped around the court passing well between attack and defence however the Globe were unable to catch up as The Avenue worked hard with Jemma Harrop getting into her stride and scoring some fantastic goals in the last quater


9 November 2012 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs KWD (60-23)

First match of the evening saw the current table toppers KWD play defending champions FM Eclipse. Scrappy play in the first quarter by FM Eclipse gave opportunities for KWD to steal the ball mid court and build their own attacking opportunities. By the end of the first quarter KWD were still in the match at FM 12 - KWD 6. FM Eclipse showed their strength in versatility by swapping positions for every quarter. In the 2nd 15 minutes, with their new formation, they managed to build a run of goals and pull out a strong half time lead at 32 - 12. KWD remained consistent in their play scoring 6 goals in nearly every quarter. However, the scores belies the excellent game play KWD brought to the match with tips and interceptions across mid court. The defensive pairing of Jilly Raw and Kate Whitby had an excellent match for KWD but FMs strength across all areas of the court ultimately won them the game.


26 October 2012 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs Vernham Vixens (57-22)

A cold night didn't get in the way of KWD this week as they continued their winning streak. Vixens were unfortunate to have to loan players although they couldn't have chosen 2 better Team mates with ex KWD defenders Lyndsey Hutchinson GD and Gemma GK giving a good performance against their old team. Jen Best made a big difference in the 2nd half as she switched ends which slowed up the feeds to KWD's shooter for a while. KWD's mother and daughter combination of Sarah and Kate Whitby were on form with Kate using her long reach to intercept loose throws. Jilly Raw and Jo Mussell also contributed in defense to keep Vixens scoring down to increase their goal difference.


12 October 2012 @ 8:20pm

Avenue Day Nursery 1 vs Wimpy (48-3)

No report


12 October 2012 @ 8:20pm

Eclipse on Line vs KWD (26-47)

KWD were on good form again as they started their match with confidence. Mel Davies(best player) switched from attack to defense swiftly to give centre court play a well drilled look. Ali Oliver was supportive and drove forward to link play with Cerrie Perrett and Lynne Archer who timed their moves perfectly and shot increasing accuracy. Eclipse stayed on their opponents backs at all times with their C and GA Sarah (best player) controlling play when in their half. The final quarter saw them pulling back with a final push to give them half points.


12 October 2012 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs Avenue Day Nursery 2 (71-5)

The first of the big wins saw ACES take an early lead in the first quarter, ending on a 19-0 lead. ACES defense made timely interceptions to prevent ADN2 getting the ball into the goal third with their WA Gemma Edey (Best Player) and C Julia Carey working well together to continuously feed the ball into their shooters, who rarely missed a shot. ADN2 started to find their feet more in the third and forth quarters, where their GA Hannah Lewis (Best Player) and GS were able get a few goals.


12 October 2012 @ 7:00pm

Spec Savers vs Vernham Vixens (61-27)

No report


12 October 2012 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Eclipse BoxIT (50-59)

probably one of the most exciting and closely fought matches of the night saw AA with only 6 players and yet holding their own against a strong Box-IT side. AA had the advantage albeit small despite being short of players. Both teams were neck and neck in the 2nd and 3rd quarters and had equal advantage in the circle with exceptionally tall shooters. the final quarter understandably saw AA flagging and unable to keep the feeds to their attack. Box-It took advantage and forged ahead.


12 October 2012 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs Southampton Arms (65-32)

Four match nights into the ADNA winter season and FM Eclipse finally got to complete a game, successfully negotiating a potentially tricky fixture against Division 1 newcomers, Southampton Arms Sports. SAS, strengthened their usual line up by bringing in the tall defender Mel Kirk, from the Basingstoke leagues Exton team. However, FM Eclipse remained unruffled by their new challenge and continue to show the excellent play. SAS started the match with excellent movement and confident play from the centre court in to attack. FM kept pace and then moved ahead, capitalising on numerous centre court interceptions. First quarter score was 15 - 8 to FM. Each quarter after that was a similar story with a similar score and although SAS narrowly missed out on getting half points they have certainly shown their intensions to the rest of the division 1 teams.


28 September 2012 @ 8:20pm

Arrows Yellow vs Wimpy (39-11)

No report


28 September 2012 @ 8:20pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs Avenue Day Nursery 1 (31-42)

No report


28 September 2012 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Vernham Vixens (44-26)

Vixens second match in division one was a highly competitive game. For the first two quarters only six goal separated the two teams. The third quarter saw DFP move comfortably ahead due to a very effective defence and the great movement by the goal shooter Paige Richards. The final score was 44-26 and Vixens were pleased to come away with some points.


28 September 2012 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs Spec Savers (48-30)

KWD were back up to full strength and keen to get a win after a tight match the previous week. The first quarter saw a blistering start with goal shooter Lynne Archer showing amazing form as she comfortably shot from all around the circle with almost 100% accuracy. Specsavers GD Kim, didn't make it an easy feed into the circle but this didn't affect Lynne in the least. KWD continued to increase their lead until the 4th quarter when Specsavers shooters began to get into their zone. Caroline Summers created space as she played the ball around the D making Jilly Raw chase every ball down. This helped to close down the goal difference. Both teams played well but KWD looked confident and determined to win this match.


