Leilani Haddock, who was a member of the Foundation team last year, makes a steal for The St Michael School. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)
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Christ Church Foundation School’s netballers went to Martindale’s Road on Thursday and tamed The St Michael’s School (SMS) Cougars 34-27, and remained unbeaten in the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Under-19 League.
Foundation led in all quarters (10-6, 20-14, 25-22, 34-27), with junior Barbados player Chiara Chase leading the hunt with 21 goals from 30 shots.
Barbados’ senior team goal attack Brianna Holder added 13 from 20.
Vivica Addison countered well for the Cougars; she scored 12 of 20, while Kellisa Kelly came off of the bench to sink eight of 14. Kelly replaced Tower Lorde in the goal shooter position although Lordehad scored seven goals from nine shots. Lorde was switched to the defence circle to slow the Beacons’ attack.
Leilani Haddock, who was a Beacon last school term, played a tremendous centre court for Cougars by making numerous steals. She was also involved win an unfortunate collision with former teammate Quantya Rudder, who had to leave the game in the second quarter with a bloody nose. (KAB)
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