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Teams gather for netball league’s annual awards presentation

PUBLISHED: 10:21 21 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:47 21 March 2018

Members of the Cliff Park Robins team, with fair player winners Vicki Ayers and Daisy Jennings (holding certificates) and Libby Gates (centre) who won the Linda Crisp Umpire Award. Picture: Amy Smith.

Members of the Cliff Park Robins team, with fair player winners Vicki Ayers and Daisy Jennings (holding certificates) and Libby Gates (centre) who won the Linda Crisp Umpire Award. Picture: Amy Smith.

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Another successful season saw two Gorleston Cliff Park teams take the crown in the Lowestoft Netball League.

Members of the Cliff Park Kestrels team, who won the summer and winter leagues. Picture: Amy Smith.Members of the Cliff Park Kestrels team, who won the summer and winter leagues. Picture: Amy Smith.

The awards for the winning teams and runners up in the winter season, which came to a close on March 13, were announced at the league’s annual general meeting at Potters Resort in Hopton last night.

The winners of division one were Cliff Park Kestrels, who won all 12 games, followed by Cliff Park Eagles in second place. And the top spot in division two was won by Cliff Park Robins, who won all but one game, with Beccles Hawks announced as runners up.

The Kestrels also won last year’s summer league, with Draw Engineering in second place.

Members of the Cliff Park Robins team, who won the division two winter league. Picture: Amy Smith.Members of the Cliff Park Robins team, who won the division two winter league. Picture: Amy Smith.

Further awards were handed out to fair players, Vicki Ayers from Beccles Hawks for the summer season, and Jade Wong from Leaders and Daisy Jennings from Cliff Park Ravens for the winter season in divisions one and two respectively.

The final presentation of the night was the Linda Crisp Umpire Award, presented to Libby Gates who has recently passed her C Umpire Award. She was praised for being “helpful, fair and committed” to the league.

To find out more about the league, visit www.lowestoftnetball.co.uk

Fair player winners Vicki Ayers and Daisy Jennings. Picture: Amy Smith.Fair player winners Vicki Ayers and Daisy Jennings. Picture: Amy Smith.

Libby Gates, winner of the Linda Crisp Umpire Award. Picture: Amy Smith.Libby Gates, winner of the Linda Crisp Umpire Award. Picture: Amy Smith.

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