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Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Meet Bermuda's U21 National Netball Team

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Recently the Bermuda Netball Association announced the Bermuda Under 21 National Team selected for the USA Netball Under 21 International Development Series being held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

This tournament is the pinnacle of Netball competitions for emerging players who are Under 21 years of age and will increase the likelihood of qualifying in the region for the Netball World Youth Cup 2021.

Today www.islandstats.com introduces you to the team.



 
 
Monday, July 09, 2018
Bermuda Under 21 Netball Team Announced

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The Bermuda Netball Association is excited to announce the Bermuda Longtails Under 21 National Team selected for the USA Netball Under 21 International Development Series being held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

This tournament is the pinnacle of Netball competitions for emerging players who are Under 21 years of age and will increase the likelihood of qualifying in the region for the Netball World Youth Cup 2021.

The Tournament will take place from July 23rd to 25th 2018 at Coral Springs High School. Bermuda will take on the likes of USA and Canada in this Series, which will consist of 4 games over the 3 day period, with 2 games being played per day.

The team will depart Saturday July 21st returning Thursday July 26th.

Bermuda Team

Amali Smith – Captain
Debre Evans – Vice Captain
Chrysda Smith
Kaamilah Nasir
Kaylee Lema
Maya Sanders
Micah Pond
Nabiilah Nasir
Selah Tuzo
Tia Burrows
Zakiyah Durham
Zariah Amory
Kimale Evans – Head Coach
Anthony Mouchette – Assistant Coach
Friday, July 06, 2018
BNA Make Three Announcements

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The Bermuda Netball Association recently held their AGM, the appointment of the following individuals who joined as Council Member for the 2018-2019 Season include:

o Chanae Burgess
o Dominique Richardson
o Khianda Pearman-Watson
o Malikah Furqan
o Dione Dowling
o Bismillah Richardson

Meanwhile the Bermuda Under 21 National Netball Team will be participating in the USA Netball U21 International Development Series in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from July 21st to 26th.

This tournament is the pinnacle of Netball competitions for emerging players who are Under 21 years of age. This preparation will increase our likelihood of qualifying in our region.

And finally BNA representative/player Danielle Raynor is currently in Ghana, along with veteran coach and player Merle Parfitt, teaching the game of netball and serving within the community with the ACE It Foundation.

The Ace It Foundation (AIF) is a registered NGO in Ghana, co-founded by Bermudian Quinton Sherlock Jr and Nicolo Catto. Their mission is to empower young people in Ghana through Education and Sports.
Tuesday, July 03, 2018
BNA Summer League Concludes

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The Bermuda Netball Association’s Summer League season came to an end with the Mix Up Switch Up Tournament at the Bernard Park.

The BAC Women in Blue were crowned the Tournament Champions as well as the League Champions.

The Under 19 team used the Summer League for training purposes as they will be travelling in 3 weeks. They are not a part of the standings.

Mix Up Switch Up Tournament saw teams required to have 2 men on the court at all times, teams featured the likes of Te’Jour Riley and Idris Sharieff.

Mix Up Switch Up Tournament Results

BHB Angels 10 New Kids on the Court 0
BAC Women in Blue 9 PHC 4
Under 19 Team 5 BAC Women in Blue 8
Under 16 Team 8 BHB Angels 3
PHC 7 New Kids on the Court 2
BAC Women in Blue 13 BHB Angels 3
Under 19 Team 3 PHC 4
Under 16 Team 6 PHC 7
BHB Angels 0 PHC 7
BAC Women in Blue 13 PHC 4
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Not Funny Any More at Bernard Park

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Not for the first time has the Netball Courts at the Bernard Park been the target of vandalism.

Debris was thrown onto the courts that were due to be played on just last evening and with the Bermuda Netball Association Annual General Meeting set to take place on Thursday, the vandalism is sure to be a topic of discussion.

Back on June 1st www.islandstats.com reported that vandals struck at the Netball Courts at Bernard Park yet again.

The facility that was full of life just the day before with three matches played in the Summer League Season, but when the sun rose it was discovered that parts of both courts have been left splashed and smeared with paint.

President of the Bermuda Netball Association Kimale Evans said, This is really frustrating as we are the number one sport in Bermuda for female and we want to give them a place of pride, but to have someone do this is very upsetting.”

 
 
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