Frome Hearts - Team 3 - Division 3

Selected team for the 2018/19 season are:

Laura Travis

Amy Cardwell

Amy George

Beth Lucas

Ellie Carter

Emma Guy

Freya Applegate

Jessica Taylor

Kiah Greenan (Vice Captain)

Lauren Keegan

Maddie Kerbey

Molly Mallon

Tracy Carter (Captain)

Vanessa Gaunt (Vice Captain)

Zena Harper

FROME MOONRAKER WINTER LEAGUE FIXTURES 2018/19            Frome Hearts

 

DATE

 

Vs

 

SCORE

 

POM

 

PP

Thurs 20 Sept

Corsham 3

 LOSS 43-15

 Jes.T

Amy.G 

Thurs 27 Sept

Chippenham 6

 WIN   37-30

Ness.G

 Emma.G

Thurs 4 Oct

Chippenham 5

 WIN   40-14

 Emma.G

Freya.A

Thurs 11 Oct

Westbury Wolves

 WIN   22-10

 Emma.G

Laura.T

Thurs 25 Oct

Wessex Blades

 LOSS 30-24

Emma.G 

 Maddy.K

Thurs 22 Nov

WS Smashers 2

 WIN 27-26

 Ness.G

Emma.G 

Tues 4 Dec

T N C 2

 WIN 32-26

 Jes T

Molly.M 

Tues 29 Jan

Devizes Kestrels

 

 

 

Thurs 7 Feb

Corsham 3

 

 

 

Thurs 14 Feb

Chippenham 6

 

 

 

Thurs 28 Feb

Chippenham 5

 

 

 

Tues 19 March

Wessex Blades

 

 

 

Thurs 25 April

Westbury Wolves

 

 

 

Tues 30 April

WS Smashers 2

 

 

 

Thurs 9 May

T N C 2

 

 

 

Thurs 23 May

Devizes Kestrels

 

 

 


Match Reports 201/19

Frome Hearts 32, TNC 2 26

The first quarter TNC came out strong in their defence in and around the D but Harper and Gaunt kept moving and managed to keep the score close, due to all players working hard throughout the court.

Going into the second quarter, Captain Tracy Carter made some changes to the team, putting Mallon at GD, Gibbs as WD, Greenan at WA and Kerbey at GS. Everyone gave it their all, and Hearts defence managed to get plenty of tips and interceptions which were converted to goals. Hearts played their own game and managed to deliver the ball down safely to the shooters.

Hearts remained in the same combination for the second half of the match, with the support of the squad and Diamond players on the side line, Hearts were given the final boost they needed to take a strong lead, the team continues to give it their all until the final whistle as TNC weren’t giving up without a fight.

Final score 26-32 , win for Hearts

Play of the match- Jes Taylor 

Players player- Molly Mallon

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Hearts 27, WS Smashers 26

Hearts started this match with six of the starting seven having only just come up from the Junior section and for some of them this was their first taste of league netball in Devizes. They competed well and went into the first quarter just trailing by the two goals 6-4.

Captain Tracey Carter made some changes bringing on a few of the established players but these new combinations took a while to gel and Smashers increased their league to 15-9. In cold conditions and with the court getting slippery Hearts had their best quarter of the match with Vanessa Gaunt moving to shooter, having played in defence previously and along with Amy Cardwell brought Hearts back to within one goal to trail 18-19. With Freya Applegate and Ellie Carter in defence gaining confidence, they started to overturn ball and convert these chances into attack led by Emma Guy who secured the Player's Player award. With Vanessa and Amy finding the net they just managed the secure the victory in the last minute having been four goals down at one point.

It was a very tense last quarter but cheered on by the whole team this was a great result for Hearts who are sponsored by Dennis Maps. Player of the Match went to Vanessa for her magnificent effort at both ends of the court.

Player of the match- Vanessa Gaunt

Players player- Emma Guy

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Hearts 40, Chippenham5 14 

The first quarter seemed to come easy to hearts, with shooters Ness and Amy playing on their top form. The shooting was faultless, constantly going in at every angle. The defence at the other end of the court held their own and battled to the very end, with Emma at C catching all the interceptions and Freya and Molly dragging the backup court. Hearts team were easily winning with 10-2 at the end of the first quarter and team morale was high. 

