Rangers defeated the North Village Lady Rams 5 – 3, Rangers got 3 goals from A’meerah Richardson-Swan, while Xhe’naye Simons added the other two goals, Tenisens Dill scored all three goals for the North Village Lady Rams. Ja”Miyah Johnson was named the Rangers MVP, while Zoe Wiseman was named the North Village Lady Rams MVP.
The Phoenix Sparks defeated the Warriors 32 – 1, Hailey Trott led the Phoenix Sparks to victory with 12 goals, Xola Rollins added 8 goals, while SaNaa Grant scored 6 times. Kree Holdipp and Alaysia Scott both scored three goals each, the MVP named for the Phoenix Sparks was Nahla Robinson. Warriors MVP was goalscorer Maya Johnson.
The Storm Lightning defeated the Storm Thunder 22 – 5, the Storm Lightning were led by MVP Ameerah Outerbridge who scored 15 goals, Malaysia Furbert added 5 goals and Zeni Hansey scored twice, Sydney Troake scored four goals for the Storm Thunder who also got a goal from Naomi Crofton, Tallulah Parkinson was named the Storm Thunder MVP.
Under 14 Division
The Reds won the battle of the North Village Lady Rams defeating the White’s 12 – 10. The Reds got 6 goals apiece from Jazya Brimmed Peets and Sioma Rudo, while the Whites got 7 goals from Ra’eesah Robinson, while Kari Virgil scored twice and Carleigh Rodney added the other. Akina Williams was named the Whites MVP, while the Reds MVP was Tanah Edwards.
The Phoenix Embers defeated the Lindos Cubs 39 – 1, the Phoenix Embers got 15 goals from Khylie Smith, Sydney Santos added 11 goals, MVP Skye Charles scored 9 times and Jahnika Francis score 4 times. The Lindos Cubs lone goal came from Chelsea Almeida, with Teresa Rose Burchall named the teams MVP.
Under 17 Division
The Storm defeated the Phoenix Fire 26 – 7, the Storm were led to victory by Elishe Smith who scored 15 goals, while Zidonnae Robinson added the other 11 goals, K’xiyae Gibbons scored 5 goals for the Phoenix Fire, with Azaria Easton adding the other two. Selah Tuzo was named the Storm MVP, while Salayah Stange was the Phoenix Fire MVP.
The Whites would win the Battle of the North Village Lady Rams battle in this Division defeating the Reds 24 – 6. The Whites got 18 goals from Gabrielle Romaine, Coriah Simmons added 5 goals and Rae’Chelle Webster scored once, the Reds got 5 goals from Adriana Sabir, with Kiandra Burgess scoring once. Jessie DeBraga was named the Whites MVP, while the Reds MVP was Sa”Mya Lightbourne.
In the Senior League play two undefeated teams took to the court as Phoenix Heat defeated the Lindos Tigers 53 - 33. Danielle Raynor led the Phoenix Heat with 30 goals, while MVP Ebony Cox added 23 goals, JahKenya Trott scored 23 goals for the Lindo’s Tigers, JahTuere Trott added 6 goals and Charlene Gomez scored 4 goals Khianda Pearman-Watson was named the Lindo’s Tigers MVP.
Docksiders continue with their excellent netball showmanship, picking up their first League Win of the Season as they defeated the North Village Lady Rams 61 – 30. MVP Jess Reed scored 46 goals for the Docksiders, who also got 15 goals from Charlie Bridgman. The North Village Lady Rams got 17 goals from Darrika Simons and 13 goals from MVP Nikita Trott.
Monday, January 13, 2020
Walking Netball Coming to Bermuda Soon
The Bermuda Netball Association is in the process of organizing a Walking Netball event, this Indoor Community program is looking to start this spring!
In Walking Netball there is no running or jumping allowed, which is the key difference from traditional Netball and makes it popular among those age 50 and over.
