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BWU champs start well

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Defending champions Brittons Hill Combined shocked former champions A&A Connections when the latter returned to the Barbados Workers’ Union Netball Competition last Monday night at the Netball Stadium.
Brittons Hill won the match 55-49 to get their title defence underway after leading all quarters 15-12, 27-22 and 42-36.
Former national captain Latonia Blackman led Brittons Hill with 33 goals from 37 attempts at goal attack and Kimberley Brathwaite gave solid support at goal shooter with 22 from 30.
A&A’s Lydia Bishop led all scorers with 39 goals from 46 attempts. Renee Rudder scored nine and Joyann Cooke one in the loss.
The Under-21 Squad also opened the tournament with a 50-19 hammering of Remii Ballers in the Sir Roy Trotman Zone.
Other scores
Ulric Sealy Zone
Brittons Hill Combined 24, Shottas United 23
Lester Vaughan “A” 22, Barbdos Youth Service 21
Market Hill 23, Church Village 9 (Half-time: 15-5)
King’s Park 19, Shottas United 15 (10-8)
Shottas United 21, King’s Park 14 (11-6)
Linda Brooks “A” Zone:
Rapid Response 31, Church Village 13 (17-7)
St Anderew Ballers 32, L.E. Smith Diamonds 27.
Linda Brooks “B” Zone:
Hillside LIME Newbury 31, Church Village 23 (16-12).
Wolverines 35, RBPF 20 (19-6).
Sir Roy Trotman Zone:
Korrec Auto Ballers 29, Fusion NC 24 (18-15)
Wolverines 63, Police Girls Club 34 (29-17)
Gabby Scott Zone: Friendship 29, Bagatelle All Stars 4.
Almond Lions 17, Lester Vaughan ‘B” 14.
(SAT)

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