Priors are perfect, but Moreton still top

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Priors A maintained their 100 per cent record in West 
Suffolk Netball League 
Division One, but still trail Moreton A by four points.

Lisa Dolby and Julie Brind helped the defending champions — who have a game in hand over Moreton — see off Burwell 25-19, but Moreton’s 42-39 success over Jetts A — courtesy of star performances by Olivia Peters and Leanne Peters — was enough to maintain the gap.

Suffolk Police ended Haverhill A’s perfect start to the season to move up to third, with Chloe Crame and Victoria Rose named the players of the match.

Thetford A rose to fourth as Charlotte Olley and Julie Amys helped them to see off bottom-club Priors B 50-46,

Jubilee A fought out a tough encounter with Moreton B in Division Two.

Moreton B, with Kerry Jones and Sarah Hedges on form, surged into a 21-11 advantage, but Jubilee A battled back with some excellent feeds from Sarah Wilson and Sarah Gomarsall into shooters Nic Cocksedge and Alexa Burlow.

The score was reduced to 27-21 by the end of the third quarter, but Moreton held on, despite the best efforts of Lisa Baldry, Mimi Black and Ellie Morse in defence.

Cockfield A made it five wins out of five at the top, with Amee Bullett and Juliet Konrath guiding them to a 46-21 victory over Breckland A.

They are five points clear of Thetford B and Stowmarket II, who both won their matches.

In Division Three, Haverhill B remained at the top with their fifth win from five matches, while there were also triumphs for RMG, Jetts B and Cockfield B.

Jetts C’s sixth win in a row saw them edge out Stow Fusion 39-34, with Phoebe Parker and Kim Paterson on form, keeping them clear of Priors C — who won 34-13 against Phoenix, thanks to player-of-the-match performances from Shari Gardiner and Becky Long — and Fusion at the top of Division Four.

Alice Hemingway and Jodie Tarbin helped Havebury overcome Haverhill C 26-23.

Jetts D maintained their unbeaten run in Division Five with a 71-21 success over Breckland D — centre-court players Hannah Chadwick and Anna Edwards were selected as the most impressive players this week.

Leaders Cockfield C, with Holly Faiers and Lauren Gooch starring, won 44-37 against Thetford C.

Jennifer Teacher and Alison Huggins helped Stow Diamonds defeat Stowmarkers 55-15 to remain at the summit of Division Six, while there were also wins for Bardwell, Jubilee Magpies and Jubilee Jays.

Jetts Pearls celebrated their first win of the summer season in Zena’s Under-14s Division, beating Cockfield II 41-27.

Jetts’ players of the match were shooters Alice Collins and Alice Barclay.

Jetts Garnets saw off Thetford III 41-3 — thanks in part to Sasha Campbell and Emily Meekings — to remain locked on points with Moreton Hall at the top of the table, while Cockfield overcame Thetford 35-27, with Deanna Hollings and Samantha Knott the stars.

In Paula’s Under-12s Division, Moreton Red stayed top with a 31-1 victory over Cockfield B.
Roby Cooper and Sophie Beaumont were named the players of the match in that fixture, while Kitty Platt and Maisie Fitton helped Moreton Blue see off clubmates Moreton Green 23-5.

In the other match in the division, Katie Lee and Sophie Wishlade were on form in Cockfield A’s 17-1 triumph over Jetts Opals.