BNA Senior League & BSSF Primary School Development
The Phoenix Heat defeated the North Village Lady Rams in Bermuda Netball Association Senior League action at Bernard’s Park.
Danielle Raynor led the Phoenix Heat with 39 goals, while Ebonie Cox added 6 goals, the Best Attacker was Dominique Richardson, Kiante Lightbourne was named the Best Defender, with K'Xiyae Gibbons was named the MVP.
Darrika Simons scored 16 goals for the North Village Lady Rams, Michelle Romaine added 8 goals, Corriah Simmons scored 5 times and Jada Richards scored once. Akeyla Furbert was named the Best Attacker, Hayley Francis Cann was named the Best Defender, and Quinnae Outerbridge was the team's MVP.
BSSF Primary School Development Tournament
The Bermuda School Sports Federation hosted a Development Tournament for Primary School Girls at Bernard’s Park.
Several Primary Schools from across the island took the opportunity to allow their students to be involved in organized Netball matches.
Saturday, November 25, 2023
BNA Youth & Senior Division Round-Up
Bermuda Netball Association action resumed at the Bernard’s Park with matches taking place in all for Divisions.
Under 11 Division
The NPS Hot Steppers Best Attacker was Gabrielle Babon, while the Best Defender was Shavion Tanner and their MVP was Tamirra Richardson.
The Phoenix Sparks Best Attacker was Azariah Scott, the Best Defender was Elan Samuels, with Kenzi McCrary named as the MVP.
Dandy Stars Best Attacker and MVP was Catelaya McCallan, with Ra'mya Robinson named the Best Defender.
The Storm Best Attacker was Eliana Trott, while the Best Defender was Avery Paiva-Lowe, and the MVP was Savanah Hayward.
Under 14 Division
The Rangers defeated the Storm Thunder 21 – 4, E'rynn Paynter led the Rangers with 20 goals, Cindy Darrell added a goal, Jade Simons was named the Best Attacker, the Best Defender was Aniyah Ming, with Ja'Miyah Johnston named the MVP. Storm Thunder Best Attacker Hailey Odouri scored all 4 goals, the Best Defender was Priya Dill, with Nala Richardson named the MVP.
The Phoenix Embers defeated the North Village Lady Rams 23 – 0, Amerah Richardson-Swan the Phoenix Best Attack led the team with 8 goals, Callia Joell added 7 goals, with Za'Ryah Holman, and Zyari Lawrence both scored 3 goals, while Best defender Kree Holdipp scored 2 goals, and Shiloh Simmons was named the teams MVP. Xen Bourne was the North Village Lady Rams Best Attacker, while the Best Defender was Anya Burns and the MVP was Kse Jennings.
Under 17 Division
The Storm and Phoenix Fire battled to a 29 – 29 draw, Best Attacker Rihanna Reddicks led the Storm with 15 goals, Jaelyn Rewan-Lambert added 7 goals, while Jamir Hatherly scored 5 goals, and Jazya Brimmer-Peets added 2 goals, Sa’Ray Beach was the Best Defender, and Rayna Abbott was named the MVP. Kammie Mills scored 10 goals to lead the Phoenix Fire, Mahkaylie Smith chipped in with 9 goals, Best Attacker Hailey Trott added 8 goals and Sydney Santos scored twice. Uni Simmons was the Best Defender, and Sanaa Grant was the MVP.
The match between the North Village Lady Rams, and Dandy Stars ended 43 – 43. Best Attacker Ra'eesah Robinson led the North Village Lady Rams with 25 goals, J'Zari Zuill-Dillas added 18 goals. Zipporah Grant was named the best Defender, with J'Zari Zuill-Dillas named the MVP. MVP for the Dandy Stars Sioma Rudo led them in scoring with 33 goals, Moriah Bridgewater added 10 goals, Chiaje Rudo was named the best Attacker, while Zen Joseph was named the Best Defender.
