AHS 64 vs Ness Hotshots 32

AHS had the first centre pass they managed to convert it into a goal despite both teams being very competitive from the start. Great linking and feeding into the circle by ness made it challenging for AHS defence to get their hands to the ball. However, amazing speed from AHS mid court Abby Sandison and Vhairi Graham made it easy for their team to get the ball into the attacking circle where shooter May Young rarely missed. The quarter ended 17-6 to AHS.

Ness Hotshots came back onto the court determined to catch up on AHS. Good work in the Hotshots circle made it hard for AHS. However AHS came back fighting with Jodie Walterson working well in the shooting circle, this meant that AHS where able to keep their lead with the quarter finishing 32-16 to AHS.

Consistent efforts from both teams right from the start of the 3rd quarter led to some quality netball. However, strong feeds from Kirsty Thomson into Young and Walterson in AHS’s shooting Circe made it difficult for Hotshots defence to intercept. AHS managed to widen their lead to 48-21.

Going into the final quarter both teams came out fighting. Amazing interceptions from Katy Manson and Astri Balfour saw AHS maintain their lead. Some excellent long-range shots from Imogen Teale and May Young ensured AHS the win despite Hotshots defence working right up to the final whistle. With Hotshots best efforts the game ended 64-32 to AHS. Players of the match were May young for AHS and Katie Moore for Ness Hotshots.