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Saturday, February 04, 2023
Bermuda Netball Association League Round-Up

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Under 11 Development Division

The Phoenix Sparks and NPS Hotsteppers took to the court, the Phoenix MVP was Quin Burgess, the Best Attacker was Azariah Scott, and the teams Best Defender was Naomi Outerbridge, while the NPS Hotsteppers MVP was Reegan Lightbourne, with the Best Attacker Dayah Dill, and the Best Defender was Elsie Purcell.

The Storm and the North Village Lady Rams followed, Eliana Trott was named the Storm MVP, the Best Attacker was Hailey Odouri and the Best Defender was Priya Dill. The North Village Lady Rams MVP was Jayla Woodley-Herbert, the Best Attacker was Xen Bourne, and the Best Defender was Dani Browne.

Under 14 Division

Rangers defeated the North Village Lady Rams 19 – 6, Honor Caesar scored 11 goals to lead Rangers to victory, with MVP Saajida Daniels adding 8 goals, Jazymn Sutton scored 4 goals for the North Village Lady Rams, while MVP Razeeyah Robinson added 2 goals.

The Phoenix Embers defeated the Storm 13 – 11, co-MVP Hailey Trott scored 10 goals to lead the Phoenix Embers, Sanaa Grant added 2 goals, and Xola Rollins scored once, with Jaya Dillas named co-MVP. The Storm got 7 goals from Malaysia Furbert, with Ameerah Outerbridge adding 4 goals, with Day’asha Dill named the MVP.

Under 17 Division

The Phoenix Fire defeated the Dandy Stars 37 – 12, Makaylie Smith led the Phoenix Fire with 13 goals, MVP Sydney Santos, added 12 goals, Hailey Trott scored 7 goals, and Kammie Mills scored 5 goals. They got 9 goals from Sioma Rudo, while Moirah Bridgewater added 3 goals, with Breynia Darrell was named the teams MVP.

The Storm defeated the North Village Lady rams White 36 – 13, Rhianna Riddick scored 14 goals to lead the Storm, Jaelyn Rewan-Lambert added 9 goals, co-MVP Anisa Seon scored 6 times, with Jamir Hatherley adding 4 goals, and co-MVP Amara Richards scored 3 goals. The North Village Lady Rams Whites got 12 goals from MVP Ra’eesah Robinson, with Aniyah Dill adding the other goal.

Senior Division

Co-MVP Danielle Raynor scored 50 goals to lead Phoenix Heat to a 62 – 35 win over the North Village Lady Rams. Ebonie Cox added 9 goals, and K’xiyae Gibbons scored times, with Kiante Lightbourne named co-MVP. The North Village Lady Rams got 21 points from MVP Darrika Simons, and Coriah Simmons added 14 goals.

The Lindo’s Tigers defeated the Docksiders 53 – 12, Jahtuere Trott scored 26 goals to lead the Lindo’s Tigers to victory, Candace Paynter added 10 goals, while Jay-Lyn Hines scored 8 goals, MVP Demiqua Daniels scored 7 goals, and Donnisha Gardner scored twice. The Docksiders got 10 goals from Olivia Bugg, while Laura Abraham added 2 goals, with Briar Bransfield named the teams MVP.
Tuesday, January 31, 2023
BNA Senior League Round-Up

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The Bermuda Netball Association’s Senior League season resumed inside the Bermuda College Gymnasium with a doubleheader.

In the opener the North Village Lady Rams defeated the Docksiders 35 – 20, Darrika Simons led the North Village Lady Rams with 25 goals, Coriah Simmons added 6 goals, and Zhanae Simmons scored 4 times, with Jada Richards named the teams MVP. The Docksiders goy 13 goals from T’yanna Hayward, Zureena Rubaine added 5 goals, while Diesha Tucker, and Laura Faulkner added a goal each, Olivia Bugg was named the teams MVP.

In the nightcap the Lindos Tigers defeated St. George’s 49 – 20, the Tigers got 20 goals from Jahtuere Trott on their way to victory, Candace Paynter added 18 goals, while Donnisha Gardner scored 11 goals, with Diara Benjamin named the teams MVP. Selina Bascome scored 9 goals for St. George’s, Nicky Smith added 6 goals, while Stacey O’Brien scored 4 goals, with Druw Bascome scoring once, Tina Wall was named the teams MVP.
Saturday, January 28, 2023
Bermuda Netball Association League Round-Up

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The Bermuda Netball Association’s League season resumed with matches taking place inside the Bermuda College Gymnasium.

Under 11 Development League

In the opener the Sparks and NPS Hotsteppers took to the court with the Sparks naming Amaiah Samuels as the teams MVP, the Best Attackers were Amaris Dyer and Azaria Scott, while the Best Defenders were Naomi Outerbridge and Amara Samuels. The NPS Hotsteppers named Gabrielle Babon as their MVP, while their Best Attacker was Reegan Lightbourne, and the Best Defender was Tamirra Richardson.

Next on the court were the Storm and the North Village Lady Rams. Eliah Trott was named the Storm MVP, while Priya Dill was named the co-MVP and the Best Attacker, and the Best Defender was Trayonna Maina. The North Village Lady Rams named S’mya Tyrell the best Attacker and the MVP, while the Best Defender was Morgan Gibbons.

