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Saturday, December 14, 2019
BNA Who's Who Tournament Round Up

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The Bermuda Netball Association’s Senior League Who’s Who Tournament took place at the Bernard’s Park.

In a tournament that sees players on teams select random bibs for each position.

The Phoenix Heat won the Tournament with 12 points, with the Storm second with 9 points and the Lindo’s Tigers finished third with 6 points.

Who’s Who Tournament Results

Phoenix Heat 7 Lindo’s Tigers 0
Docksiders 2 North Village Lady Rams 4

Lindo’s Tigers 7 Docksiders 0
Storm 3 Phoenix Heat 7

Lindo’s Tigers 4 Storm 8
Phoenix Heat 7 North Village Lady Rams 5

Storm 9 North Village Lady Rams 5
Phoenix Heat 7 Docksiders 1

Lindo’s Tigers 6 North Village Lady Rams 1
Docksiders 3 Storm 7
Monday, December 09, 2019
BNA Senior League Make Up Match Round Up

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Bernard’s Park was a buzz as Bermuda Netball Association Senior League make-up matches took place.

Phoenix Heat 65 North Village Lady Rams 24

The Phoenix Heat defeated the North Village Lady Rams 65 – 24, the Phoenix Heat were led to victory by Danielle Raynor who scored 51 goals, Ebonie Cox chipped in with 11 goals and Eshe Grant scored 3 times, Son-J Hall was named the teams MVP. The North Village Lady Rams got 10 goals from Darrika Simons, while Nikita Hunt and MVP Keiazah Jackson both added 7 goals each.

The Storm defeated the Docksiders 56 – 31 in the other match, Nabiilah Nasir would lead the Storm with 32 goals, while MVP Zakiyah Durham added 17 goals and Kaamilah Nasir added 7 goals. The Docksiders got 22 goals from Jess Reid and Charlie Bridgman scored 9 times, with Briar Dransfield named the MVP.
Saturday, December 07, 2019
BNA Youth & Senior League Round Up's

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The Bermuda Netball Association finally got in a Full Day of Netball at the Bernard’s Park.

Under 11 League

Storm Lightning 13 Phoenix Sparks 5


The Storm Lightning defeated the Phoenix Sparks 13 – 5, the Storm Lightning got 8 goals from Malaysia Furbert, A’Meerah Outerbridge added 4 goals and Zeni Hansey added the other goal, while the Phoenix Sparks got 4 goals from SaNaa Grant and Delah Stowe-Eve added the other goal. The entire Storm Team picked up the MVP Award, with Jaya Dillas earning the Award for the Phoenix Sparks.

Rangers 8 Storm Thunder 5

The Rangers picked up an 8 – 5 win over the Storm Thunder, A’meerah Richardson-Swan scored five times for the Rangers, with Saajida Daniels added the other three goals, while Naomi Crofton scored all five goals for the Storm Thunder. Jade Simons was the Rangers MVP, while the MVP for the Storm Thunder was Jerney Stovell.

North Village Lady Rams 13 Warriors 4

Zariyah Holman scored 7 goals to lead the North Village Lady Rams to a 13 – 4 win over the Warriors, Tenisen Dill added the other six goals for the North Village Lady Rams, while the Warriors got 3 goals from Narai Franklin and Mayah Williams- Johnson added the other goal. The North Village Lady Rams MVP was Razeeyah Robinson, while the Warriors MVP was Daisha Butterfield.

Under 14 League

Storm 24 North Village Lady Rams Reds 11


The Storm got 12 goals from Makaylie Smith as they defeated the North Village Lady Rams Reds 24 – 11. Jaelyn Rewan added 5 goals for the Storm, with MVP Anisa Seon scoring 4 goals and Amayah Burt added 3 goals. The North Village Rams Reds got 9 goals from Xaana green, both Jazya Brimmer-Peets and Sioma Rudo added a goal each. The North Village Lady Rams Reds MVP was Jayla Peets-Butterfield.

Phoenix Embers 29 North Village Lady Rams Whites 10

The Phoenix Embers defeated the North Village Lady Rams Whites 29 – 10, the Phoenix Embers got 15 goals from MVP Sydney Santos and 14 goals from Kammie Mills, while the North Village Lady Rams Whites got 5 goals for Kari Virgil, Aniyah Minors added 3 goals and MVP Ra”eesah Robinson who scored twice.

Under 17 Power Play Tournament

The Storm were crowned the 2019 Under 17 Power Play Tournament Champions, with the Each team got to double their score either in the first or second half. If the team had power play each goal was worth 2 in that particular quarter.