28 September 2012 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs The Globe (49-15)

ACES had a great start to the season against newly formed The Globe. Sue Evans and Irena Dzisiewska defended well, keeping out the Globe shooters. While on centre court Kathy Holley, Julia Carey and Judy Palmer moved the ball around nicely, with Judy making some lovely passes into the shooters. Sinead Lucker defended well for the Globe, but ACES shooters Cathy Loveridge and Andrea Westley hardly missed a shot.


21 September 2012 @ 8:20pm

Arrows Yellow vs The Globe (17-28)

Both teams got off to a strong start with Steph Jackson shooting well for Arrows. The match remained almost goal for goal until the third quarter when The Globe found their feet and managed to pull out a 7 goal lead with strong attacking play from Jo Woodward and Sinead Lucker. As the game progressed The Globe grew in confidence and despite excellent play from a very gutsy Arrows team and player of the match for Arrows Emma Howland working hard in the centre, The Globe defence of Jemma Harrop and Kat Towerton prevented Arrows from catching up in the final quarter.


21 September 2012 @ 8:20pm

Eclipse on Line vs Vernham Vixens (31-28)

No report


21 September 2012 @ 8:20pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs Avenue Day Nursery 2 (56-7)

No report


21 September 2012 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Simply Health (63-17)

Simplyhealth's first 1st division game was a little shock to the system but a great game all the same. SH unfortunately started with only 6 players however started well. The first quarter ended at half score of 8-4 to DFP. SH fought all throughout, Donna Bowsher and Renna Dzosiewska defended really well and covered our defensive half really well to compensate for no WD. At half time DFP had started to pull away to a score of 25-6. SH made a couple of changes at half time, Sarah Hewitt took the place of keeper and continued to fight for the ball. Emily Webb linked up the defence and attack and fed into shooters Paula Burgess and Andrea Westley at every opportunity. Great team work and communication throughout, big shame it wasn't reflected in the overall score of 63-17.


21 September 2012 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Wimpy (28-3)

No report


21 September 2012 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs Southampton Arms (31-34)

ADNA 2012/2013 netball season got off to a good start last Friday with no matches being rained off despite an early downpour. Newly promoted SAS had a blessing in their first, 1st Div game when they played KWD who found themselves one player down at short notice so unable to take advantage of the new 'buddy' rule that was elected at the last AGM. KWD had the better start and were leading in the 1st quarter. A change of players gave SAS a stronger defence in the 2nd and 4th quarters which made KWD's already hard stretched centre court players having to push forward to make up for the shortfall. Cerrie Perret, Jo Mussell and Sarah Whitby did an amazing job at getting the ball away and back down the court to their attack, who also found themseves having to drive out of position against SAS's well drilled defence. SAS used their extra player to full advantage and double marked every KWD player who were next in line for the pass. The final 5 minutes saw both teams neck and neck, although KWD were understandably tiring. SAS's shooter intercepted a loose ball and turned it around quickly to edge them into the lead. This lead to another quick centre followed by quick accurate shooting and Victory.


23 March 2012 @ 8:20pm

DFP Surveying vs Eclipse Online (55-19)

in the last game of the season dfp upped their game again and found their fluent passing and shooting which let them down last week. with Jackie Footitt coming on as GD and Cheryl Green shooting well eclipse on line found it difficult stem the flow.with this win dfp came runners up in the 1st division, behind FM eclipse.


23 March 2012 @ 8:20pm

KWD vs Andover Arrows Purple (21-49)

Arrows took an immediate lead with Zara Colewell experience and height making her position look effortless with some easy drop goals KWD came back in the second and third quarters with some change of positions. Jo Mussell and Lynne Archer worked well together with a stream of long shots for KWD's long term shooter. Arrows young team kept their cool and created some excellent opportunities in mid court with swift interceptions and quick moves into the D, overwhelming KWD in the final quarter, although the score didn't reflect how well KWD played.


23 March 2012 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs Specsavers (68-23)

Specsavers certainly put up a valiant fight this week against top of the table FM Eclipse, however with FMs strength and depth across the court, keeping in reach was always going to be an uphill battle. FM quickly built up a good tally of goals in the first quarter leaving Specsavers opportunities few and far between. As the match wore on, FM rotated their players, keeping up the initial pace from the first quarter. Both teams attacks gave a near faultless performance in the shooting circle, but FM were simply stronger across their defence and the mid court, which ultimately won them the game. Unfortunately two power cuts during the match plunged the courts into darkness, the second of which cutting the match short to leave the final scores


16 March 2012 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Simply ACES (36-48)

Aces made a very quick start to this match, leading 15-4 at the end of the 1st quarter. From this point the match became more evenly balanced, with much fast paced play in the centre third, accurate shooting by both teams and defenders working hard in both circles in an effort to clear the ball. Aces GA Natalie Shaw and AA GD Sarah King were well matched ‘players of the match’, while Aces C Julia Carey found herself more than ‘double marked’ on some occasions. A friendly and enjoyable game!


