Cranbrook netball teams all set for start of new league campaign

PUBLISHED: 09:40 30 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:40 30 August 2018

Netball action from the 2018 Cranbrook Netball Festival Picture TIPHAINE MARTIN

Netball action from the 2018 Cranbrook Netball Festival Picture TIPHAINE MARTIN


Cranbrook Arrows took a break over the summer holidays for a well-deserved rest.

Now, though, both the club’s teams are back in training and raring to go as the start date for a new Honiton Winter League draws near.

The league, which currently comprises 24 teams playing across three divisions, plays its matches on a Monday night using both the Honiton Leisure Centre and the Colyton Leisure Centre.

This coming season both Cranbrook Black and White Arrow teams will compete in the same division,which sets up a couple of mouth-watering ‘in-house’ derby matches!

Cranbrook Black Arrows begin their challenge with a Monday, September 3, match against one of the new teams to join the league, SNC Kites.

White Arrows, who will be competing in the Winter League for the first time having spent the Summer League campaign establishing themslves as a team, start their campaign the week after with a Monday, September 10, match against Tornadoes.

Cranbrook Arrows are very grateful for sponsorship from 1st Choice Finishes.

The club train on Wednesday evenings, 8-9pm, at Cranbrook Education Campus.

For more information and indeed to make contact with the club, follow them on their Facebook page.

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