North Village Lady Rams Whites 15 North Village Lady Rams Reds 8

Storm 15 Phoenix Fire 2

Storm 15 North Village Lady Rams Whites 5

North Village Lady Rams Reds 8 Phoenix Fire 2

Storm 18 North Village Lady Rams Reds 12

North Village Lady Rams Whites 8 Phoenix Fire 0

Seniors Division

Lindos Tigers 56 North Village Lady Rams 37


The Lindos Tigers defeated the North Village Lady Rams 56 – 37, Jahkenya Trott led the Lindos Tigers with 34 goals, while Jahtuere Trott added 22 goals, with Nandi Woods named the teams MVP, while Darrika Simons scored 21 goals for the North Village Lady Rams, while Nikita Hunt added 13 goals and Chaquita Simmons scored three times, with Akela Furbert named the teams MVP.

Phoenix Heat 57 Storm 40

Danielle Raynor led the Phoenix Heat to a 57 – 40 win over the Storm. Raynor scored 37 goals and Ebonie Burgess added 20, Chelsea Somner was named the Heat MVP. The Storm got 29 goals from MVP Nabiilah Nasir, Jaylyn Hines added 6 goals and Kaamilah Nasir scored 5 times.

 
 
Wednesday, December 04, 2019
BSSF Primary School Netball Knockout Cup

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Northland’s Primary won the 2019 Bermuda School Sports Federation’s Knockout Cup Netball Tournament after defeating Saltus Grammar School in an exciting final.

Saltus held a slim 4-3 at the half before Northland’s made some strategic second half switches which proved to be effective in their 8-6 win.

Zeni Hansey led Norhtlands with 5 second half goals, also scoring was Amerah Outerbridge with two goals and Malaysia Furbert with one. Shaniyah Smith Daniels and Erin Alfrey each scored three for Saltus.

Northland’s had defeated West Pembroke Primary 9-1 in their Semi-Final with Furbert leading the way with six goals, Outerbridge added three in the win. Saltus defeated Prospect Primary 6-3 in the other Semi-Final with Smith Daniels and Alfrey again splitting the goals with three a piece.

BSSF Primary School 2019 Netball Results

POOL A


BHS – 19
Eliiot – 0

BHS – 8
Somerset Primary – 1

Somerset Primary – 6
Elliot – 2

POOL B

Saltus – 8
Warwick Academy – 1

Saltus – 10
Dalton E Tucker - 1

Warwick Academy – 6
Dalton E. Tucker – 2

POOL C

West Pembroke – 4
Victor Scott – 3

West Pembroke – 6
West End – 0

West End – 3
Victor Scott – 0

POOL D

Northlands – 20
Francis Patton – 0

Northlands – 7
Prospect Primary – 3

Prospect Primary – 7
Francis Patton – 1

POOL E

Somersfield - 8
St. David’s – 3

St. David’s – 3
Gilbert Institute – 1

Somersfield – 3
Gilbert – 1

PLAYOFFS –

St. David’s – 3
West End – 2

Warwick Academy – 3
Somerset Primary – 2

Saltus – 5
St. David’s – 3

Prospect Primary – 3
BHS – 2

Northlands- 6
Somersfield Academy – 3

Saltus – 6
Prospect Primary – 3

Northlands – 9
West Pembroke – 1

Northlands – 8
Saltus – 6
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
BSSF Primary School Netball Round Up

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Northlands Primary School overcame Bermuda High School in a tight final to win the Bermuda School Sports Federation’s Primary School Division 1 Netball Tournament.

The match was a seesaw battle with the lead changing numerous times before Northlands prevailed 8-7.

Ameerah Outerbridge and Malaysia Furbert each scored three goals for the champions, while Zeni Hansey added two. BHS got four goals from Somers Estwanik and two from Kate O’Keefe.

Northland’s defeated Saltus 10-5 in their Semi-Final, Outerbridge led Northlands with eight goals with Furbert scoring twice. Saltus was led by Shaniyah Smith Daniels with three goals and Erin Alfrey with two.

Estwanik scored all three goals in BHS’ 3-2 win over West Pembroke Primary in the other Semi-Final, Gabriella Cabral and M’Zaiyah Martin scored one each for West Pembroke.

BSSF Primary School Division 1 Netball Results

POOL A


West Pembroke – 3
Victor Scott – 0

Harrington Sound – 13
Paget Primary - 0

West Pembroke – 3
Harrington Sound – 1

Victor Scott – 4
Paget Primary – 1

West Pembroke – 8
Paget Primary – 1

Harrington Sound – 13
Victor Scott – 0

POOL B

Somersfield Academy – 7
Warwick Academy – 2

Northlands – 14
Warwick Academy – 1

Somersfield Academy – 1
Norhtlands – 15

POOL C

BHS – 16
Elliot Primary – 0

Saltus – 11
Francis Patton – 0

BHS – 7
Saltus – 4

Francis Patton – 3
Elliot Primary – 1

BHS – 13
Francis Patton – 0

Saltus – 11
Elliot Primary – 0
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