16 March 2012 @ 7:00pm

Southampton Arms Sport vs Vernham Vixens (29-26)

SAS made a lot of changes for this match due to key players bring unavailable and the beggining of the match saw them take a long time to settle. Yet again Debbie Gritthiths controlled all of vixens court play at C and moved a lot of her defences balls down to the shooters to covert however this game was really won for sas by thier defence. Laura Pearson, Sarah Rampton and Abby Goddard made continuous interceptions throughout the game and played outstanding to help thier team eventually run out winners with what was a very close score line.


16 March 2012 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs DFP Surveying (47-33)

On the penultimate Friday of this years ADNA winter league, it was most likely that the winners of this match would go on and clinch the league title. Both teams were eager to be that winner. DFP brought a large and talented team to cover every eventuality, but it was FM Eclipse, hungry to avenge their earlier defeat by DFP, who made the stronger start. A significant goal difference quick grew between the teams with excellent shooting from FMs attack. By quarter time FM were 7 goals ahead 14 - 7. During the next two quarter play became more tense with more interceptions and errors. Despite some very passionate defending from DFPs Emma Law, FM Eclipse were able to ride the storm and enter the final quarter with and 8 goal lead. FM picked up the pace once more in the final quarter with some superb centre court exchanges between Stevie Weeks(C) and Jane Bartlett (WD). Best Players Hannah Long (GA) and Trudi Torbutt (GA) continued to keep the scoring rate up for both teams but it was FM who managed to capitalise on their early lead, winning the match by 14.


9 March 2012 @ 8:20pm

DFP Surveying vs Specsavers (64-28)

Unfortunately spec Savers could only field 6 players and DFP took full advantage of the extra player, this did not stop Spec savers putting up a spirited fight and making a friendly competative game. Corrine King and Jasmin Davies kept the ball passing fast and furious up to their attack, with Emma Law playing GA in the second half proving she is just as competent in attack as in defence.


9 March 2012 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Andover Arrows Yellow (50-32)

Arrows Yellow proved how much experience they had gained since the last time ACES played them, with a much improved game. Aces played well as a team, with WD Gemma Edey making some timely interecptions to prevent the ball making its way to Lilly Thistle, Arrows GS, who hardly missed a goal. This was a friendly game, with both teams working hard to move the ball up the court.


9 March 2012 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs Eclipse Solstice (60-29)

Solistice had an immediate disadvantage as they were only able to field 6 players which leftthem stretched against KWD's strongest line up. Their centre court players really worked hard to cover the position but KWD took full advantage and went into the game determind not to rest on their lorrals and just be content with a win as goal diference can also change an end of year league table. Mel Davis was once again outstanding as centre and work tirelessly despite solstices own excellent cntre court play. Lynne Archer and Cerrie Perret seemed comfortable as they plugged away at their end of the court with some great shooting.


2 March 2012 @ 8:20pm

KWD vs DFP Surveying (20-54)

Pauline Coleman played GS for DFP and settled in nicely with Trudi Tobutt GA as a strong attacking force with strong passing skills in the shooting area. Paige Richards unfortunately went off injured and Peta Green came on as WD and had a strong game stiffling the passes into the KWD circle. As always KWD made it difficult and fought to the end with some good centre court play.


2 March 2012 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Southampton Arms Sport (31-48)

Abbots Ann as always were a friendly team to play against and lyn north thier WA once again had a great match dominating in all the passes to the accurate Abbott Ann shooters. However Laura pearson GD and Abby Goddard GK in the sas defence had a great game and managed to turn rebounds around for SAS to run out winners and continue their winning streak.


24 February 2012 @ 8:20pm

KWD vs Eclipse Online (31-34)

Eclipse had the better start and held a comfortable lead at quarter time. Their defence were tight on KWD's shooters who worked hard to gain access into the D. Halftime saw a change in dynamics with KWD fighting back. Mel Davis worked tirelessly in centre court with Cerrie Perrett and new GK signing Jemma working really well together. Eclipses shooters received some great feds of the ball, making it quite a battle against attack and defence. The final quarter was a goal for goal event with a couple of missed opportunities from KWD which gave Eclipse the edge in this evenly matched game.


24 February 2012 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Andover Arrows Purple (63-29)

In this match between two of the division1 title contenders, it was FM Eclipse who simply took the match by the scruff of the neck and played their opponents off the court in the first quarter. An impressive 13 goal lead at quarter time was increased by FM Eclipse to a 21 goal lead at half time. Throughout the match, FM Eclipse showed their strength and depth, not being afraid to change a winning team at every quarter break. Strong play from all of the FM defensive units was crisply finished off by their accurate attack. Arrows were unlucky to loose an experienced GD in the first quarter to injury and their up and coming young side were simply overwhelmed by the FM tide. By the final quarter FM were starting to slow, but they were still strong enough to stay far enough away to claim all 5 points and leave their opponents empty handed.


24 February 2012 @ 7:00pm

Simply Health vs Southampton Arms Sport (23-48)

Both teams played competitively and fairly from the start with accurate shooting in both circles. Emily Webb dominated in the simply health centre court linking her defence and attacking players with accurate feeding. However as the game progressed SAS increased thier lead. Charlotte towerton GA for SAS didn't miss hardly any goals attempts she had and jade Scott at WA kept feeding in timely passes to her shooters which proved the difference and led to SAS victorious on the night.