The Tigers defeated St. George’s 39 – 19, Jahkenya Trott led the Tigers to victory with 23 goals, Jahtuere Trott added 16 goals, Kaylee Lima was named the Best Attacker, the Best Defender was Jordyn Ming and the MVP was Diara Benjamin. St. George’s were led in scoring by MVP NikitaTrott who had 12 goals, Amali Powell added 5 goals, Best Defender Sonja Townsend scored twice with Hailey Smith was the Best Attacker.
The Storm defeated the Docksiders 60 – 10, Best Attacker Rihann Reddicks led the Storm with 47 goals, Zakiyah Durham added 8, goals, and Nabiilah Nasir scored 5 goals. Olivia Bugg led the Docksiders with 4 goals, Best Attacker Alicia Charm, and MVP Georgia Small both scored 3 goals each, with Charlotte Donnelly named the Best Defender.
Wednesday, November 22, 2023
CedarBridge Academy Crowned BSSF Senior Champions
Updated with Pictures - CedarBridge Academy defeated The Berkeley Institute Gold 16 - 9 to win the Bermuda School Sports Federation’s 2023 Senior School Netball Tournament at Bernard Park.
Both teams exchanged goals early in the match with CedarBridge taking a slim 8 - 7 lead into the halftime break. The Devonshire school pulled away early in the second half and Berkeley couldn’t find the rhythm to get back in the match.
Rihanna Reddicks led CedarBridge Academy with 12 goals, Sydney Santos added 3 with Jamir Hatherley added the final goal. Berkeley was led by Makayle’ Smith with 5 goals and Jaelun Rewan-Lambert with 4 goals.
It was a battle of Berkeley teams in the Semi-Finals with the Gold team overcoming the Green team 13 - 8. Rewan-Lambert led the Gold team with 6 six goals. Smith and Anisa Seon scored 4 and 3 respectively for the winners. The Green team got 5 goals from Kammie Smith and 4 from Sioma Rudo.
CedarBridge overcame Somersfield Academy 21 - 4 in the other Semi-Final. It was a one-woman show for CedarBridge with Reddicks scoring all 21 goals for the eventual Champions. All four Somersfield Academy goals came from Kennedy Kawalski.
Berkeley Green – 19 BHS Blue – 0
Somersfield Blue – 6 Saltus Red – 1
CedarBridge Academy – 17 BHS Blue – 0
Berkeley Green – 10 Saltus Red – 5
CedarBridge Academy – 14 Somersfield Blue – 5
Saltus Red – 7 BHS Blue – 2
Berkeley Green – 12 Somersfield Blue – 8
CedarBridge Academy – 17 Saltus Red – 1
Somersfield Blue – 7 BHS Blue – 3
CedarBridge Academy – 13 Berkeley Green – 7
Saltus White – 12 Somersfield Green – 6
Berkeley Gold – 14 BHS Gold – 3
Somersfield Gold – 7 Warwick Academy – 5
Berkeley Gold – 14 Saltus White – 6
Warwick Academy – 12 BHS Gold – 3
Berkeley Gold – 13 Somersfield Gold – 5
Saltus White – 6 BHS Gold – 2
Berkeley Gold – 12 Warwick Academy – 2
Somersfield Gold – 15 BHS Gold – 6
Warwick Academy – 6 Saltus White – 5
Berkeley Gold – 13 Berkeley Green – 8
CedarBridge Academy – 21 Somersfield Academy Green – 4
CedarBridge Academy – 16 Berkeley Gold – 9
Tuesday, November 21, 2023
BNA Senior League Double-Geader Round-UP
The Bermuda Netball Association’s Senior League make-up games took place at Bernard’s Park.
The North Village Lady Rams defeated St. George’s 36 – 27.
Best Attacker Darrika Simons led North Village to victory with 23 goals Coriah Simmons added 10 goals and Jada Richards scored 3 goals. Quinnae Outerbridge was named the North Village Lady Rams' Best Defender, with Hayley Francis-Cann named the MVP.
Kristin Holman scored 11 goals for St. George’s, Best Attacker Amali Powell, and Sonja Townsend both added 6 goals each, and Janaya Caines scored 4 times. Sarafina Woolridge-Burns was the St. George’s Best Defender, with Jasmaine Adams named the MVP.
