Last 25 posts
- Harlow League Div 3 – 16th December 2014
- Herts League Div 2 – Sunday 14th December 2014
- Christmas Training Antics
- Harlow League Div 2 – 9th December2014
- Harlow League Div 4 – 9th December 2014
- Leventhorpe League – 8th December 2014
- Match Results for Sunday 7th December 2014
- Turnford Senior Netball League – Monday 1st December 2014
- Herts League – Sunday 30th November 2014
- ** Congratulations **
- Leventhorpe League- 24th November 2014
- Herts Netball League – Sunday 23rd November 2014
- Jordan Hinks: Jack Petchey Award Winner, November 2014
- U16 National Tournament – November 2014
- Lily Luffman: Jack Petchey Award Winner, October 2014
RESULTS AND REPORTS FOR YEAR GROUPS will be published on relevant Year Pages. YOUTH REPORTS will be posted in Youth Posts.
Crosskeys 4 v Cheshunt
Oh My Word!! What an exciting game to close 2014? Crosskeys 4 were playing Cheshunt at Harlow Leisurezone. I really didn’t know what to expect tonight! So many changes! Jess and Katie both ill (get well soon girls). Jackie caught up in late meetings at work and Millie unavailable! Thank goodness for Dani Moon and Reah Norris and the versatility of the squad. The game was played at a furious pace with both teams scoring well and turning over ball throughout the court. Half time came and Crosskeys were two goals down 18 -16. Read More
Crosskeys V Hertford Heath Rangers
Well this week my nerves were put to the test whilst trying to play and coach. Starting with 6 players and having to go on court with
Lucie Sudworth having to play the whole game as GA as well, we found ourselves a bit flustered and took some time to settle down. Our 7th player arrived half way through the first quarter and this then helped to end the qtr down 12 – 15.. Read More
Last training session of the year for us all – and we had fun in yr 6 & 7. Relay games and a raffle draw for a winner of the Xmas Theme RED. Well done to Honey who won the little prize of the day. Then once the yr 9′s arrived a little tournament with mixed teams from across the 3 age groups and some ringers Tracey & Sue – yr 8 mums (thanks for your help) well done girls you all did well
Anyway I am now dressed normally and I am sure Sarah Parker is too. It was great to meet little Phoebe and see Chaz – we think little Crosskeys baby grows should be added to the kit list
Any way for those I won’t see or speak to before the 7th Jan have a good Xmas and Happy New Year
Harlow League 2nd Div
Crosskeys 28 – 19 St Mary’s
This was going to be a very stressful game. Both teams fighting for second place in this division. The first half was extremely tight, goal for goal and although we tried to get turn overs we just couldn’t break down the opposing team’s play. Tragedy struck us when during the first half Georgina suffered a small muscular injury and had to be taken off. Thankfully Amber ( who was being benched for this game) was ready to take over. Read More
CROSSKEYS 5 V CROSSKEYS 6 – HARLOW LEAGUE DIV 4
A game played in great spirit tonight between two Crosskeys teams. In the first half Team 5 carved out a comfortable lead (they made the most of playing against only 6 for the first few minutes of the game). At half time Team 6 re-jigged and played in more “recognisable” positions. Read More
Crosskeys 18 – 12 BS
This was our last game before Christmas, so match arrangements were a little different. Only the first half score counted and the second half of the match was the ‘tinsel half’ ( not going to begin to explain)
A great game to watch and again some lovely play from our girls.
Well done Hanae, Lauren, Nicole, Amber, Georgia, Claire and Lucy
Keys 2 v Richmond
For half a game this was a lot closer than I thought it would be! The team played very well and Lucy Skelton shot some superb goals. Everyone worked hard in this game to carve out a good result. The opposition said it was difficult to choose a POM as they thought everyone deserved it, but in the end they settled for Lucy (well done Luce). Read More
Crosskeys 2 v Omega 3.
Well we made this one tough for ourselves! We started off really well, going ahead pretty quickly into the first quarter. Then the other team had an injury and went down to 6 players, and we seemed to lose it a bit. Omega’s defence were very very good, getting lots of interceptions in our circle and making our attacking players work really hard to move the ball around. The score was fairly even throughout the rest of the game, goal for goal through the 2nd and 3rd quarters. But in the last quarter we really fought for it and managed to take the win 22 – 20. Well done girls!
Crosskeys 59 – 30 Turnford 5
Although we were playing Turnford 5 we knew it wasn’t going to be an easy game as all the opposing team were academy players . This was proved in our first quarter as we couldn’t settle and threw away endless balls. At quarter time we were down 11 – 5 team talk and minor adjustments we went back in court with more positivity. By half time we were up 21-19, still coach Mel wasn’t happy and to get further ahead we needed to stop throwing long balls down the court. Turnford are renowned for their amazing interceptions which they were executing nicely. More work was required and during the half way part of the third quarter we started to own the game. Slick movements and working the circle disorientated their defence. Our last quarter we only conceded 4 goals bringing the final result 59-30.
Outstanding play by ALL members of the squad.
Rosa, Hanae, Megan, Lucie, Michelle, Romilly, Amber, Esther and Freya.
I would like add that this was the best I have seen Romilly play & feel now she has Crosskeys running through her veins from her previous club Hornets.
Thanks to Sue for scoring and our wonderful supporters.
Congratulations to LAUREN AYERS who has been picked by her Essex Academy coach to be part of the Regional Match day squad at Oaklands College next month.
Well done Lauren,very proud of you.
Herts & Essex Academy and Maverick Development Players.
with Emma-Louise Wacey, Izzy Dorkin, Cam Brown, Hanae Sbai, Lauren Ayers, Amber Moore, Lily Fakile and Lili Herbert.
( Lizzie Francis is missing from the photo)