24 February 2012 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Eclipse BoxIT (40-33)

The game started well with both teams scoring and at the end of the first quarter saw Abbotts Ann 6 goals to 5 in the lead. The second quarter saw some timely interceptions by Sandy Evans AA C and the AA shooters of Jane Brough and Tracy Kestle were able to increase the lead to 22 / 9 at half time. After that Boxit began to catch up but AA were able to hold on to win.


10 February 2012 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Andover Arrows Yellow (W-W)

WET WEATHER


3 February 2012 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Vernham Vixens (38-38)

The game began at a fairly fast pace and by the end of the first quarter Vixens were leading 10 goals to five. With good centre play from Abbotts Ann Kirsty Evers C and Lyn North WA, balls were fed into the Abbotts Ann shooters Sarah King and Sandy Evens, who increased in confidence and missed few shots as the game progressed. Gradually Abbotts Ann caught up to equal the score in this tightly fought match.


3 February 2012 @ 8:20pm

Simply Health vs Andover Arrows Yellow (60-18)

Simplyhealth took the lead in the first quarter 15/5, Arrows had a hard battle against Lauren Webb (GD) who had a fantastic game, great interceptions and launching balls straight into her shooters who both hardly missed a shot. Arrows Sophie Kennedy worked the court well in her efforts to stop Simplyhealth from scoring more goals.


3 February 2012 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Andover Arrows Purple (29-27)

This match started very tentatively on a very cold night. DFP took their time finding accurate passing into the circle and their strong defence kept them just ahead of ~Arrows 9 - 6 at quarter time. Gradually during the following 2 quarters DFP gained inconfidence and pulled away 24- 17 going into the last quarter. However during the last quarter Arrows put up a very strong attack and DFP were lucky to hang onto a win of 29-27


3 February 2012 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Eclipse BoxIT (46-57)

This match was moved into the sports hall much to the delight of the players from both teams. The first quarter started fairly evenly while the teams adjusted to the indoor environment. Despite SimplyACES only have six players this did not reflect on their performance, they pulled together and worked brilliantly. SimplyACES WA Lindsey Reed had a brilliant game, she helped get the ball into the shooters but also played a key roll defending BoxIT's spare player when they made swift turnarounds. BoxIT took advantage of the centre passes, the ball was feed into the shooter within two passes. Best player for BoxIT was GA Julia Morrison, she made space on the court and converted key goals to give BoxIT the advantage at half time. In the second half, one of SimplyACES picked up an injury, she continued as she didn't want her team to go down to five players. SimplyACES GA Andrea Westley has settled into her temporary position as a shooter, she picked up loose balls in the circle and used her speed to dodge the defence. BoxIT slowly increased their lead and it was too much work for SimplyACES to make a come back from. BoxIT made a good all round performance to take the win 57 - 46.


3 February 2012 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs Specsavers (36-34)

With temperatures hitting a low of ~6 both teams did well to get this match into a fast pace from an early stage. Specsavers put out one of their strongest teams as Kim Dance's (GD) excellent match was made up with overhead interceptions being her strength earning her bestplayer for SS. KWD had the upperhand for 3 quarters despite their defence having to adapt to new positions, which they did so well. Sarah Whitby (GK) and Lyndsey Hutchins (GD) went for the man marking out approach which slowed their opponents down until the last quarter where Specsavers took advantage of a run of simple errors from KWD, who made hard work of their last quarter but squeezed out a win.


27 January 2012 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs KWD (43-23)

Although FM Eclipse were quick off the mark, scoring the first volley of goals, KWD were eager to make this a good contest and quickly pinched some centre passes to even the scores up at 5 all. However, the match then swung right back into FMs favour and by quarter time the score was FM 14 - KWD 6. This was to be the template for the next three quarters. KWD playing some excellent netball, orchestrated by their WD Lyndsay Pratt. Throughout the match though, FM were persistently that little bit better. Their defensive pairing of Laura White (GK) and Sarah Jones (GD) made interceptions and rebounds, completely cutting down the KWD shooting chances. Meanwhile FMs Hannah Long (GA) was ever accurate, continually building the score through to the final whistle.


27 January 2012 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Vernham Vixens (30-54)

The first game of the new year on a decidedly chilly evening started well for both teams; although Vixens had taken the lead by four goals at the end of the first quarter, ACES kept the pressure on and by half time the score was 15-27 Vixens. ACES C Julia Carey made light work of covering the centre court with assistance from her WA and WD providing cover for the attacking circle passes. Vixens' circle defence marked well but ACES GS Kim Belbin managed some great goals. The next two quarters flew by with some fantastic goals from VIxens GS Debbie Robinson who hardly missed a shot, no matter where she stood! Both Vixens and ACES showed great teamwork in the goal circles but despite ACES defence's best efforts, the game ended with a victory for Vixens.


