Category Archives: Jack Petchey Award

Millie Maskell: Jack Petchey Award Winner, April 2018

Millie is a hard working and determined member of her squad.  She also brings a lot of laughter to the training sessions and welcomes new members.  She has donated her hair on two occasions to the Little Princess Charity for it to be made into wigs for very sick children.  She also entertains the residents of Grove Cottage with carol singing at Xmas.

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Heidi Crouchman: Jack Petchey Award Winner, March 2018

Heidi has been with Crosskeys for several years. She has become a talented player and gives a lot of commitment to the club. She takes part in dance performances for local events such as “Remembrance Day”. She is filming with an Agency and also taking singing and acting exams. She is also taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme.

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Tegan Lintonbon – Baker: Jack Petchey Award Winner, January 2018

Tegan has been with Crosskeys for 7 years. She is a very committed member, even returning for the day from holidaying in Norfolk to captain her team in an important match.  She has also successfully trialled for the County Squad.  She helps to coach years 1 to 3 in the Club as well as years 7 and 8 at her School, and also attended a weekend tournament in Nottingham as an Assistant Coach.  This season she has qualified as a Level 1 Coach.  Tegan is a great role model for the younger members of the Club.

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Sian Kearney: Jack Petchey Award Winner, February 2018

Sian has been with Crosskeys for 5 years.  She is a regular member of her Team and brings a lot of determination and encouragement to the game.  At school she is a volunteer for the “School Readiness Programme” and is a member of a Peer Mentor’s group, which supports students who are struggling with their studies or have other problems.  She also fund raises for “No Child Without” and St Clare’s Hospice charities.

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Olivia Curaba: Jack Petchey Award Winner, November 2017

This young player has seen her Mum battle against illness not once , but twice recently.  Olivia has show real character in not allowing this to overshadow her life and to carry on as normal.  This entails attending training every week and being available for matches.  She helped to organise a Shooting Competition, to raise money for a young girl with brain cancer.  Olivia looked after her when she came to join in the netball evening.  She has also taken part in Breast Cancer Charity walks and comes into club an hour early to help with coaching our younger players.

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Charlotte Barton: Jack Petchey Award Winner, October 2017

Charlotte joined Crosskeys approximately 11years ago. She has become a very talented player, and has a regular place in one of our County League teams.  In addition to her netball she has spent time working at a Homeless Shelter and serving meals in a Soup Kitchen.  Last year, she went to America and volunteered at a Wildlife Centre, helping to nurse baby birds, snapping turtles and sunburnt crocodiles, back to good health.  She has also been a County and Regional swimmer and a County Hockey player.  She is now at University, but returns regularly to train and play matches.

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Georgia Leslie: Jack Petchey Award Winner, June 2017

Georgia is very enthusiastic, cheerful and chatty, a delight to have in the year 6 age group. She is very hard working and reliable, always attends training and matches.  She shows lots of potential and should have a great future with Crosskeys.

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Freya D’Alberto: Jack Petchey Award Winner, May 2017

Freya joined Crosskeys four years ago and, through hard work and commitment, has developed into a very talented player, improving year by year.  She always gives 100% at training and in matches, listening to her coach to enable her to develop her game.  She is very friendly and is well liked among her peers, a credit to Crosskeys.

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Emma Wacey: Jack Petchey Award Winner, April 2017

Emma is the youngest member of a very talented netball family.  Mum and two older sisters also play for Crosskeys.  Emma has been with us since she was eight years old and has always shown what an excellent player she is.  This season she has secured a place in our Herts 2 squad and has progressed enormously with her skills and knowledge.  Also this season Emma has taken an “Into Officiating” course to enable her to umpire matches.  Here too she is demonstrating good skills and is developing into a very good young umpire.  Emma always works hard during training sessions, she is a quiet, friendly girl who is a definite asset to our club in every way.

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Kate Peacock: Jack Petchey Award Winner, March 2017

Kate has been with Crosskeys since Primary  School.  She is a skillful., reliable team member.  She also helps to coach the younger members of the club and assists with fund raising activities.  Kate is an excellent role model for other club players and is now  a Youth Representative on the Junior Club Committee

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