Griffiths and Sadler are helping Hall lead the way

TABLE-TOPPERS: Division Three leaders Stowmarket
TABLE-TOPPERS: Division Three leaders Stowmarket
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Champions Moreton Hall A remain locked at the top of the West Suffolk Netball League with Priors after the fourth round of matches.

The two sides are the only Division One teams with four wins to their names this season after Hellen Griffiths and Alice Sadler helped Hall inflict a first loss of the season on Suffolk Police, while Janine Baxter and Ellie Curry starred in Priors’ win over Haverhill.

In a congested middle of the table, Haverhill and Thetford A — the latter courtesy of player-of-the-match displays from Philippa Auckland and Julie Amys — recorded victories.

Jetts A maintained their 100 per cent record in Division Two as Georgia Cooke and Haydn Gross helped them to a 24-17 triumph over Priors B.

Stowmarket top Division Three after edging out Phoenix 22-20 with Vanessa Fowler and Pat Barnard on form.

Panthers and Pink Ladies are just a point behind after the Panthers overcame the Pink ladies 35-29 with Sharon Ongliss and Lucy Hards playing important roles.

Thetford B and Breckland B also earned success, while there was a thriller in Division Four between Walsham and Jubilee B.

Jubilee came from behind to draw level at 27-27 in the third quarter before going on to win courtesy of the shooting ability of Jordan Ward and Becca Elsden.

Jetts C, Moreton Hall D and Havebury also recorded wins, while Breckland C overcame Wattisham Blades 15-9 in a low-scoring affair in Division Five.

Wattisham, whose players of the match were Leann Winn and Mereseini Maya, led 6-4 after the first quarter, but Breckland C clawed their way back with starring roles from Jo Chambers and Karen Hunt.

In Zena’s Division, the league’s junior competition, Esther Little and Holly Singh were unable to prevent Cockfield from winning 30-19, while Thetford, Cockfield III and Moreton Hall were also victorious.

In the battle of two Jetts teams, the firsts beat the seconds 65-28 with Izzy King and Lily Shalev on form.