27 January 2012 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Simply Health (21-34)

Simplyhealth and Abbotts Ann finished the first quarter even 8/8. Simplyhealth managed to get it together and started to pull away in the 2nd quarter 20/11. Some excellent interceptions on court by Simply's defence Donna Bowsher GD which gave Simplyhealth the opportunity to bring the ball back up court and straight into their shooters. Abbotts Ann's centre Sandy Evans tried everything she could to defeat Simplyhealth players. Final Score 34/21


18 November 2011 @ 8:20pm

Southampton Arms Sport vs Vernham Vixens (50-25)

The match was competitive from the first whistle and although SAS took an early 5 goal lead Vixens bought the goal difference back to within 3 goals with brilliant centre court play from Denise Griffiths who dominated at C for Vixens and helped the first half of the match be evenly fought. However SAS made two changes at half time and this saw them take a 20 goal lead in the third quarter with Jodie Gibson at GS dominating the SAS shooting circle and GK Laura Pearson making timely interceptions in the SAS defence for a SAS victory with a comfortable 50 - 25 win. Aces and Abbotts Ann have not met for many years but these two team knew from the start it was going to be a close game. Aces took an early lead in the first quarter with a 12-6 lead, Abbotts Ann reacted well in the second quarter defending harder with help from there GK Tina Charlesworth who made some great interceptions. By the third quarter both teams were once again evenly matched with Aces only having a one goal lead. The final quarter to this game decided the match with aces pushing harder and tightening there defence with help from there GK Sue Evans. Aces WA Lynnsey Reed became a key player on court feeding the ball into her shooters.


18 November 2011 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs DFP Surveying (34-41)

In what turned out to be a tight match DFP started brightly scoring the 1st goal, however, FM stuck to their guns & finished a tight 1st quarter only 10-8 behind. FM made changes for the 2nd quarter which proved to be to their advantage & they managed to take the lead but was still 1 goal behind at half time. Good all round team performance was highlighted in the 3rd quarter as DFP moved the ball around the court well so that they started to pull away. the shooters GS Trudi Tobutt & GA Cheryl Green found their touch & finished 3rd quarter up by 30 goals to 24. FM rallied again in the last quarter which proved to be the tightest of the match, however they could not close the cap with the final score being 41-34 to DFP. a mention must be made of the DFP defence GK Jackie Footitt & GD Emma Law who stuck gamely to their task with some important interceptions being made at crucial times.


18 November 2011 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Simply ACES (35-45)

Aces and Abbotts Ann have not met for many years but these two team knew from the start it was going to be a close game. Aces took an early lead in the first quarter with a 12-6 lead, Abbotts Ann reacted well in the second quarter defending harder with help from there GK Tina Charlesworth who made some great interceptions. By the third quarter both teams were once again evenly matched with Aces only having a one goal lead. The final quarter to this game decided the match with aces pushing harder and tightening there defence with help from there GK Sue Evans. Aces WA Lynnsey Reed became a key player on court feeding the ball into her shooters.


11 November 2011 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs Andover Arrows Yellow (60-8)

SimpyACES got the game off to a flying start. They took advantage of loose balls and made some timely interceptions to prevent Arrows getting the ball into the goal third. Arrows started to find their feet in the second quarter thanks to the experience of GD Gemma Eddie, she slowed down SimplyACES on form shooters and helped get the ball back to her attack. The third quarter saw the heavens open and it made playing conditions extremely difficult. The rain didnt dampen the spirts of either team, and after a brief meeting with the umpires and the captains, both teams wanted to finish the game. The forth quarter started with Simply ACES leading 46-6. Arrows did not have much chance to come back from this deficit. SimplyACES played brilliantly in the centre court with their C Julia Carey and WA Andrea Westley, making short sharp passes between them to work the ball back up the court. SimplyACES fully deserved to win 60-8 and full credit to Arrows for continuing to play.


11 November 2011 @ 7:00pm

Southampton Arms Sport vs Eclipse BoxIT (45-29)

SAS took an early lead in the match with accurate shooting from their shooters Juia Turpin (GS) & Betsey Tuffrey (GA) despite defending from the BoxIT defence, Corrine Redpath, who continued with 100% effort throughout the game. As each quarter continued the SAS lead grew in a match which was contested right to the end. Despite BoxITs continued, (GD) Charlotte Towerton made some timely interceptions for SAS around the BoxIT shooting circle enabling SAS to increase their lead further. C for BoxIT Ceilidh Kemp dominated for her team in the middle of the court but SAS finished comfortable winners.


4 November 2011 @ 8:20pm

Simply Health vs Simply ACES (43-25)

A great game between the Simplyhealth teams ending the 1st quarter equal, Simplyhealth managed to pull away in the second quarter with Sarah Hewitt (WD) playing the court well. Simplyhealth held it tight with the masterful play by their shooters Lucy Dargan (GS) and Paula Burgess (GA). Simplyaces Andrea Westley (GA) and Lynnsey Reed (WA) did everything they could to keep feeding their team the ball but unfortunately the lead of Simplyhealth by the 3rd quater was too far away for Simplyaces to catch up.


