Poole Winter League 2016

Well done to all the teams who took part in the Poole Junior League this season, a massive well done to all the Poole teams! We have some very proud coaches!
Poole Opals, U9 played their first ever matches in the U10 section getting them match practice ready for next season.

Poole Sapphires won the U10 League and also were undefeated in the U10 high five county tournament.

Poole Gems won the U11 league, not loosing any of their matches. They also won the U11 high five county tournament. The Gems played in the U12 section too and came 4th out of 8 teams.

Poole Rubies were winners of the U12 league not loosing any of their games.
They also played a year up and came runners up in the U13 section, fighting for second place right until the very last match!

Poole Crystals were winners of the U13 section not loosing any of their games. They also played a year up in the U14 section and did not loose any matches in this section so also took the winners trophy. They then went on to win the U14 versatility tournament undefeated!

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South West Regional League


A very proud day for Poole Netball Club.
Regional 1 won the South West League, Regional U14 won the South West League and Regional U13 finished runners up playing a year up in South West League.
Biggest Congratulations.
Special mention to the U13 girls who played through injury and illness – dedication and determination from all 7, fought it out to the end!

South West Regional League 1 2016

Poole A 56 vs Hucclecote 32
A Big Thank You  to Courtside Comments for covering the game.


 Table toppers Poole faced what Head Coach Hayley Peyman described as the first of the “Big Three” games that would define their season. The Dorset side went into this match with a fantastic 100% record of 13 played and 13 wins. This match against 3rd placed Hucclecote, themselves with only two defeats, one to Poole by a point and the other against Aquarians, will be followed by the big local derby against Aquarians next week before a clash with 4th placed Exeter. A slip today would open the door for both Hucclecote and Aquarians.