Skiddy Francis- Crick(right) gets her umpteenth award from Director of Physical Education and Sports- Nelson Hillocks
June 14, 2019
Skiddy Francis – Crick still most accurate shooter

Evergreen goal shooter Skiddy Francis–Crick, was again the most accurate in the circle, in the 2019 FLOW National Netball Club tournament.

Francis-Crick, representing Metrocint General Insurance Maple, finished with an accuracy of 91.55 percent.


Most Improved Player- Sarah Hadaway accepts her reward from Nelson Hillocks

This year marks Francis-Crick’s 33rd year as a member of the 68-year-old Maple Club.

Copping another accolade for Metrocint General Insurance Maple was Suzette Jordan-Edwards, who claimed the best defending senior player trophy.

Monelle Lavia of Combined Schools, was named as the best mid-court junior player, with Chaunte Williams, also of Combined Schools, adjudged the best attacking junior player.

Adjudged the most improved player was Sarah Hadaway of SVG General Services Strikers, with Bethel High School Division three outfit, the most improved team.

Sion Hill Junior Netball Team, winners of the league and knock-out titles in the Sonja Lewis Division four, was rewarded for being the most disciplined team among the four divisions.

And, joining in those acknowledged for their performance throughout the tournament, were the Most Valuable Player of each of the 32 teams stashed across the four divisions.


Suzette Jordan – Edwards (right) gets her trophy from Nelson Hillocks