Mid week matches

Abbey take on Yeovil’s Newton tonight in a top 4 table clash. Whilst Chalice take on local rivals Wells at Home.

Abbey vs Newton Away @7:30pm

Leanne Wilson

Claire Dickens

Chantelle Goswell

Anna Bishop

Kate Howells

Lucy Baker

Ali Evans

Vikki Ferriday

Kelly Simpson

Jordan Davies

Chalice vs Canons Home@ 7:30pm

Erin Baker

Emily Trotman

Jamie Harvey

Gabi Creed

Emily Jane

Sarah Dinsdale Claire Bosley

Ella Kippax

Loxley King

Good Luck tonight ladies.

Game Day

Tor take on some tough opposition today in the next round of the cup!

Abbey face Wells @11am Away
Chalice face Blackdown @1:30 Home
Thorns face Newbarn @3 Home

Knights face Storm @1:30 Away on Sunday!

Good luck ladies!

Thorns victorious

Thorns took to the court with an early match against Kingfishers. With Issy Axton opening play, Thorns showed they meant business, with Emily Trotman and Samantha Smith on target they began to notch up the goals. Kingfishers were not deterred by Thorns’ play and were quick to benefit from turnovers and finished the first quarter with a two-goal lead.
The second quarter saw Ella Kippax take to GS and Jo Stimpy to WD, suring up the defence alongside Millie Oaten and Kat Millard. With all players beginning to link well and the goals continuing to hit their target, Thorns held on to Kingfishers’ tails and maintained the two-goal difference at half time. The third quarter saw Mo take to centre and Jamie Harvey to WA, and with Sam back on as GS Thorns began to step up to the challenge and with lots of tips and turnovers from Kat and Millie and tight defending from Jo, the home side closed the gap to 28-29. The final quarter saw Emily take to centre and Mo to WA. With lots of loud support on the sideline Thorns continued to calmly display their versatility and clip Kingfishers’ a wings the young Tor side inched ahead. The whole side continued to work to the final whistle, smashing the final fifteen with 16 goals to the visitors’ 8. Thorns sealed their victory with a final score of 44-37. Players’ player went to Jamie and Jo and opposition player went to Emily. A really impressive netballing display from the whole squad and a well-deserved first win of the season.

Abbey-licious victorious over local rivals Wells

Abbey took on local rivals Swan today in rather damp and drizzly conditions. A strong start for Abbey resulted in an early first quarter lead of 12-5 this was due to some great defensive pressure from Ruth Lomas and Tamzyn Chidley resulting in numerous turnovers. This play continued into the second quarter with Kelly-marie Simpson and Claire Dickens dominating the circle and converting on the turnovers with extremely accurate shooting. Half time score Abbey still leading 22-14. The defence were trying to block Claire and her shit hot shooting out of the circle so Claire and Kelly switched shooting positions within the circle at half time. This created more space on court as Claire was being doubled on in the circle. Sam Doble, myself and Jordan Davies worked really well to bring the ball up court with a lot less pressure on us and some great feeds into the circle resulted in the final score of 42-34. Player of the match from both teams went to Claire Dickens who was on fire! Well played everyone. Let’s all go down to VicFest and celebrate our win xx

Thorns vs Luna 15/09/18

Thorns faced a very experienced Luna today. With the absence of our Captain SamI had some very big shoes to fill! Fresh faced (although most a little tired from the first week back at school) we took to the court hoping to tire Luna out! In the first quarter we fought hard, taking 8 goals to Luna’s 17 we knew we were in for a tough game! With Gabi coming off for the 2nd quarter and Jamie-lea coming on court we continued to battle a tough Luna.
The 3rd quarter saw Emily intercepting loose balls and intercepting left right and CENTRE (see what I did there?)
In the last quarter we fought even harder nearly going goal for goal but unfortunately finishing 56-30 to Luna.
Overall with fabulous centre court play, great accurate shooting from Kat and Ellaand brilliant defence from Millie the score really doesn’t show how hard Thorns fought and how tired we were!

I’m sure I’ve missed some key parts of the game so apologies !! POM went to Emily from us!!! (We didn’t get one from Luna as they disappeared very quickly!)

Go Thorns!

Let The Season Begin!!!!

Tor start their up and coming 2018-2019 season this weekend with all home fixtures at Strode College Street. So if you want to come and show your support their are plenty of games to keep you entertained. 

10am Avalon vs Parkfield 

11:30am Chalice vs Queensway 

1:30pm Abbey vs Claremont 

3pm Thorns vs Comeytrowe 

Good luck to all playing this weekend!! 

Tor Does 1920’s In Style

Another fantastic season this year ensured there was a lot to celebrate at the end of season presentation! With some fantastic effort being put into everyones outfits, meant we all celebrated in style. Awards this year went to the following:
Knights players player – Rebecca Travers
Abbeys players player – Lucy Baker
Avalons players player – Ella Trebble-Westlake
Chalices players player – Emma Jones
Thorns players player – Kat Millard
Most imporved player – Bethy Morgan
Club person -Lindsay Munday
Umpire – Vikki Ferriday
Chalice not only won the league, they took home the defence shield for the best goal difference out of all five teams! Fantastic effort.
Remember if you would like to be considered for one of Tors 5 teams selection dates are as follows:
Thursday 12th July 7-9pm 1st and 2nd team
Saturday 14th July 10am -12pm all teams
Thursday 19th July 7-9pm 3rd, 4th and 5th team trials

See you all there!!
Tor Netball Club x

Chalice Division 3 Promotion

Saturday 5th May

Chalice manage to maintain their 1st place position of Somerset Netball Division 3 League by beating Newbarn 42-21.

Chalice are now up for Promotion to Division 2 as of next season 2018/19.

CONGRATULATIONS 

UKCC Level 2 Coaching

UKCC Level 2 Coaching Qualification

By successfully completing a Level 2 coaching qualification, as part of a UKCC endorsed coach education programme, coaches will be able to:

  • Prepare session plans and ensure that all activities are appropriate for the training and developmental ages of the players
  • Deliver prepared session plan in a safe and effective manner
  • Supervise any Level 1 coaches
  • Review and evaluate the effectiveness of coaching activities- use this to plan next session

Next Available UKCC Level 2 Coaching Course 

8th September 
The Princess Royal Sports Complex
Wellington School, TA21 8NT Wellington, Somerset

To book a place please follow link: https://www.englandnetball.co.uk/netball-event/level-2-coach-qualification-9/