NC : Regional

New Cambell fields a team in the London and South-East Region (LSER)League. NC Senior team are in Div 2 & the U16 are in the U16 Youth League.

Wendy Hale Rally – 21.06.14

Its that time again to spend the day remembering a very special person.

Lets make it a fun & happy day.

Entry Form below.

Please spread the word.

Wendy Hale Memorial Rally Entry Form 2014

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Quiz Night

Quiz night will be on 29th November at Redbridge Sports & Leisure Centre.

7.45pm – 11pm

Teams of 6/7 Cost £5.00 Each  We need 10 teams.

Food & Drink to be purchased from the bar.

Please let Jillean or Tracey know if you are able to bring a team.

We are expecting atleast 1 table from EACH team.

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Essex Met News Letter

Below is the link for Essex Met October Newsletter for your information.

Here you will find details of Umpire courses & U12 Project, plus much more.

Happy Reading.

Essex Met Newsletter Oct 13

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Trial Forms & dates for your diary

Trial forms & fixture list have now been emailed.  Please let me know if you didn’t get one so I can add you to my mailing list.

You can also download the forms form here or New Cambell group page on Facebook.

New Cambell 2013- 14 trial form

Overall Calender

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Wendy Hale Memorial Rally – 29.06.13

This years Wendy Hale Memorial Rally will be held on Saturday 29th June 2013.

The venue is Robert Clack Leisure Centre, Gosfield Road, Dagenham, Essex.

Cost £35 per team.

Games start 10am with Presentations approx 3pm

Please download entry form below if you wish to enter a team.

Wendy Hale Memorial Rally Entry Form 2013 

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Prem & Regional take the win both by 1 Goal !!!

Sunday saw both the Prem & Regional teams with important “must win” fixtures.

First to play was the Prem side against Oaksway who had travelled from Hartlepool.  The home side was slow to get off the mark & saw themselves 4 goals down in the first few minutes.  Although the team worked hard they were unable to pull back the goals so with Becky Trippick calling time for injury, with 5 minutes left of the quarter, Jillean & Tracey took the opportunity to move the team around & bring on Lynsey Armitage.  This seemed to unsettle Oaksway and the team began to convert the brilliant turnovers created by the circle defence of Clare Higham & Lindsay Keable.

At half time we had the luxury of bringing on fresh legs with Rose Morgan-Smith, coming on at C, & Katie Tulloch at WD. 

It took a while for the team to settle but once they realised the tactics of possession & short sharp passing worked they began to claw back the goals & found themselves 3 goals up with only minutes to go.  Oaksway then had a turnover & scored, then after scoring off their next centre pass we were 1 goal up with seconds to go.  There was tears of joy on the bench, mentioning no names Jillean !!! hehe 

Welcome back Gemma Cosentino, first game back & lasted a full game !!!

Team: Rochelle Rhodes, Gemma Cosentino, Holly Minnie, Becky Trippick, Michelle Drayne, Clare Higham, Linsday Keable, Lynsey Armitage, Rose Morgan-Smith, Katie Tulloch, Ophelia Dunbar, Sarah Taaffe  (thanks to those that didn’t get to play, your support was second to none)

It was then a mad dash from Hornchurch to Redbridge for some of the regional players who had supported the Prem Squad.  The Regional team now had Marshalls to play in a re-arranged game from December.

The game was goal for goal the whole way. Marshalls had drafted in a 6ft GS who used her height asking for the over ball constantly, but due to some brilliant defending & team work of Linda Bertolissio & Charlene Ponteen they turned the ball over at crucial times to keep us in the game.  That paired with Leigh-Anne Tylers fantastic shooting gave us the belief we needed to keep fighting.

Half time saw a few changes, Mary-Ann Ramsey came off with her feet black & blue from being trampled on the previous day, Waimarie Marks went to WD & Tracey Daly came on at WA.  The attack seemed to step up a gear & we found ourselves a couple of goals up at one point. But ended the 3rd qtr level.

Emma, who had spent majority of her time on the floor at GA, was then unable to continue the last qrt due to a badly bruised hand, so the only option was for Tracey Daly to go to GA.  Wai was moved back to WA & Mary Ann came back on at WD. The team worked their socks off and with seconds to go found themselves level with possession of the ball.  The ball was passed to Leigh-Anne Tyler on the edge of the circle & the GK was called for contact.  In shear frustration the GK kicked the ball away & the penalty was advance to under the post where Leigh-Anne got her shot away to give us the win by 1 goal.

Team: Leigh-Anne Tyler, Emma Williams, Waimarie Marks, Terri Small, Mary Ann Ramsey, Charlene Ponteen, Linda Bertolissio, Tracey Daly

What a day, who would have thought both team would up with the same result.  A great day for New Cambell.

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Incident at Redbridge on Sat …

Hi,
Just had this email from Yvette, Essex Met Secretary…..
To whom it may concern,
I play for Leyton Netball Club and was running late for a 1.30pm match today. I drove into Redbridge using the lane off Fencepiece Road which takes you directly to the netball courts. As I was driving up the path I had to stop for oncoming vehicles. About 6 or 7 past me as I was stationary. One vehicle however hit me and subsequently drove off. There is a small amount of damage to my vehicle and I would be very grateful if you could circulate this email to all clubs so I can trace the driver if at all possible. The vehicle was a black BMW 1 series I believe and the first 4 characters of the number plate were AK05. The driver was male and I believe he had netball players in his vehicle.
I look forward to hearing from you.
With kind regards,
Patrice Lawrence

If you have any information can you please let me know.
Thanks
Tracey

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New Cambell v Raiders – 06.10.12

London South East Regional League Div 2

First quarter GS–Leanne GA–Rochelle WA–Terri C–Sam WD–Keiri GD–Rose GK-Charlene
The second game of the season was proving a problem before the first whistle with some last minute pull outs we were a bare seven. Thankfully Sam agreed to help us out so we had fresh legs on the bench. Cambell went out hard but Raiders gave as good as they got and by the end of the first quarter we were only up by 3. Credit to raiders as they were only playing with 6 players.

Second quarter GS-Rochelle GA-Leanne WA-Terri C-Sam WD-Keiri GD-Charlene GK-Rose
With a switch in the attacking circle Cambell settled down and goals started to flow. Some great runs from Leigh-Ann left Rochelle open for the rest of the attack to feed in. Down at the defending end some tight defending made it difficult for raiders to attack and at the end of the quarter we were up.

Third quarter GS-Rochelle GA-Sam WA-Tracey C-Terri WD-Keiri GD-Charlene GK-Rose
After a half time break we brought on some fresh legs re-arranging the attack. This seemed to bring the best out of the team with some superb flying interceptions from Keri and some sneaky pick-ups from Terri meant that the shooters were inundated with opportunities which they happily utilised. The quarter ended 45-25.

Forth quarter GS-Leanne GA-Sam WA-Tracey C-Terri WD-Keiri GD-Charlene GK-Rose
In the final quarter it was simply a case of keeping our centre passes. Nevertheless the team continued to work hard and push on. The shooters stayed focused and the defence shut down countless attacks from the Raiders with Rose St Louis ending up on the floor a few times. Overall it was a solid team effort and a well deserved win for Cambell.– Final score 54, 32!
Written By Rochelle

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