The second quarter saw hearts with more power and energy from every single player. Again, hearts were dominating; Jess and Freya were on fire in the defensive circle catching all the rebounds with perfect distances. Of course none of this happened without the beautiful skill from Laura (playing only her second game) bringing the ball down court every time! Again, hearts were scoring effortlessly and with a score of 21-7, seemed like a win was in sight. 

Third quarter showed some real skill from Hearts & the play by everyone was faultless. As a team, a very new one at best, we all seemed to play our hardest and the shooters again played amazing with Emma holding her player with perfect play. As a team, we were seeing the end and finished the quarter with an amazing 31-7. An entire quarter where Chippenham did not score a goal, great defence!

The final quarter showed its tiredness and Chippenham came back fighting. With our other members of Amy and Ellie at WA and GK, fresh new legs made others jobs easier and their play, again, was amazing. Ellie’s defence was perfect, with her distance right every time. Amy kept going until the end, dragging the ball down effortlessly. With new players on, we all gelled brilliantly and again kept a very large lead above Chippenham. With everyone’s amazing play through the entirety of the game, we secured a score finishing on 40-14. A score that meant the other team could not secure a point.

Player of the match: Emma Guy
Player’s player: Freya Applegate

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Hearts 37, Chippenham6 30

The second game of season for Frome Hearts with Coach Dawn on the sideline, seen Hearts take on the recently promoted Chippenham 6.

The newly formed Hearts team hit the ground running, with a strong first quarter. Laura Travis made her debut, with a new formed shooting circle of Ness and Amy. Laura at WA made some impressive passes into the D from the third line- getting the ball to the shooters who were well positioned in the circle, allowing them to put up some great shots. These shots allowed Hearts to take a 5-goal lead. 11-6

The second quarter saw Hearts enter the court with a great amount of confidence. This confidence however was met by a rearranged Chippenham team. Hearts had to work hard in defence to bring back some centre passes, Ellie and Freya both worked hard to turn over passes and shots in the D, resulting in a further 2 goal lead. 20-13

By the third quarter, Hearts had gelled well as a team. Passes were flowing up and down court, with many interceptions from Molly, resulting in multiple balls going down the court and resulting in even more a goals. 29-19

The final quarter came around fast, and the young Chippenham team worked hard to try and claw back some goals. Quick centre passes, movement and passes into goal by Emma ensured Chippenham were not going to gain too much ground. Final score 37-30

Player of the match: Vanessa Gaunt

Players player: Emma Guy

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20.09.18 Frome Hearts 15, Corsham3 43

With lots of new players from the Junior Squad and some other new members joining Hearts this season, this new team had not had much training before their first game on 20 September, in the Moonraker Netball League.  Playing in “weather warning” conditions and with a very experienced opposition team, Hearts knew this was going to be a tough game for them.

In the first quarter, Frome having won the toss started with a centre, but unfortunately soon lost it.  Even with some good interceptions from the defence of Molly (GD) and Jess (GK), Corsham 3 shots were mostly going in with the score being 10-4 to Corsham 3 at the end of the first quarter.

For the second quarter, the team stayed the same but rain made the court slippery and hard to play.  There was some great passes midcourt and into the circle from Emma (C) and Amy (WA), and some good shots from Ness and Maddie in the shooting circle, but, unfortunately Corsham 3’s expertise meant that they extended their lead.

With two new players coming on to play the 3rd quarter, we saw some great passing up the court by Ellie (GD) as well as Lauren (WD).  Beth who came on as GA and Ness (GS) did some good passes inside the circle to each other meaning Hearts got a few more goals.  Unfortunately, Beth injured her shoulder and was unable to come back on for the last quarter. 

The fourth quarter saw Maddie come back on as GA, Laura coming on as GD, who was able to send the ball out of the opponents circle and bring it up court. The rain and wind got worse and it was hard play for all players on court.  Even with players falling over, Hearts began to gel and play some good thinking netball.  Even with such a hard opposition, all of Hearts players gave it their all until the end.  Result was Hearts 15 and Corsham 3 43.

Player of the match: Jes Taylor

Player’s player: Amy George