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- Launch of Development Initiative
- Herts County Tournament: 14th May 2016
- Verity Poulter: Jack Petchey Award Winner, June 2016
- Molly Fozzard: Jack Petchey Award Winner, May 2016
- Greta Ollandini; Jack Petchey Award Winner, April 2016
- Megan Dowton: Jack Petchey Award Winner, March 2016
- East Region County Satellite Tournament – 7th May2016
- Our 11th Junior Tournament: A message from the Chair
- The Triumphant Yrs 7, 8 and 10 at Condover – April 2016
- Our County Players 2016 – Well done
- Congratulations: Runners Up Herts League Div4
- County Trials, 20th March 2016
- Under 14′s Nationals, 12th March 2016
- Under 16,s Nationals, 12th March 2016
- Abigail Stickland: Jack Petchey Award Winner, February 2016
Click on “East Region League” and “Herts County League” in left hand sidebar for current Results, Fixtures and League Tables
Today saw the first games played of the Development Initiative.
Three squads went over to Leventhorpe to put all their learnt skills into practice against Swan.
U14′s were Amy, Destiny, Hannah, Honey, Evie, Kelsie and Charlotte. There was some really good play delivered but some mistakes too. In the 2nd Qtr we had an injury and Evie turned her ankle I hope it was not bad and we wish her a speed recovery. Thank you to Alex for swapping courts and filling in from the U12′s.
Final score 11-16 to Swan unlucky girls our last Qtr went a bit a drift. When we play them on the returning leg we will get them.
U13′s were Phoebe M, Zahra, Phoebe B, Beth, Charlie, Lucia and Emily. Thank you Beth for filling in at short notice due to sickness . Now I understand fromSarah that there was some good play and, again, some silly mistakes. But all it did was enable her to see where the training sessions need to be focused.
Final score 12-6 to us good result girls well played. Read More
Huge congratulations to Essex (Chelmsford) Team 1 at Herts County Tournament today, Cup Winners, won every single match . Well doneLauren Ayers. Great to see our Crosskeys players representing both Essex & Herts, well done to you all, lovely tournament with teams from Cambs, Suffolk, Herts, Norfolk, Beds & Essex (Basildon)
Congratulations to Herts 2 who won the plate at the county tournament and to Becky Allen who won Herts2′s player of the tournament. Well done girls.
Verity has a very lively personality; she is polite, warm and welcoming to new-comers. With an excellent attitude
towards training she has, this year, developed her skills and
become a very good player.
Molly is an excellent club member and role model. She is
an outstanding player and works hard to improve her skills.
She has taken on extra responsibilities as Team Captain and
Youth Representative on the Crosskeys Club Committee.
Greta is a fairly new member of Crosskeys; she has integrated
well into her group, listens to her coaches and gives 100%
effort at all times. Because of this she has made good
progress in her standard of netball playing.
Megan has been with Crosskeys for almost five years. She always gives 100% at training and matches. She works hard to improve her skills and game by listening to her Coaches and is developing into a very good defender. She is a good team member, a pleasure to have in the squad, and consistently offers encouragement during matches.
Ellie Lewis, Kate Henshall and Nada Tadros flew the flag for Crosskeys at the East region county satellite tournament at UEA Norwich. Some absolutely amazing netball. Hertfordshire had 2 teams entered. Kate on Herts 1 and Nada and Ellie on Herts 2. Both teams played exceptional netball. There were 18 teams. Herts 1 did not lose a game. Their hardest game was the final against north bucks which they won by 2 goals in extra time. We think Herts 2 came 6th. Kate got Player of the tournament for Herts 1. Well done girls you did Crosskeys proud
Sunday 24th April saw Crosskeys Netball Club host it’s 11th junior tournament. It really was the biggest and the best so far. Seventy four (74) teams took part travelling from as far away as Norfolk, Sussex and Durham. Junior netball players who’s ages ranged from 10 -16 enjoyed a full day of netball. The standard of play was impressive in every age group from every team.
Our Crosskeys committee/non playing team worked tirelessly throughout the day starting at 7 a.m and finally leaving Mark Hall Centre at almost 7 p.m. Well done one and all on a truly fantastic effort. Although we all came home tired it really was well worthwhile and so many lovely compliments from people about how well run the Crosskeys tournament always is.
So much hard work goes into running a tournament of this size and it would not be possible without everyone “pulling” together. Crosskeys should be very proud of the accomplishments this weekend. Coaches, players, umpires, parents, friends and family all getting involved to run a successful day. Well done Crosskeys NC.