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ALL Crosskeys Netball is cancelled until further notice, due to current circumstances, as directed by England Netball

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Training Dates and Schedules

2019/2020 Training Dates and Schedules for Mark Hall Sportcentre and Herts and Essex have now been  published to the website

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Crosskeys hold England Netball CAPS Award: Gold Standard

Crosskeys Netball Club Harlow was formed as an “open” friendly club in 1980 with ambition to do well. In those essentials we haven’t changed. New players of all ages, from 6 years old, and all abilities are welcome to join us. We provide coaching, umpiring and competitive games for our U10′s right through to the senior first team and the opportunity for talented girls to go forward for Satellite and Academy Trials.

England Netball Gold CAPS Award: Gold Standard

England Netball criteria for the Gold Award:
  • covers the areas of safeguarding and protecting children and young people,
  • higher quality coaching and officiating, leadership and volunteering opportunities for young people,
  • competition, talent development, sports equity and good management.

Crosskeys is the only Netball Club in Harlow and West Essex to hold England CAPS Award at Gold Standard and has held and renewed the award since 2003.
These awards recognise Crosskeys Netball Club Harlow as being committed to providing a safe, effective and child friendly environment in the promotion of excellence in netball. We are affiliated to the England Netball Association. We are also rated at Gold Standard within the Jack Petchey Achievement Award scheme. Come and join us.
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Francesca Calierno: Jack Petchey Award Winner, March 2020

Francesca is a brilliant player, fully committed to training, always giving 100%.  She outstanding assistance at Years 7 and 8 training sessions, helping these girls to improve their skills.  At school she is a Year 7 Mentor, helping with extra reading and homework and providing advice if requested.  She helps with coaching and umpires both school and inter-house matches.

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Emily Best: Jack Petchey Award Winner, February 2020

Emily has been with the Crosskeys for approximately 6 years. She is a very versatile, hard working player.  This season she has started to play Senior Netball and always accredits herself well. She has gained the IOA Award for umpiring and is working towards becoming a qualified Coach.  She helps with coaching younger players at her school.  Emily has organised fundraising events at both school and club, thus helping a variety of charities.

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Molly Morrisey: Jack Petchey Award Winner, January 2020

Molly is a very committed and talented club member, playing at  Senior Level  in  our County League.  She  was selected  for  the County U15’s  squad  and  then  successfully trialled for  Mavericks U15’s.  She was then asked  to join Mavericks Pathwway Futures and trains at the St Albans Hub. She has been chosen  to go on tour with Mavericks U17 Squad, to South Africa in August of this year.  Molly also helps  with coaching at a local Primary School.  Finally she helps at the Children’s Liturgy at her Family Church.

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Robyn Graham: Jack Petchey Award Winner, November 2019


Robyn has been a member of Crosskeys since Primary School. She was the first junior to play for a netball franchise squad, when she gained a place at Surrey Storm. She has had several serious injuries, one of which kept her out of netball for nearly a year. She kept fighting her way back to fitness and last year regained her place in the First Team. She shows great potential as a coach, and is keen to obtain her coaching award. She is held in high regard for her skills and dogged determination by her coach and peers.

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Katie Chimes: Jack Petchey Award Winner, October 2019


Katie has just started her third season with Crosskeys. She has steadily worked her way up through the Senior squads, and is now a regular player in the First Team.
She is a very enthusiastic, committed and determined player. She also helps to coach the younger players, both at school and within our club. She is working towards her umpiring award, helping out at matches whenever possible. Katie’s biggest achievement to date has been
in securing a place in Saracen Mavericks U17’s netball squad.

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Beth Parker: Jack Petchey Award Winner, April 2019

Beth has been a member of Crosskeys for seven years. During that time she has developed her skills as a netball player dramatically, working hard in training, listening to her coaches and always adopting a great attitude.

Two seasons ago Beth trialled successfully to gain a place  in the Essex Netball Pathway and is a regular in their squad on match play days. Her enthusiasm and dedication to our club is evident in the support she gives to other players in helping them to “fit in” and that she is always willing to help out at events and at training with younger players.  In the future Beth intends gaining her umpiring and coaching qualifications, once her studies allow, so that she can continue to develop other areas of her netball.

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Kezia Beeton: Jack Petchey Award Winner, March 2019

Kezia is a very versatile, dedicated player and is very encouraging to her peer players during matches. She also helps with her school teams. She has taken part in a “Race for Life” to raise money for cancer research. She volunteers at the Local Park Runs, doing barcode scanning before taking part in the run. She is a member of Essex County Athletics training three times per week and represents the county in both Cross Country and Relay Teams.

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