Wisbech Grammar School’s netball side claim bragging rights over King’s Ely

11:11 11 February 2014

Second team player Hettie West making a shoulder pass. Picture: TIM CHAPMAN

Second team player Hettie West making a shoulder pass. Picture: TIM CHAPMAN

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Wisbech Grammar School’s netball first team claimed derby bragging rights with a 33-22 win at King’s Ely on Saturday.

But the seconds and thirds experienced defeat - the seconds lost 27-10 to King’s Ely II and the thirds lost 18-9 to King’s Ely III.

Head of netball Sam Goodier said: “The first team played extremely well and put everything we had done in training into the match. “They showed great team work and have gained a lot of confidence from this performance.”

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