If someone enjoys walking for exercise, or wishes to try a new low-impact activity that is also great fun...then we encourage them to try Walking Netball!!! (No prior netball experience needed!)
There are no registered teams. Individuals show up on scheduled dates and play at their leisure.
Interested persons should email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our Walking Netball mailing list for more details and updates.
Saturday, January 11, 2020
Merle Parfitt Hustle Tournament 2020
The Bermuda Netball Association hosted the Merle Parfitt Hustle Tournament at the Bernard’s Park.
Under 11 Division
The Under 11 Division was won by the Phoenix Sparks, with the Storm Lightning second and the Storm Thunder finished third.
Phoenix Sparks - Jaya Ford Storm Lightning - Malaysia Furbert Storm Thunder - Kelise Wade Warriors - Ande Hayward North Village Lady Rams - Razeeyah Robinson Rangers - Ja'miyah Johnson
Under 14 Division
The Storm were crowned the champions in the Under 14 Division, with the Phoenix Fire finishing second and the North Village Lady Rams White finished third.
Under 14 Division Results
North Village Lady Rams White 1 Storm 5 North Village Lady Rams Red 4 Storm 5 Lindos Tigers 1 Phoenix Embers 7 Lindos Tigers 4 North Village Lady Rams White 6 Phoenix Embers 3 Storm 7 North Village Lady Rams White 4 North Village Lady Rams Red 3 Phoenix Embers 5 North Village Lady Rams White 3 Phoenix Embers 1 Storm 7
Under 14 Division MVP’s
North Village Lady Rams White - Camryn Lines North Village Lady Rams Red - Chiaje Rudo Lindos Tigers - Dominique Brown Phoenix Embers - Sydney Santos Storm - Anisa Seon
Under 17 Division
The Storm picked up their second Merle Parfitt Hustle Division Title of the day when they won the Under 17 Division. The North Village Lady Rams White were second and the North Village Lady Rams Red finished third.
Under 17 Division Results
North Village Lady Rams White 7 Phoenix Fire 6 Storm 10 North Village Lady Rams Red 2 Storm 10 North Village Lady Rams White 4 Phoenix Fire 5 North Village Lady Rams Red 6 North Village Lady Rams White 6 North Village Lady Rams Red 2
Finals Storm 8 North Village Lady Rams White 3
Under 17 Division MVP’s
Storm - Selah Tuzo Phoenix Fire - Alexci Burrows North Village Lady Rams White - Rae”chelae Webster North Village Lady Rams Red - Samiyah Lightbourne
Docksiders nearly cause the upset of the season, last place in the League Docksiders have picked up some excellent players and drew three times and they even defeated the defending champions in one of their games on their way to the Finals.
In the Final the Phoenix Heat and Docksiders took to the Court, the match ended 7 – 7 in regulation time, but in Over-Time the Phoenix Heat scored three times and restricted the Docksiders to one goal winning 10 – 8.
Senior Division Results
Storm 11 North Village Lady Rams 3 Tigers 4 Docksiders 5 Phoenix Heat 10 Docksiders 7 North Village Lady Rams 10 Tigers 4 North Village Lady Rams 6 Docksiders 12 Phoenix Heat 10 Storm 6 Storm 9 Docksiders 9 and went into overtime. The first team to score on the other teams center won which was - Docksiders 13 Storm 12 Phoenix Heat 9 Docksiders 9 went into overtime again and Docksiders won 10-9
Friday, December 27, 2019
Bermuda's 2019 International Netball Ranking
The International Netball Federation (INF) has updated its world rankings for the last time in 2019, with Australia retaining first place after their performance at the Constellation Cup in October.
New Zealand have consolidated their place in second, while England remain third ahead of Jamaica in fourth and South Africa in fifth.
Bermuda finish down three spots in 35th, but they remain ahead of Antigua and Barbuda and the United States of America who currently hold the 36th and 37th place spots.
Saturday, December 14, 2019
BNA Who's Who Tournament Round Up
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