REPS Update

July 2022 - Under 18 Netball NZ National Tournament - Chch

Our Under 18 team took part in the Netball NZ Tournament which was hosted in Chch this year.  Day one was probably the windiest of the winter and was a bit of a misssion for our shooters.  The rest of the week was very wet and windy and Finals day being almost arctic.  The team finished with a great improvement from the 2021 in reaching a 22nd placing out of 37 teams entered. 

Monday  vs  Whanganui - WIN 23 - 21

Monday vs Hutt Valley - Loss 29-24

Tuesday vs  Hamilton City A - Loss 55-14

Wednesday vs Thames Valley - Loss 32-17

Wednesday vs Auckland 2 - Loss 35-14

Thursday vs North Harbour - WIN 25 -18

Overall placing for the Netball NZ National Tournament - 22nd - well done ladies!

Link to NNZ Website for Results and more info:

June 2022 - Field Day Touornament

NCNC took part in the Canterbury Country Field Day tournament on Sunday 19 June, being hosted by Selwyn at Lincoln.

A big shout out to the U16 Gold team that has continued their awesome form from the U16 Event, to sweep aside all at Field Day!  They won the new U16 Trophy, and they also won the Billie Armstrong Trophy for the highest goal average in the U16 group.

Another shout out to our Senior Group that came together and produced some quality netball. They won the Forscutt Cup.

Our Year 9 Teams embraced the festival spirit, got a taste of wearing the "Blue and Gold" and had a fun day out. Thank you so much for mixing up the teams and letting the kids enjoy netball! As we know, kids just need to have fun and enjoy the game to stay engaged!

The U18s had a worthwhile outing and lost to Selwyn after a poor start. However, the second half was a demonstration of  "gutsing it out".

Our team of umpires also contributed significantly to the day and we thank them immensely, Caitlin Loose, Daragh Hamilton-Davis, Emily Cowper, Hillary Cooper, Stacey Sanders and Lucy Gilsenan.  Congratulations to Daragh who won the Billie Armstrong Award & Whistle for best umpire.

Congratualtions to all on a great, but cold day.