Under 14 Division

The Storm defeated the Rangers 22 – 6, the Storm got 12 goals from Malaysia Furbert, Ameerah Outerbridge added 9 goals, and Nailah Barclay scored once, with Day’asha Dill named the teams MVP, while the Rangers got three goals from E’rynn Paynter, Saajida Daniels scored twice and MVP Honor Caesar scored once.

Phoenix Embers defeated the North Village Lady Rams 20 – 9. Hailey Trott scored 14 goals to lead the Phoenix Embers to victory, both Xola Rollins, and Ahnari Grant scored three goals each, while Nyli Grant was named the teams MVP. The North Village Lady Rams got 6 goals from MVP Razeeyah Robinson, Jazmine Sutton added 2 goals, and Devine DeSilva scored once.


Under 17 League

In the Under 17 Division, the Reds won the battle of the North Village Lady Rams. The North Village Lady Rams Reds defeated the North Village Lady Rams White 49 – 19. Arianna Sabir led the Reds to victory with 28 goals, while J’zari Zuill-Dillas added 21 goals, the White’s got 10 goals from Re’eesah Robinson, Rezeeyah Robinson added 9 goals. Nevaeh Swan was named the Red’s MVP, while Talia Wade was the White team's MVP.

In the other match, the Storm and Phoenix Fire played to a 23 – 23 draw.

BNA Youth Netball Jan 28th 2023

 
 
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Government & Bermuda Netball Press Conference LIVE @ 9:50am

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The Minister of Youth, Culture, and Sport, Sen. Owen Darrell, will hold a press conference at 9:50 am this morning at the CedarBridge Academy Netball Court alongside the Bermuda Netball Association.

www.islandstats.com will be LIVE from the CedarBridge Academy Netball Court to bring you the coverage.

Minister Darrell said, "The public may recall last November that the Bermuda Netball Association (BNA) expressed health and safety concerns over the state of the government-owned netball courts at Bernard’s Park. Due to weather and frequent use, the asphalt surface of the courts had become dangerously eroded.

As a result, a decision was made in December to temporarily close the courts until the Department of Youth and Sports could complete the necessary repairs.

While these repairs are underway, we still recognized that there was a need to find a location so that the BNA could continue their leagues.

So, today, I am happy to announce the a temporary solution for the BNA to resume their Saturday leagues, thanks to Whitney Middle School and Cedar Bridge Academy, who have generously offered to share their facilities until the end of the season.

For the time being, the Bermuda Netball Association will use the outside courts at Whitney Middle School for conducting their Junior Leagues and the indoor Gymnasium at Cedar Bridge Academy for the Senior League. I extend my deepest gratitude to Ms. Reeshema Swan, principal of Whitney Middle School, and MP Jason Wade, Chairman of the Board at CedarBridge Academy, for coming to the assistance of the BNA.

The Department of Youth and Sport will further assist by marking the courts and providing bleachers and equipment to Whitney Middle School in the interim, while they continue investigating the full scope of repairs required at Bernard's Park and plan the most effective course of action.

With over 400 registered players on island, Netball is a huge sport for Bermuda, and those who use our courts at Bernard's Park have suffered setbacks to their practice for far too long.

Before this most recent closure, a series of vandalism acts in recent years, coupled with social-distancing requirements enforced over the pandemic has made it very difficult for players to maintain their practice comfortably and safely.

I wish to assure the public that the Ministry of Youth, Culture, and Sport values the importance of netball to our community, and we are committed to finding a permanent solution to that will meet the needs of all parties.

While this is still an ongoing project, I am grateful to the public and all invested parties for their patience and collaboration as we continue working together to support our local athletes.”


 
 
Saturday, December 10, 2022
BNA Winter League Roung-Up

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The weather once again proved to be the winner as play in the Bermuda Netball Association’s Winter League season was halted yet again due to rain.

In the Under 11 Development League, the Storm had Hailey Odouri named the team MVP, the Best Attacker was Priya Dill, Elsie Purcell was named the NPS Hotsteppers MVP, the team's Best Attacker was Xela Hall, and Day’ah Dill, and the teams Best Defender was Tamirra Richardson.

Under 14 Division

The Storm defeated the North Village Lady Rams 13 – 3 in the opener, Malaysia Furbert led the Storm to victory with 7 goals, while Nailah Barclay added three goals, A’meerah Outerbridge scored twice and Naomi Crofton scored the other goals, with Day’asha Dill named the teams MVP, Jazmyn Sutton scored twice for the North Village Lady Rams, with Razeeyah Robinson scoring the other goal, Kiera Trott was named the North Village Lady Rams MVP.

The Phoenix Embers defeated the Rangers 14 – 9, Sanaa Grant scored 9 goals for the Phoenix Embers, Shiloh Simmons added 3 goals, and Andari Graham scored twice, the Phoenix Embers MVP’s were Kree Holdipp and Jaya Dillas. Rangers got 5 goals from E’Rynn Paynter, with Saajida Daniels adding the other 4 goals, Zyari Lawrence was the Rangers MVP.

No other games were played due to rain.
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