Honiton Netball league cancelled match count rises owing to bad weather


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The bad weather continues to hit the Honiton Netball League and the latest round of matches saw just two fixtures played, both indoors, writes Graham Ingram.

The latest loss of matches take the number of cancelled matches to 12 so far!

The two Division One matches played had importance for both the top and bottom of the division.

Second and third placed sides Uplowman and Flamingos were both in action, against seventh placed Signs South West and sixthh placed Tip Top Trees respectively.

With Vicky Chamings playing well, Uplowman were too strong for SSW in a hard-fought game.

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With Jodie Potter back to her best for SSW they tried hard to keep in contact and did enough to gain a point from their 22-38 defeat. This point saw them move to within a point of 3Ts who went down heavily to Flamingos by 55-18.

Lisa Pemberton and Sarah Clarke both had excellent games for Flamingos whilst Phoebe Congress was in fine form for Tip Top Trees.

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The size of the Flamingos win saw them move above Uplowman on goal difference, but Uplowman have played a game fewer than Flamingos.

There were not matches played in Division Two.

Latest tables

Division One P GD Pts

Hi Q 10 223 30

Flamingos 10 180 25

Uplowman 9 165 25

Otters 9 102 22

Sidmouth Toucan Chicks 10 -82 15

Tip Top Trees 9 -149 8

Signs South West 9 -134 7

JD Tyres 10 -305 1

Division Two P GD Pts

Ford & Pentecost Panthers 11 175 31

Howden Hawks 9 86 23

Sidmouth Toucans 10 23 19

Otter Valley 9 38 18

Pixies 10 -39 18

Blackdown Ladies 11 -59 17

Swaggermamas 10 -77 13

Beer Blazers * 10 -147 0

* Three points deducted for rule infringement

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