ABN maintain their fine form

NO TEAM impressed more on the newly-cleaned courts last week in the Specsavers netball Leagues more than ABN Amro.

Heritage Hawks GA Steph Batiste goes up for a high ball against Nerine E. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1302081)
Heritage Hawks GA Steph Batiste goes up for a high ball against Nerine E. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1302081)

NO TEAM impressed more on the newly-cleaned courts last week in the Specsavers netball Leagues more than ABN Amro.

For a long time this winter the side have struggled at the foot of the Division One table, but they have been in fine form of late and this time it was Intertrust One, a team that promises a lot, who felt their force.

Intertrust have yet to gel, but young Chloe Truffitt is someone to watch out for.

Her court play is very good and she is no mean shooter, a position that Intertrust could use her more in partnership with Laura Callaway.

For ABN, Cassie Le Page and Emma Niles ran a tight defence, Emma Bougourd and Becky Rowe shone in the centre court and Kirsty Young and Amy Vaudin were in form at the shooting end.

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