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!!
Welcome back ladies.
Who can't wait to get back on court?? MEEEEEE.
Training starts again Wednesday 29th August.
The committee have bought some very exciting new equipment which we will be using first session back in a well liked CIRCUITS.
Two teams again this year, new faces to the club, old faces back, new committee members.
Happy Season 2018 Everyone.
11 Pewsey ladies played in a fun versatility tournament in Devizes in order to say goodbye to a lady who has umpired/coached Devizes teams for years. She even taught our coach netball at the age of 8!
The sun was shining, drinks flowing, picnic blankets out and a really fun day (despite a few weirdly shaped sun tans/burns the next day).
We came 10th out of 14th and didn't win any raffle prizes (not even any alcohol)!!
Onwards and upwards.
Becky and Sinem are organising a Charity Tournament of our own so EYES PEELED for news.
Pewsey Black team face three hard games coming up which could determine if they get promoted or not.
Thursday 19th April -Pewsey Blacks vs Chippenham 3 - 8.30pm
Tuesday 1st May -Pewsey Blacks vs Frome 8.30pm
Thursday 24th May - Pewsey Blacks vs Devizes time TBC
Tuesday 24th April - Pewsey Reds vs Westbury Wolves 8.30pm
Tuesday 1st May - Pewsey Reds vs Frome Diamonds 8.30pm
We could really do with any support you can give. It makes such a difference to the team.
Please come and support your local team in Devizes (Leisure Centre)
Thursday 25th January 2018
Blacks win 43-22 against Holt Gold
POM Sophie Hobbs
Reds win 26-23 against Chippenham 5
POM Sydney Short
WELL DONE GIRLS
PEWSEY BLACK TEAM faced an undefeated Westbury
On a cold Tuesday in January, Pewsey Blacks faced Westbury Wildcats who were top of the league, undefeated in 6 games. Apprehensive and missing Sophie Hobbs, C we fought hard from the start.
Lauren Cook and Elaine Haines started the shooting off incredibly against tight defence.
The defensive triplet of Hannah Daw, Suzie Samuels and Alice Nutland were back together again causing Westbury stress and forcing into their shooters.
Rachel Crossey and Becky Salmon working well together in the C court helped the ball get into our shooters with ease, then Sinem Zelzele into GS easing the shots through the hoop.
Beating Westbury 37-17, preventing them from a point.
Well done to all of them team and Suzie Samuels for POM!
Pewsey Reds started the January with injuries!
Monica Ford injured whilst playing tennis, Jodie Cannings injuring her knee and Sarah Mills not being able to stand!
Despite these January injuries and illness throughout the team they pulled together and made a squad to go out and face Devizes!
The team fought hard whilst mostly out of position! Penny Newcombe getting injured in the first quarter saw Jodie go on injured into GK (usually a C) and have a cracking game.
They fought hard with a sad loss of 47-26.
Thank you for all the support on the side line!
Well done to our youngest member who was on fire as GA Sydney Short.
NEXT GAME THURSDAY 18TH 7.15 VS WESSEX
Pewsey Netball Club are at it again this time with a superhero twist. For one night only we were Pewsey Vale Netball superheroes. we had a wheelbarrow decorated like a batmobile, all handcrafted by our very own team members (and a helping hand of a jigsaw). This time Pewsey Netball Club raced around the village with our batmobile drinking beer from the local pubs. It's safe to say that our Netball super powers helped us along the way as we managed to bag 8th place out of over 160 teams.