4 November 2011 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Eclipse Online (61-15)

Eclipse Online were tonight some what under the weather with more than half of their team affected by illness. Unfortunately, their FM Eclipse stablemates and opponents are in a rich vein of form and at the top of division 1, so this was always going to be a tough match for them. FM Eclipse must feel the game was won in the first quarter as during these 15 minutes they opened up an 18 - 0 lead. Despite excellent defending from new face Jo Burgon, Online were to struggle with ill health throughout the match. For FM Eclipse, Stevie Weeks made countless interceptions in the centre court whilst Hannah Longs consistently accurate shooting completed a number of well worked plays. Georgia Nutley (GA) raised Online hopes in the second half as her confidence and accuracy increased, however FM Eclipse remind too strong for Eclipse Online to fight back with any vigour


4 November 2011 @ 8:20pm

Andover Arrows Purple vs Eclipse Solstice (51-16)

During the first half of this match, Andover Arrows Purple really brought the fight to league leaders FM Eclipse. Their youthful enthusiasm and drive helped them to ask telling questions of the Box-IT sponsored team. FM Eclipse, however, did not help themselves, consistently throwing away centre passes and then relying on an excellent defensive effort from Kim Redgrave and Sarah Jones to win the ball and build the attack. At half time, FM Eclipse had a narrow lead of four goals, FM 20 - Arrows 16. FM Eclipse switched players and positions for the second half which brought a total switch in fortunes. As FM put their foot on the accelerator, Arrows panicked and the goals quickly slipped away. By the final quarter, FM were buzzing and they pushed all the way to the final whistle. Arrows just managed to hang on to half marks to gain a deserved point.


4 November 2011 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs DFP Surveying (18-26)

An exciting match from start to finish with the final score not showing the closeness of this game. Both teams played a strong and at times physically defensive game which saw some real battles for possecion. KWD's Lyndsey Pratt and Mel Davis paired up so well and worked the ball down the court despite the tight and acuarate marking from DFP. It was in the final quarter that the game was won with DFP's defence not conceeding a goal and allowing their team to pull away.


4 November 2011 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Southampton Arms Sport (22-32)

The game was fairly even to begin with goals being scored at both ends. By half time SAS were in the lead 16 to 10. The Abbotts Ann shooters Sandy Evans and Jane Brough worked well together and Lin North AA WA was able to feed balls into the circle. Sarah King AA GD made some good interceptions.


4 November 2011 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs Vernham Vixens (30-36)

This is the first close game that Vixens have encountered since the start of the Season With the first and second quarters being neck and neck it took the 3rd quarter for Vixens to increase the lead by 2 giving them a 25 to 23 lead. Lisa Hamson (GA) stepped up her game and with her gaining possession of the ball and getting to the circle Vixens finally saw the goals going in more to increase the lead further. The last quarter saw both Teams fighting for the ball as they both wanted the Win. Although Eclipse worked extremely hard with Rita Smith (WD) intercepting to gain possession for her team it was not enough to catch up and the game ended with Vixens winning with 6 goals. It was a good win for Vixens but at least Eclipse also got to get some points which was well deserved


21 October 2011 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Eclipse BoxIT (30-41)

The first quarter saw both teams scoring end to end but by half time Boxit had drawn ahead 25 to 11. In the second half Tracy Kestle AA GS and Sarah King's AA GA accurate shooting saw AA draw closer. Corinne Jeffrey AA played well as WA feeding the ball into the AA circle. The Boxit shooting was accurate and little could be done to prevent the GS from scoring.


21 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

Andover Arrows Yellow vs Vernham Vixens (14-49)

A well deserved win for Vixens although it took 2 quarters to settle into the game The first quarter was nearly neck and neck with only 5 goals trailing for Yellows. The second quarter saw Vixens increase the lead by 11 goals and this was down to GA Lisa Hamson where she rarely missed a goal. The 3rd quarter the lead was increased even more by 20 Goals and although excellent shooting from both shooters Yellows GK Jemma Harrop intercepted the ball at every given opportunity to take the ball away from Vixens shooters. Although it was a slow paced game Vixens worked hard to win.


21 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs Eclipse Online (32-36)

Both teams were evenly matched throughout this match with a real battle taking place on court. Eclipse settled quickly with their centre court playerslooking well drilled and delivering the ball into their shooting zone. KWD played better this week after struggling in the last few matches so far this season with injuries leaving several players playing out of position Sarah Whitby and Lyndsey Pratt battled for every ball in defence and worked so hard to bring play down court despite the tight marking from Eclipse. The final quarter saw KWD closing in by 2 goals but Eclipse shooters were cool and focus and kept them in the lead in the close match.


21 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs Andover Arrows Purple (54-27)

During the first half of this match, Andover Arrows Purple really brought the fight to league leaders FM Eclipse. Their youthful enthusiasm and drive helped them to ask telling questions of the Box-IT sponsored team. FM Eclipse, however, did not help themselves, consistently throwing away centre passes and then relying on an excellent defensive effort from Kim Redgrave and Sarah Jones to win the ball and build the attack. At half time, FM Eclipse had a narrow lead of four goals, FM 20 - Arrows 16. FM Eclipse switched players and positions for the second half which brought a total switch in fortunes. As FM put their foot on the accelerator, Arrows panicked and the goals quickly slipped away. By the final quarter, FM were buzzing and they pushed all the way to the final whistle. Arrows just managed to hang on to half marks to gain a deserved point.


