Strong finish sees City claim fourth spot

09:48 14 April 2014

Back row: Jenny Tovey, Pauline Sansom, Kate Bristow, Emma Ayers.
Front row: Jess Rollings, Sam King and Kim Nurse.

Back row: Jenny Tovey, Pauline Sansom, Kate Bristow, Emma Ayers. Front row: Jess Rollings, Sam King and Kim Nurse.

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A luckless start to the second half of the season meant City of Ely I lost the top spot in the Cambridgeshire County League after losing their first three matches.

But the team came back strongly in the latter part of the season and got back to their best by winning their final two matches against Milton and CoJags.

Their late resurgence saw Ely finish the season in fourth place.

INFO: To find out more about City of Ely Netball Club visit www.cityofelynetballclub.btck.co.uk/

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