Netball: Unbeatable queens of King’s

PUBLISHED: 10:07 15 March 2007 | UPDATED: 12:18 04 May 2010

Back row, from left, Sarah Belcher, Rosie Cross, Helena Lendrum, Tori Lee, Lizzie Bradley; centre row, from left, Angelica Ferentinos, Clare Parker, Becky East; front left, Fiona Slater and Carrie Powell. Photo: LIZ SAYERS

Back row, from left, Sarah Belcher, Rosie Cross, Helena Lendrum, Tori Lee, Lizzie Bradley; centre row, from left, Angelica Ferentinos, Clare Parker, Becky East; front left, Fiona Slater and Carrie Powell. Photo: LIZ SAYERS

KING S School Ely first netball team has remained unbeaten this season. It s been a real team effort, said coach, Lesley Wilson. We ve played some strong teams and almost every one of our seven matches has seen high scoring by both sides. Only three

KING'S School Ely first netball team has remained unbeaten this season.

"It's been a real team effort," said coach, Lesley Wilson. "We've played some strong teams and almost every one of our seven matches has seen high scoring by both sides."

Only three games have been played at home and all have been nail-biters: 25-22 against Kimbolton, 26-23 against Culford and 23-19 against The Leys, on Tuesday.

An away match against the Perse Girls saw King's win by the widest margin, 31-15. King's shooters, Fiona Slater (captain), Lizzie Bradley and Tori Lee, have scored a total of 179 goals, and the team has conceded 137.

Back row, from left, Sarah Belcher, Rosie Cross, Helena Lendrum, Tori Lee, Lizzie Bradley; centre row, from left, Angelica Ferentinos, Clare Parker, Becky East; front left, Fiona Slater and Carrie Powell.

Photo: LIZ SAYERS


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