The Tigers then defeated the Storm 32 – 27.
Jahtuere Trott led the Tigers to victory with 26 goals, while Jahkenya Trott added 6 goals. Kaylee Lema was named the Tigers Best Attacker, Demiqua Daniels was the best Defender, and Diara Benjamin was named the team's MVP.
Nabillah Nasir led the Storm with 12 goals, Best Attacker Zakiyah Durham added 8 goals, and Amara Richards scored 6 goals. Debre' Evans was the team's Best Defender and MVP.
Saturday, November 11, 2023
2023/24 Netball Season Finally Underway
After back-to-back weekends of matches being rained out, the Bermuda Netball Association’s League season got underway at Bernard’s Park.
Under 11 Division
The North Village Lady Rams took on Dandy Stars in the opener, the North Village's Best Attacker was Davi Wade, and their Best Defender & MVP was Ariah Tucker, while Olivia Darrell was voted the Best Attacker & MVP for the Dandy Stars, while the Best Defender was Ra'Maya Robinson.
The Storm and the Phoenix Sparks then took to the court. The Storm's Best Attacker & MVP was Sariah Grant, while the Phoenix Sparks' Best Attacker was Lyon Simons, the Best Defender was A'mariss Dyer, and the MVP was Kenzie McCrary.
Under 14 Division
The Storm Lightning defeated the Storm Thunder 31 – 6, Lightning Best Attacker Malaysia Furbert and Naomi Crofton both scored 12 goals, Ameerah Outerbridge added 6 goals, and MVP Day'asha Dill scored once, Jaylah Ible was named Best Defender. The Thunder got 2 goals from Eliyah Trott, and Journee Belboda, with Sah-Quirity Warner, and S. Grant both adding a goal each. Nala Richardson was the Best Attacker, while Amirah Trott was named the Best Defender and MVP.
Rangers defeated North Village Lady Rams 23 – 4. MVP E'Rynn Paynter led the Rangers in scoring with 18 goals, with Cindy Darrell chipping in with 5 goals, Jade Simons was the Best Attacker, while Ja’miyah Johnston was the Best Defender. The North Village Lady Rams got 2 goals from Dani Brown, and Best Attacker Jazmyn Sutton, Kiera Trott was named the Best Defender, while Kse Jennings was the MVP.
Under 17 Division
The Storm defeated the Dandy Stars 44 – 30, Jaelyn Rewan-Lambert led the Storm to victory with 30 goals, Jazya Brimmer-Peets chipped in with 11 goals, while MVP Jamir Hatherley added 3 goals, Jaiden Durrant was the Best Attacker, and Sa’Ray Beach was the Best Defender. Moriah Bridgewater scored 19 goals for the Dandy Stars, MVP & Best Attacker Sioma Rudo added 11 goals, and Te’Meira Rutherford was the Best Defender.
The Phoenix Fire defeated the North Village Lady Rams 38 – 25. Best Attacker & MVP Hailey Trott would lead the Phoenix fire with 18 goals, both Kammie Mills and Mahkaylie Smith scored 10 goals each, with Kylie Smith named the Best Defender. Akina Williams scored 15 goals for the North Village Lady Rams, who also got 5 goals apiece from Ra'eesah Robinson and Jzari Zuill-Dillas. Taliah Wade was named the Best Attacker and MVP, and Tanah Edwards was named the Best Defender.
The Tigers defeated the Docksiders 52 – 18. MVP Jahkenya Trott would score 28 goals to lead the Tigers to victory, Jahtuere Trott added 15 goals, while Diarra Christopher scored 5 goals, and D'onnisha Gardener scored 4. Diarra Christopher was the Best Defender, and Jordyn Ming was the Best Attacker. Naomi Szmierek scored 11 goals for Docksiders, Charlie Evans added 4 goals, and Stephanie Hawkes scored 3 goals. The Best Attacker was Ciara Izuchukwu, the Best Defender was Charlotte Evans, and the MVP was Ruth Ellen.