Netball: New Cambell put Poly in their place

PUBLISHED: 15:00 05 October 2018

New Cambell face the camera

New Cambell face the camera


New Cambell ran out convincing winners over Poly in their second match of the new Regional League season.

Ophelia Ponteen, Jen Walsh, Mary-Ann Ramsey, Holly Minney, Victoria Lavender, Rochelle Rhodes and Kirstie Geary combined well in the first quarter for a 13-8 lead.

And Cambell kept their focus in the second, edging further clear to lead 27-16 at half time.

Lauren Doughty and Taylor Oram came on for the second half and Cambell dominated, producing a host of interceptions and run of goals to take the third quarter 22-4.

Valine Barnett came on at GS for the final quarter and Cambell pulled away for a resounding 60-29 victory to the delight of coaches Tracey Daly, Trish Watson and captain Char E Ponteen.

Geary was named player of the match by Poly, while Ophelia Ponteen got the umpires and players’ player votes, while sharing the coaches prize with Walsh.

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