Rocket-powered Jetts complete incredible season

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Jetts D ended an excellent year for the club in the Suffolk Gates West Suffolk League by defeating Jubilee Jays to clinch the Division Six title.

Their victory over second-placed Jays — who could have also won the Division Six championship — came courtesy of player-of-the-match displays from Molly Robson and Olivia Chadwick.

Ciara Walmsley and Ellie Keswick tried their best for the Jays, but it was not enough as they went down 48-25 at the hands of the new Division Six victors.

Izzy King, Pippa Keeling, Lily Maguire, Charlotte Orriss, Rosie Hudson, Molly Robson, Olivia Chadwick and Connie Gibbs were among those who played their part for Jetts D as they ended the campaign with a 100 per cent record.

The club’s A team also won all of their matches as they lifted the Division Two title, while Jetts dominated Zena’s Junior Division with the first and second youth sides ending the season in the top two positions in the table.

Their under-14 and under-16 sides have alos become county champions after winning their final Suffolk Cross County League matches at County Upper School on Saturday, beating the likes of Civil Service, Cockfield, Christchurch and Sudbury gems to the titles.

n The other matches in West Suffolk League Division Six ended in victories for Cockfield D and Jubilee Magpies.

Lacey Smith and Kirsty Holland helped Cockfield finish third with a 31-21 defeat of Jetts E — for whom Alana Hart and Martina Wiecha were on form — while the Magpies saw off Cockfield E 35-5 with player-of-the-match displays from Leanne Thompson and Alex Gaford-Pickney.

RMG’s goal difference of minus-45 cost them their place in Division Two, while Thetford B will replace them after overcoming Breckland B to take the Division Three title ahead of fellow promoted side Pink Ladies.

Walsham’s superior goal difference of plus-99 to Jubilee B’s plus-54 allowed them to lift the Division Four crown.