14 October 2011 @ 8:20pm

FM Eclipse vs Specsavers (77-13)

FM Eclipse sponsored by Box-It may have started this match with 6 players on court, but it could never be said that they were on the back foot at any point of the match. FM had built a 5 - 0 lead before their numbers were fully restored, and once with their full compliment of players, they drove forward with real endeavour. By the end of the first quarter FM were already hinting at things to come, with the score at 19 - 3. Both teams more or less doubled their score in the second quarter but that wasn't necessarily good new for Specsavers who, despite the best efforts of their GA Emily Palmer, where unable to get to grips with FMs swift and accurate play down the centre of the court. During the second half of the match FM really showed their versatility by significantly changing positions in both quarters without any significant affect to their overall style and pace. Despite SpecSavers continued best efforts through to the end of the match, the FM Eclipse machine just relentlessly rolled on.


14 October 2011 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Andover Arrows Yellow (22-9)

The match began with Abbotts Ann taking an early lead which they gradually increased as the game went on. Kirsty Evers WA AA and Sandy Evens C AA were able to feed the ball into the AA shooters despite good marking by the Arrows defence. At the other end Tina Charlesworth GD AA and Sue Hook GK AA allowed few balls into the Arrows circle, the final score being AA 22 ArrowsYellow 9.


14 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Eclipse Online (43-25)

The new Online Team knew this was going to be a tough match against last years league Winners. Online got off to a slow start as DFP pulled away ending the quarter with a 12-3 lead. The rest of the game saw Online come back with a vengeance with Georgia Nutley showing some sharp shooting and some fierce defending from Sarah Richards. DFP's Anna Pocock had a fantastic game commanding the centre court.


14 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

Simply ACES vs Southampton Arms Sport (29-44)

Simply Aces were missing a number of their usual players, which resulted in players taking on different positions. The game started evenly with only one goal in it at the end of the first quarter. Then Southampton Arms Sport upped their game, with their shooters barely missing. The defence for both teams worked hard at keeping out the shooters, with Lisa Marks having a fantastic game at GK for ACES, and SAS GK Laura Pearson making the most of her height.


7 October 2011 @ 8:20pm

DFP Surveying vs Andover Arrows Purple (32-33)

Arrows stormed ahead 6 - 1 with DFP caught napping within the first 10 minutes. but by half time DFP had found their rhythm and started to read the attacking play of arrows and pulled away 19-15. The second half was a much more even game with Paige Richards having an outstanding game as Goal Defence. Unfortunately for DFP they missed a couple of opportunities toscore in the closing 5 minutes and enables Arrows to win by 1 goal 33-32. A competitive game played in good spirit


7 October 2011 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs Eclipse BoxIT (49-40)

Though both teams played a fast and positive game from the outset of this match, Aces pulled out a strong advantage in the 1st quarter that Box IT were never able to pull back. Both teams made quick and accurate passes in the centre court, while the defences were kept busy challenging the shooters in both circles. Best player Kim Belbin was continually challenged both on court and in the circle, but kept a cool head, scoring goals consistently for the whole of the match.


7 October 2011 @ 8:20pm

KWD vs Specsavers (29-21)

KWD once again had a slow start and took a quarter to settle into their stride. Specsavers looked confident and played the ball around well especially in attack with their centre Tammy linking well with her GA attack and using speed to intercept loose balls. KWD's defence were lead by Sarah Whitby and Lyndsey Pratt, who worked tirelessly until their teams attack settled down in the shooting D. Mel Davis was once again a dominant force and aided her GA who was carrying an injury so unable to cover the court. Specsavers were tough opponents and it was only KWD's experience that helped them to pull off a lead in the second half.


7 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs Eclipse Solstice (62-18)

FM Eclipse and Eclipse Solstice played out a truly friendly but competitive match. To begin with, both teams took their time to get up to speed whilst they worked to pick out their team mates in extremely similar kit. Despite Solstice being depleted of their usual team players, the first quarter scores were close at FM 13 - Solstice 7. Solstice moved the height of Nadine Whayman into defence during the second quarter in the hope to capitalise on rebound opportunities, however, FM Eclipse appeared to have other ideas with some terrific defence of their own, still managing to forge ahead to a 26 - 9 half time lead. By the final quarter FM had a commanding lead at 45 - 11, so were afforded the opportunity to play more flexibly.GD Jane Bartlett moved to GA to show her agility and accuracy at both end of the courts, whilst Georgia Nutley and Stevie weeks continued to make interceptions across the centre court. Kirsty Roach played a particularly strong game from Solstice, alongside her more experiences teams mates, but ultimately the team work of FM Eclipse won through.


7 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

Abbotts Ann vs Vernham Vixens (20-37)

The match began slowly and by the end of the first quarter the score was 4 goals to 6 to Vixens. Jane Brough GD for Abbotts Ann defended well but could not stop the accurate shooting of Vixens GA. By half time the gap had widened and Vixens were leading 15 goals to 8. Abbotts Ann moved the ball around the court with increasingly accurate passes, Sarah King AA GA made some timely interceptions.


7 October 2011 @ 7:00pm

Simply Health vs Andover Arrows Yellow (28-28)

An exciting match which saw Simply Health take the upperhand in the first half with steady, safe play which saw them into what looked like a dominant position. Arrows GK was key element in changing their fortunes and intercepted almost impossible balls in, which seemed to un-nerve the otherwise confident and experienced Simply;y health. In the last quarter Arrows were behind, but a difference n attitude gave them the belief that they could beat their opposition and it was them that did all the attacking while S.health were content with keeping position and settling for a draw.


