West Pembroke girls have to settle for silver

  • West Pembroke netballers: back row, from left, Samori Stevens (GS), Ms. D. Booth, Coach, Saony Trott (WA), Khyrah Smith (C), Khamil Burchall (GS), Na’Zea Simmons (WD), Alay Burgess-Rocker (GK), Amari Burgess (WD), Miss Apryl Jackson, Coach, Keegan Dyer (WD)

Front row: Jayla Peets-Butterfield (GD &Captain), Isis Tucker (C), Sioma Rudo (GA), M’Zaya Martin (WA)

    West Pembroke netballers: back row, from left, Samori Stevens (GS), Ms. D. Booth, Coach, Saony Trott (WA), Khyrah Smith (C), Khamil Burchall (GS), Na’Zea Simmons (WD), Alay Burgess-Rocker (GK), Amari Burgess (WD), Miss Apryl Jackson, Coach, Keegan Dyer (WD) Front row: Jayla Peets-Butterfield (GD &Captain), Isis Tucker (C), Sioma Rudo (GA), M’Zaya Martin (WA)


West Pembroke School’s netball team participated in the “Knock-Out” Netball Tournament at Bernard Park last Wednesday.

The girls defeated Purvis Primary 2-0 and West End Primary 6-0 to make it to the semi-finals.

West Pembroke met BHS in the semi-finals. At the end of the first half, the score was 1-1. The full-time score was 3-3.

The game went to “sudden death”, where the team that scores on the opposing team’s centre wins. We scored and won 4-3.

Next, we met Northlands Primary in the finals. West Pembroke played well, but could not hold off the strong Northlands team and had to settle for silver medals. Well done, girls.

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Published Dec 13, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Dec 13, 2018 at 7:56 am)

West Pembroke girls have to settle for silver

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