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PHC edge past Robin Hood

PHC, BMA and Police all recorded their first wins of the 2013 Summer Netball League campaign at Bernard Park on Thursday.

PHC squeaked past league newcomers Robin Hood 24-22 in a close battle that could have gone either way.

Tyra Simmons scored 15 points and Vernicka Symonds nine for PHC while Katie Brown (12) and Shannon Etchells (10) accounted for all of Robin Hood’s points.

BMA, who defaulted their season opener against Family earlier this week, prevailed 12-7 over HSBC who slumped to their second straight loss of the campaign.

Flo Simons led the BMA scoring with seven points while Takeeaha Welch accounted for all of HSBC’s points in this low scoring affair.

In another close battle that went right down to the wire, Police edged Breakers 27-26 with Stacey O’Brien leading the way with 19 points for the victors. Freida Dill replied with 13 points in a losing cause for Breakers who suffered their first league loss of the season.

Thursday’s remaining game saw Family school Teachers 16-11.

Kibriyaa Boyles led Family’s scoring with nine points and was ably supported by Stacy Smith who chipped in with seven points. Zindzi Swan accounted for all of the points scored by Teachers who suffered their first loss of the season following Tuesday’s 29-20 win against Robin Hood.

Action from Thursday's second round of the 2013 Summer Netball League at Bernard Park (Photo by Mark Tatem)

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Published May 10, 2013 at 4:12 pm (Updated May 10, 2013 at 4:12 pm)

PHC edge past Robin Hood

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