Honiton Netball League

PUBLISHED: 10:00 27 January 2009 | UPDATED: 22:56 15 June 2010

Flamingos A continue to make the running in division one.

Division One: Uplowman 22, ADP 7; Flamingos A 38, Tip Top Trees Oaks 13; Keeley's Angels 61, Sidmouth Toucans 16Flamingos A continue to make the running in division one and, with Nu-Heat Flames having no game this week, they took full advantage when they met Tip Top Trees Oaks. Flamingos opened a 10-4 lead by quarter time and they continued to build on this gradually throughout the game to finish winners by 38-13 with Teresa Youens having a great game for them whilst Louise Garman caught the eye for Oaks. Keeley's Angels were also in action, against Sidmouth Toucans, and, with Helen Wright having a great game, they dominated from the start despite some fine play from Toucans' Sarah Sparks. The Angels were 15-4 up at quarter time and never looked back to finish winners by 61-16 and greatly improve their goal difference. Uplowman moved ahead of Visions thanks to their win against bottom side ADP. In a low-scoring game Uplowman were in control from the off with Viv Grant once again their star whilst Maria Leonard was the pick of the ADP side.Division Two: KPF 31, Complete Meats 20; Bampton 15, Tip Top Trees Acorns 24; Flamingos B 31, NAS 10.At the top of the table there was a change of leader, with KPF moving a point ahead of Complete Meats thanks to their 31-20 win. With Christina Oyo once again pulling the strings of the KPF side, they edged in front at quarter time at 9-7 before going 18-13 clear at half way. In the third period Meats, with Lindsey Turner once again playing well began to move closer so that going into the final period KPF led by 23-17 before moving away to win 31-20. Tip Top Trees Acorns are on a run of good form and won 24-15 over Bampton. Flamingos B bounced back from their narrow defeat last week to beat an improving NAS side 31-10.

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