30 September 2011 @ 8:20pm

Simply ACES vs Vernham Vixens (17-60)

Simply ACES first game of the season saw them introduce three new players to the side playing an experienced Vernham Vixens team. ACES started slowly, allowing Vixens to build up a 5 – 12 lead at the end of the first quarter and from there, they were unstoppable. Debbie Robinson was in fine form as GS and rarely missed despite valiant defence by ACES. ACES never gave up, and fought hard. Grace Collister had an excellent first game playing WA and C and was deservedly ACES’ best player on the night


30 September 2011 @ 8:20pm

DFP Surveying vs Eclipse Solstice (57-20)

Andover league started this week with lovely weather and everybody keen to start the new season. DFP introduced 2 new signings Trudi Tobutt and Pauline Coleman both fitted into the team very well and with fast flowing passing DFP were able to put together a good run of goals. Solstice never relented and switched a few players at half time to try to narrow the gap. However Julia Mcloughlin was again having a fantastic game at Goal Keeper and it was very difficult for the shooters to get the ball. It was a lovely game to start the season and was played in good spirits by both teams.


30 September 2011 @ 8:20pm

Abbotts Ann vs Simply Health (25-50)

Abbotts Ann put up a great fight with Lynn north working the court well against sarah Hewitt who just keeps improving with each game. Newcomer and Best player Natalie Kitcher and Captain Paula burgess worked the court to perfection -converting every chance they had. Simplyhealths team work won the game with Abbotts Ann giving all they had - Such a friendly game and a lovely atmosphere. FM Online 43 Specsavers 27 Specsavers got of to good start with only 6 players but Online soon took the lead with Carrie Ann Smith and Georgia Nutley making a good shooting pair. Specsavers fought hard but Online won the game due to some brilliant team work. Defending duo Kate Robins and Leanne Milton made a number of smooth interceptions.


30 September 2011 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse Online vs Specsavers (43-27)

Specsavers got of to good start with only 6 players but Online soon took the lead with Carrie Ann Smith and Georgia Nutley making a good shooting pair. Specsavers fought hard but Online won the game due to some brilliant team work. Defending duo Kate Robins and Leanne Milton made a number of smooth interceptions. Specsavers Kim worked hard throughout the match earning the title of best player.


30 September 2011 @ 7:00pm

FM Eclipse vs KWD (47-18)

The ADNA 2011/12 season opened with a Division 1 fixture between two of the top three teams from last year. FM Eclipse, sponsored by Box-It, and Ken White Distribution (KWD) both set out in confident mood, having drawn their previous encounter during ADNAs pre season tournament. However, it was FM Eclipse who were quickly up and running pulling out a 6 - 0 lead before KWD were able to convert any shooting opportunity. KWD appeared shell shock whilst FM Eclipse moved quickly and efficiently, chasing down balls and making interceptions across the court. By quarter time the score was FM 15 - KWD 3, FM having laid down a hugh mental marker. Throughout the match, both teams played a combination of players. KWD moved Ali Oliver into attack, to gain height advantage, whilst FM relied on speed and agility of their centre court players KWD did manage to rally as the match progressed, but FM were always too far ahead to be caught.


24 June 2011 @ 8:15pm

Specsavers vs KWD (24-74)

No report available


24 June 2011 @ 8:15pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs Simply Aces (28-25)

No report available


24 June 2011 @ 7:00pm

Vernham Vixens vs Simply Health (27-29)

No report available


24 June 2011 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Eclipse Online (35-18)

No report available


17 June 2011 @ 8:15pm

Abbotts Ann vs Simply Aces (25-32)

No report available


17 June 2011 @ 8:15pm

Andover Arrows vs KWD (37-22)

No report available


17 June 2011 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs Simply Health (0-30)

No report available


17 June 2011 @ 7:00pm

Specsavers vs Eclipse Online (33-39)

No report available


3 June 2011 @ 8:15pm

Vernham Vixens vs Abbotts Ann (38-36)

No report available


3 June 2011 @ 8:15pm

DFP Surveying vs Andover Arrows (43-22)

No report available


3 June 2011 @ 7:00pm

Simply Health vs Simply Aces (31-33)

No report available


3 June 2011 @ 7:00pm

Eclipse Online vs KWD (22-24)

No report available


27 May 2011 @ 8:15pm

Eclipse BoxIT vs Abbotts Ann (38-17)

No report available


27 May 2011 @ 8:15pm

Specsavers vs Andover Arrows (25-21)

No report available


27 May 2011 @ 7:00pm

Simply Aces vs Vernham Vixens (37-39)

No report available


27 May 2011 @ 7:00pm

KWD vs DFP Surveying (24-48)

No report available


20 May 2011 @ 8:15pm

Abbotts Ann vs Simply Health (29-32)

No report available


20 May 2011 @ 8:15pm

Andover Arrows vs Eclipse Online (33-22)

No report available


20 May 2011 @ 7:00pm

Vernham Vixens vs Eclipse BoxIT (38-23)

No report available


20 May 2011 @ 7:00pm

DFP Surveying vs Specsavers (35-29)

No report available