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Saturday, April 07, 2018
BNA Double Elimination Knockout Round Up

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The curtain came down on the Bermuda Netball Association’s Winter League Season with the Double Elimination Knockout Tournament taking place at the Bernard Park.

Although they were missing some key players the Phoenix Heat and Coach Erika Russell picked up the Trophy.

The Phoenix Heat would go undefeated winning the Final 4 – 3 over the Lindo’s Tigers.

BNA Double Elimination Knockout Tournament

North Village Lady Rams White 10 North Village Lady Rams Red 13
Lindos Tigers 11 Robin Hood 2
Storm 14 Blazzin Phoenix 2
Robin Hood 5 Blazzin Phoenix 4
Phoenix Heat 11 North Village Lady Rams Red 9
Lindos Tigers 7 Storm 3
North Village Lady Rams Red 14 Robin Hood 5
Storm 11 North Village Lady Rams White 10
North Village Lady Rams Red 6 Storm 13
Phoenix Heat 9 Lindos Tigers 4
Lindos Tigers 6 Storm 3
Phoenix Heat 4 Lindos Tigers 3

 
 
Saturday, March 31, 2018
Bermuda Netball Junior & Senior League Round Up

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The Bermuda Netball Association hosted the Who’s Who Tournament in the Under 12 and Under 16 Divisions as well as senior league play at the Bernard Park.

Under 12 Who’s Who Tournament

The Storm won the Tournament after winning all three of the matches collecting 9 points, while the North Village Lady Rams Reds finished second with 6 points and the Phoenix Sparks finished 3rd.

Storm 9 North Village Lady Rams White 2
Storm 5 North Village Lady Rams Red 2
North Village Lady Rams Red 7 Phoenix Sparks 3
Phoenix Sparks 4 Storm 10
North Village Lady Rams Red 5 North Village Lady Rams White 0
Phoenix Wparks 1 North Village Lady Rams White 0

Under 16 Who’s Who Tournament

It was a three way tie as every team had one loss. It went down to goal average and the Storm were declared the winners, with the Phoenix Fire 2nd and the North Village Lady Rams finished 3rd.

North Village Lady Rams 8 Warriors 2
Phoenix Fire 3 Storm 2
Storm 9 North Village Lady Rams 6
Phoenix Fire 10 Warriors 1
North Village Lady Rams 6 Phoenix Fire 4
Storm 15 Warriors 1

Senior League

The Phoenix Heat defeated the Storm 57 – 24, the Phoenix Heat were led by Danielle Raynor who scored 53 goals, while Arkeita Smith added 4 goals, while Nabiilah Nasir scored 8 goals for the Storm, while Kaamilah Nasir added 6 goals, Diara Benjamin scored 5 goals and Selah Tuzo scored 4 goals.

The Tigers defeated the North Village Lady Rams Reds 40 – 31, the Tigers got 23 goals from Jahkenya Trott, while Charlene Gomez added 9 goals and Apryl Jackson scored 8 times, the North Village Lady Rams Reds were led by Chaquita Simmons who scored 22 goals, with Jahtuere Trott adding 9 goals.

 
 
Thursday, March 29, 2018
Bermuda Netball Preparing for International Competitions
The Bermuda Netball Association National Program is in full swing with Senior, Under 19 and Under 16 Teams training regularly.

The Senior National Squad are currently preparing for the AFNA 2018 Netball World Cup Qualifiers, being held in Barbados August 2018, while the Under 19 Squad is preparing for the Canadian Developmental Under 19 Series in July 2018.

Bermuda National Team Player Danielle Raynor, will be off to Ghana, West Africa in July with the ACE It Foundation. The Ace It Foundation (AIF) is a registered NGO in Ghana, co-founded by Bermudian Quinton Sherlock Jr and Nicolo Catto. Their mission is to empower young people in Ghana through education and sports.

Raynor said, “I am very interested in this endeavor and giving back by teaching a skill (shooting) that I love doing. I feel honored to receive the invite as Bermuda’s leading goal scorer and also a Bermuda National player!”
Saturday, March 17, 2018
Bermuda Netball Association League Round Up

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The Bermuda Netball Association’s Winter League season is drawing to a close at the Bernard Park, with all three Divisions seeing action.

