Chaos caused as A team win silverware

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On Saturday 9th March 2019, ten under 16 netball teams from across Pembrokeshire gathered at Pembrokeshire College in Haverfordwest, competing to become the Pembrokeshire U16 Champions 2019 and in doing so receive the Winners' Shield.

Teams from; Haverfordwest, Fishguard, Milford Haven, Narberth, Pembroke, St. Davids and Tenby played each other in fast and furious matches in trying to reach the final.  Both 'Narberth Red' and 'Narberth Black' reached the semi-finals but were closely beaten by Tenby 'Sapphires Black' (Runners Up) and Haverfordwest's Chaos 'A Team' (Winners). 

Both finalists will be competing in the West Wales tournament at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, in Carmarthen on Sunday 24th March, for a position in the National Finals to be held in Cardiff in April.

Further success in the local round of the Welsh national Netball Club Championships

Well done to all U16 teams from Years 9, 10 and 11 who competed in the Pembrokeshire round of the Welsh National Netball Club Championships.  Pictured are Chaos 16s 'A Team';  Ashley Lewis, Daisy Buck, Keeley Gregory, Sonia Czompel, Hannah Pratt, Carys Jones, Izzy Haggar, Amelia Palmer, Hannah Williams, Molly Pratt and Chaos U16s 'B Team'; Kate Colwill, Ella Rees, Caitlyn Harrold, Lucy Harffey, Louise Butler, Niamh Curtis, Hannah Rees.

Adult League netball and Junior League netball are very popular in Pembrokeshire and Walking Netball is an up and coming sport for the able-bodied, not so able, young and old.  Also, netball introduction courses for younger players are planned to be run in the Summer of 2019 at a venue in Pembrokeshire.   Anyone interested in joining in can email: for more information.

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