In-form Heat maintain top spot

Pheonix Heat remain just ahead of Lindos Tigers at the top of the Bermuda Netball Association Netball Senior League following a comfortable 59-22 victory over Storm Lightning.

Danielle Raynor demonstrated her shooting prowess guiding Heat to victory with an incredible 54 points, while Arkeita Smith added the remaining five. Diara Benjamin led the way for Lightning with ten points, while Amaiah Butterfield added eight points and Jaylynn a further four.

Lindos Tigers sit a place behind Heat but of goal difference alone, after overcoming Robin Hood in a 51-22 success.

Jakenya Trott inspired the win by scoring 30 points, with Charlene Gomez adding 18 and Allison Outerbridge the remaining three. On target for Hood were Charlie Bridgman with 12, and Jess Arnell with ten.

Meanwhile, Storm Thunder remain in third-place, just two points behind the top two teams, following a hard-fought 40-23 victory against North Village Lady Rams.

Selah Tuzo was on top form, scoring 24 points, while Elishae Smith scored 15 points and Kaamilah Nasir, one. On target for the Lady Rams were Nikita Trott with 13, Jahtuere Trott adding seven and Darrika Simons with the remaining three points.

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Published Feb 13, 2019 at 8:57 pm (Updated Feb 13, 2019 at 8:57 pm)

In-form Heat maintain top spot

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