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Sunday, May 21, 2017
Hines Guides Ontario to Championship Bronze Medal

Hines top row second from the right
Multi-talented Athlete JayLynn Hines represented Ontario during the 43rd Canadian National Netball Championships at Seneca College Newnham Campus.

Hines was the Ontario captain and guided them to the Bronze Medal defeating Alberta 59 - 38.

Hines and Ontario defeated Quebec during regular play 56-54, they would fall 44-35 to Alberta, before closing out with a 62-43 lost at the hands of British Columbia.
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Bermuda Netball Summer League Round Up

The Bermuda Netball Association's Summer League season continued at Bernard’s Park with another Triple Header that produced 116 goals.

The B.U.T Teachers defeated the BHB Angels 28 - 12, the Teachers got 17 goals from Sonja Townsend, Diara Benjamin added 8 goals and Zindzi Swan scored 3 goals, Charlene Gomez scored 11 goals for the BHB Angels and Stacey O’Brien scored once.

The Storm defeated the Swallows 25 - 14, Zekiah Lewis led the Storm to victory with 10 goals, Kaamilah Nasir added 8 goals, while Selah Tuzo chipped in with 4 goals, Ramaiah Brangman scored twice and Jade Johnston scored once, both Kelli Nusum and Diane Moore scored 7 goals each for the Swallows.

The BAC Women in Blue defeated PHC 23 - 14. Kirstin Saltis scored 13 goals for the BAC Women in Blue, while Darrika Simons added 10 goals, while Vernicka Symonds scored 8 goals for PHC and Tyra Lyn Simmons added 6 goals.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Bermuda Netball Summer League Round Up

The Bermuda Netball Association's Summer League season got underway at Bernard’s Park with a Triple Header that produced 93 goals.

PHC defeated the Storm 14 - 11, Vernicka Symonds led PHC with 9 goals, while Tyra Simmons added 5 goals, while Kaamilah Nasir scored 7 goals for the Storm, who also got 4 goals from Maya Sanders.

BHB-Bermuda Hospital Board edged the Swallows 18 - 17. Taceta Barnett scored 10 goals to lead the BHB-Bermuda Hospital Board to victory, Charlene Bagle-Gomez added 5 goals and Rosan Wall scored twice.

The final game of the night was also decided by one goal as the B.U.T Teachers edged the BAC Women in Blue 17 - 16. Sonja Townsend scored all 17 goals for the B.U.T Teachers, while Darrika Simons and Nikita Trott both scored 8 goals each for the BAC Women in Blue.

Sunday, May 14, 2017
Bermuda End Championships with a Win

Bermuda closed out their participation in the European Netball Championship in Scotland with a win.

Bermuda took on Israel in their final Invitational Section match of the tournament.

With a win under their belt already against Israel, Bermuda looked confident and took control from the outset.

The first center pass was with Israel who were penalised. Bermuda’s first point of the game came from Danielle Raynor following a pass from Talia Lucas, Raynor would double her score soon after moments later, Israel looked to mount an attack from the base line and they would net their first point. Bermuda continued to control the tempo and would build a lead of 16-8 at the end of the first quarter.

The second quarter would see both teams exchange goals with both scoring 10 as Bermuda lead 26-18 at the break.

In the third quarter Bermuda were very much on the front foot and took a 39-28 lead at the break.

Israel were trying to finish the game with a flourish, but they could not cut into the lead Bermuda had built, going down by 14 in the end.

Saturday, May 13, 2017
Bermuda Go Down in Scotland

Bermuda went down twice as the European Netball Championships continued in Scotland.

Bermuda took on the Republic of Ireland in their opener and went down 44-24.

Bermuda found themselves down 12-8 at the end of the first quarter, Ireland took an 8 point lead into the halftime break with the score 20-12. They extended the lead at the end of the third quarter to 34-18, before closing out the match.

Danielle Raynor scored 20 goals, while Talia Lucas and Jahtuere Trott scored 2 goals each.

In the second match of the day against Gibraltar, Bermuda went down 50 – 44. The match was exciting from beginning to the end as the two teams refused to give up. Bermuda scored their 44 goals off 52 attempts.

Gibraltar held a 26 – 21 lead over Bermuda in a very tight tactical first half of the game. Raynor led the Bermuda team again this time scoring 32 goals, Trott assisted with 9 goals and Lucas scored 3 times.

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