Pewsey have been continuing their success so far. Currently Pewsey Blacks have a huge goal difference of 43 goals, the largest in the division. Next week they face Frome Diamonds. Pewsey Reds are currently sitting joint top of the table and face Devizes Ospreys next. Follow the links below to keep up to date with the tables.
Division 1: http://www.clubleague.co.uk/Public/Portal/ViewDivision.aspx?cid=1221&did=7323
Division 4: http://www.clubleague.co.uk/Public/Portal/ViewDivision.aspx?cid=1221&did=7326
Pewsey have had a great start to the 2019/20 season.
Thursday 26th Sept
Blacks vs Corsham 2 win 59-14 POM Lauren
Reds vs Chippenham 7 loss 12-58 POM Kala
Thursday 3rd Oct
Blacks vs WC Smashers loss 29-27 POM Jenna
Reds vs Westbury Wolves win 28-10 POM Alice
We even made it into the Gazette and Herald!
Carnival is a big thing in Pewsey: wine race, beer race and the main procession. This year 4 girls from Game Of Throws netball team in Manchester who we play against in Spain also joined us. While they were down we took the opportunity to organise Pewsey Whites first game on Saturday morning. A brilliant game with a close final score of 16-12 to G.O.T with Scarlet getting POM.
Wine race was last weekend and saw us dressing up as Calendar girls with a netball twist. Tied together in teams of 3 or 4 you make your way around Pewsey drinking wine at each stop. We made it around in one piece minus Elaine's shoe! Beer race was next which involved decorating our wheelbarrow. Women In Sport was our theme for Beer race and Carnival with everyone taking a different sport. Sadly we have to wait until next year to do it all again, but no doubt they'll be another excuse soon enough for more fancy dress!
I hope you have all had an enjoyable summer. Just a reminder...tomorrow is our first netball session back, meeting at St Francis 7.30-9pm. I look forward to seeing you all there. As well as welcoming some new faces, Trudie our new coach will be joining us from tomorrow.
Wednesday 21st August will be a pre-season session, a good chance to get back into it, catch up and welcome new faces.
This year Pewsey Netball will be running Squad Selection for the first time.
We will have 2 squad selection dates, 28th August and 4th September. An external coach has been invited to assist with this process. She will advise on who she believes is suited to Division 1 play, Division 4 play and who needs a bit more time before playing competitively. The sessions will be informal and everyone will get the chance to play. Prior to the sessions everyone will be given the opportunity to put themselves forward for 2 or 3 preferred positions.
Players will be spoken to individually once a decision has been made. If someone is suited to Division 1 then they will have the option to play in Division 1, Division 4 or they may choose not to play competitively. If someone is suited to Division 4 they will have the option to play in Division 4 or they may choose not to play competitively. Those players who it is felt are not quite ready for Division 4 will be given the opportunity to develop further through training and organised friendly matches.
Please do attend both sessions if possible. If you are unable to attend either of the dates these players will be ‘squad selected’ on an individual basis at a further training session. They will definitely still be considered.
If you are new to Pewsey Netball Club please get in touch, either via email or the contact form. Let us know which dates you can attend and your preferred positions if you know! Any questions at all please get in touch. I really want to stress this isn’t something to worry about.
SUMMER LEAGUE IS BACK
After a fab season for both reds and blacks. We are into the Moonraker versatility league in Devizes.
These are the two teams and fixtures below.
We start next week. Click link below for fixtures.
Good luck everyone
As the sunshine has come out this weekend it's a good time to tell you all about the summer fete.
A netball tournament mixed with stalls/ bbq/ drinks/ music/ raffle and much more.
What more could you want??
Saturday 18th May 10.15am.
Come along and support the local club !!
See you there....
We are very excited by our first Netball open day. The day will give anyone a chance to come along and try out their netball skills whether they are a complete beginner or they are an experienced player looking for a new team!
The Open day is being held at St Francis school, 11am until 2pm. Anyone over the age of 16 is welcome to join us.
Pewsey Netball team will be there to play some games and do some fun drills with you.
Hope to see you there!
Members of the club dolled themselves up in 1920's glamour for a night out in Marlborough at the Burbage Cricket Club's Peaky Blinders Ball.
It was a fantastic event and I think it's safe to say there were a few sore heads (and feet!) on Sunday morning.
The girls were disappointed however that there was no special appearance from Thomas Shelby himself...
Pewsey Blacks have had a rocky start to the season being promoted from division 2 up to 1 and loosing all of the defence.
Suzie Samuels - congratulations on the birth of your new baby girl.
Hanna Daw - congratulations on your second pregnancy.
Alice Nutland - we wish you all the best in your future achievements.
After a reshuffle and bringing Sara Mills up to GK, coach Becka into GD and bringing Sinem from GA/GS to WD. The team have started well but face some tough teams!
They currently sit 7th in the table.
Pewsey Reds have had a solid start to their only second season! They have had some tough games - few movements around within the team.
Captain Lesley and Vice Kim have led this team out strongly and hopefully pushing up the table into the latter part of the season!
GOOD LUCK TO ALL THE GIRLS FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON!!