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- CONGRATULATIONS U16′s: Runners Up at Colchester Tournament
- ** CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR JACK PETCHEY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS **
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- Freya Henshall: Jack Petchey Award Winner, June 2015
- U 16′s-Winners of Mavericks Tournament, 3rd May 2015
- Emily Allen: Jack Petchey Award Winner, May 2015
- Kate Henshall: Jack Petchey Award Winner, April 2015
- U – 13′s at Crosskeys 10th Tournament, 26th April 2015
- u 16′s Winners of Crosskeys 10th Tournament
- CROSSKEYS 1Oth TOURNAMENT – 26th April 2015
- Relaxing Before Matches Begin
- Disney Paris Squad – April 2015
- ***** CONGRATULATIONS *****
RESULTS AND REPORTS FOR YEAR GROUPS will be published on relevant Year Pages. YOUTH REPORTS, as of 25th January, are now published on Youth Page.
EAST HERTS SPORTS AWARDS
I have just been informed that three of our Youth players, Megan Pointer, Emily and Rebecca Allen attended these awards last night having been nominated for Young Volunteers of the Year. This was for coaching younger pupils at their school (Herts and Essex) and for setting up a charity event where the teachers played the sixth formers.
Girls I cannot tell you how proud I am of all three of you! Not only nominated but to WIN = FANTASTIC. So glad you play for CROSSKEYS NC.
VERY EXCITED for Freya Rowson. Have just heard that she has been invited to attend a National Academy Positional Day for GS/GA on 17th July in Birmingham!!! Wheeeeee. So happy for you Freya. Congratulations from EVERYONE at Crosskeys NC. I’m sure you will impress.
Marion and I went to Barking Abbey to support Hanae Sbai & Freya Rowson in the Barking Abbey School NPL Invitational Tournament. Teams included Maverick Youth, Surrey Storm & Team South. Both Freya & Hanae won their matches, a nail biting game against Surrey Storm Youth was a fantastic win.
Well done girls for flying the Crosskeys flag, we are so proud of you.
Freya is a very dedicated Club member, keen and enthusiastic, putting into her match play the skills she has learnt at training. Her potential has been spotted by her Coaches, and with her mature approach to the game, she should go far.
What a fantastic day – so good to be at the mavericks tournament Youth and Adults together. Some absolutely brilliant play by both teams
The U16′s had a blinding day delivering some brilliant play and beating Asco in the final 9-6. Team consisted of Freya, Molly, Becky, Emily, Emma, Amber, Cam, Megan and Hanae. Lots of combos played today and all players supported each other well. Thank you to Wendy and Sarah for coming and supporting, scoring and keeping me sane. It was also lovely to see Tegan coming over to watch and support . Well done
Throughout this year, Emily has worked hard at developing her netball skills and has become a very good player. She has developed a great maturity, putting others first, representing any team and playing at times at very short notice. She helps with the coaching of the younger age groups and is kenn to join our Coaching and Umpiring team.
Kate is one of the most talented players at Crosskeys; this is backed up by her inclusion in the Herts Satellite Pathway of Excellence, for the second successive year.
She is a cheerful, determined person, and also makes newcomers feel very welcome. She listens carefully at training sessions and always does her best.
What an amazing tiring day. I would like to congratulate all of the U13 players who played today. There was some great netball played by both teams and you all gave me your all.
My POM’s of the tournaments went to
Purple Yasmin Butt
Whites Meg Williams well done to both of you