Under 12 Division

The Warriors defeated the North Village Lady Rams White 5 – 4, Kammie Mills scored 3 goals for the Warriors who also got 2 goals from Dayla Richards, while Malikah Tankard scored 2 goals for the North Village Lady Rams White, with Kari Virgil and Carleigh Rodney adding a goal each. Tankard was named the North Village Lady Rams White MVP, while the Consistent Defender for the team was Malaysia Roberts and the North Village Lady Rams White Consistent Attacker was Neveah Swan, while the Warriors Consistent Defender was Jayunae Bailey and the Consistent Attacker was Eliyah Seon.

In the other match the North Village Lady Rams Red defeated the Phoenix Sparks 28 – 5. The North Village Lady Rams Red were led to victory by MVP Sanaa Berkeley who scored 13 goals, Kemauri Darrell added 10 goals and Brianna Benevides scored five times. The teams Consistent Defender was Paisley Garside and Darrell was named the Consistent Attacker. The Phoenix Sparks got 2 goals from MVP Sydney Santos and Hailey Trott, while Jahniya Francis added the other goal, Francis was named the Consistent Defender and the Consistent Attacker was Sydney Santos.

Under 16 Division

The Phoenix Fire defeated the Warriors 35 – 6, the Phoenix Fire got 18 goals from Nisaiah Berkeley and 17 goals from MVP K'Xiyae Gibbons, there most Consistent Defender was Daimah Millett, with Gibbons earning the honor of most Consistent Attacker. The Warriors were led by Ariana Sabir who scored 5 goals, while Dayla Richards added the other, Desnee Bascome picked up two awards in the teams MVP and most Consistent Defender, while the most Consistent Attacker was Amara Richards.

The Storm defeated the North Village Lady Rams 29 – 14. The Storm got 23 goals from Zidonne Robinson and 6 goals from Kisaye Bell, while the teams MVP was Naziah Robinson who was also named the team’s most Consistent Defender: Naziah Robinson and the most Consistent Attacker was Zidonne Robinson. The North Village Lady Rams got 9 goals from Gabrielle Romaine and 5 goals from Coriah Simmons, Rae'chelle Webster was named the team’s MVP and most Consistent Defender, while the team’s most Consistent Attacker was Simmons.

Senior League

The Phoenix Heat defeated the Tigers 50 – 37, the Phoenix Heat got 42 goals from Danielle Raynor, while Arkeita Fubler added 7 goals and Eshe Grant scored once, Ayanna Wolfe was the team’s MVP and Consistent Defender, while the most Consistent Attacker was Fubler. The Tigers got 21 goals from MVP Charlene Bogle-Gomez, while Jahkenya Trott added 16.

North Village Lady Rams White defeated the Blazzin Phoenix 42 – 28, the North Village Rams got 21 goals from both Nikita Trott and Zariah Amory, while the MVP was Akeyla Furbert, with Camryn Swan named the most Consistent Defender and the most Consistent Attacker was Amory, while the Blazzin Phoenix got 25 goals from Keizhari Knight and 3 goals from Cheyenne McCallan, Kalasia Bowen was named the MVP, while the most Consistent Defender was Solel Nisbett and the most Consistent Attacker was Keizhari Knight.

Robin Hood defeated the North Village Lady Rams Red 23 – 17, Naomi Taylor scored all 23 goals for Robin Hood, with the MVP Sam Spencer the most Consistent Defender was Carla Azbertz and Carys Bingham was the team’s most Consistent Attacker. The North Village Lady Rams Red got 13 goals from MVP and the most Consistent Attacker Jahtuere Trott while Rae'chelle Webster scored 4 goals and the most Consistent Defender was Francers Parkes.

 
 
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Bermuda Netball Senior League Round Up

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A Bermuda Netball Association Make-up Senior League Double Header took place at the Bernard Park.

The Phoenix Heat defeated the North Village Lady Rams Red 56 – 24, Danielle Raynor led the Phoenix Heat to victory with 49 goals, while Arkeita Fubler added 7 goals, while Jahtuere Trott scored all 24 goals for the North Village Lady Rams Red.

The Storm defeated Robin Hood 31 – 15, the Storm would get 24 goals from Kaamilah Nasir, while Diara Benjamin added 4 goals and Nabiilah Nasir would score 3 goals. Naomi Taylor scored 13 goals for Robin Hood and Sarah Mccleod added 2 goals.
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