Pure domination

Blackman and Gollop continued to show their dominance in the Pine Hill Dairy-sponsored National Sports Council’s Primary Schools Netball Competition when they outplayed both St George and St Judes at the James Bryan Sports Complex today.

Cuthbert Moore, however, were on the losing end of things when they lost to Cuthbert Moore Primary and St George.

Blackman and Gollop went up 5-0 at half-time and came back to add an additional seven points compliments goal-attack Sierra Deane McCollin who netted seven from ten along with five out of eight attempts from goal-shooter Nia Alleyne-Ward.

Goal-attack for Blackman and Gollop Sierra Deane- McCollin collects the ball in the middle.
Goal-attack for Blackman and Gollop Sierra Deane- McCollin collects the ball in the middle.
Blackman and Gollop wing-attack Kristen Edwards makes a good catch.
Blackman and Gollop wing-attack Kristen Edwards makes a good catch.

Deane-McCollin and Alleyne- Ward scored four goals each to give Blackman and Gollop an 8-0 victory over St Judes who was unable to acquire much ball possession and mostly had to work on their defensive side of play.

St Judes, however, turned around their bad fortunes around and edged Cuthbert Moore 2-1 thanks to goal-shoot Chalise Johnson who collected two goals from four attempts. Goal-shoot Lianya Harding scored her team’s lone goal.

Meanwhile St George also recorded a win when they edged Cuthbert Moore 2-1. Goal-shoot Ryshanna Alleyne netted both goals for St George and for Cuthbert Moore Harding again managed to score one goal.

St George goal-keep Lavita Callender collected the ball before Cuthbert Moore goal-shoot Brianna Cumberbatch got to it.
St George goal-keep Lavita Callender collected the ball before Cuthbert Moore goal-shoot Brianna Cumberbatch got to it.
Goal-attack for St George Doneisha Moore jumps and takes this pass.
Goal-attack for St George Doneisha Moore jumps and takes this pass.

 

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