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Asco Netball Crystals clear

Asco Netball Crystals clear

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When it comes to the Ashburton Sporting and Cultural (ASCO) Netball Competition, you had better look far ahead. For the results will be crystal clear. {{more}}

That name turned up regularly at the awards ceremony when the curtains came down on the 2004 netball season. Crystals One took the A Division, and the Dennisford Foster trophy. They pushed the ladies from the constabulary into second place. The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police received the Gloria Ballantyne trophy, and Future Stars 1 earned the Amy Woods trophy having placed third.

In the B Division, it was again as clear as day with Crystal 2 taking the first spot. They received the Agatha Matthews trophy. Ultratek took the second spot and received the Merle Gibson trophy, while Vets Sports Club took the Constance and Co. trophy having placed third.

The Crystals teams also won their Knock out versions, and Crystal 1’s Veronica Lynch was adjudged Player of the tournament.

The other big winner in the competition was M’Pesco which won the KQ Division. M’Pesco was also in winner’s row with the Knock out title in their Division.

They took home the Christina Williams trophy for the Knock out and the Diane charles in the League. Future Stars 4 and 5 in the League trailed them.

Individual awards went out to M’Pesco’s Afecia James who had the most goals in her Division, as well as Future Stars 2’s Maureen Cato, in the B Division and Crystals’ Juliet Williams in the A Division.

Julia Cumberbatch from Future Stars 1 was the best defensive Player, and Mischa Williams from Crystal 2 was the Best Centre Court Player.

The Josephs were also on the awards list. Joyla, the youngest Player, and Jayla Most promising Junior player.

Crystals 2 was the Most disciplined team while Bop Clinchers had the Best banner and won the Best dressed competition.