Morgan switch makes the difference in Correze win
In the Market Harborough Netball League, Division Two was played as planned althought protective measures were taken.
Club Correze took on Knighton in a fast-paced, skilled 60 minutes of play.
Knighton were strong from both ends of the court, sharp-shooter Tiffany Frost and fearless defender Charlotte Bateson impressing.
Club Correze led 22-19 at the break, when they moved Emily Morgan from wing defence to centre.
The switch was enough to tip the balance and allow Club Correze to gain a foothold on the second half of the game, winning 59-30.
Lutterworth Robins beat Foxton Flyers 54-41 in a lively contest.
Sharp-shooter Georgia Clarke was in top form while Flyers’ centre Lucy Crossley received the player of the match accolade from both opposition and scorers for her part in the match, as did Lutterworth’s Clarke.
Harborough Harriers were beaten 36-0 by Aircare Lightning, who had Hannah Forman and Emma Hadkiss in top scoring form.
Market Harborough Business Club took on the young MDH Falcons in the final game of the afternoon on court one.
Falcons stretched their lead to 20-17 by half time where changes in the Falcons camp arrived to accommodate their large squad.
Not so for Market Harborough Business Club who played with a squad of only seven.
MHBC led by the end of the third quarter but Falcons dug deep and in the final few seconds inched ahead by four goals, taking the win 38-42.
The final game on court two saw Siamo Sirens take on Welland Valley Blinders.
Both teams are relative newcomers the league, and home grown from Market Harborough Netball League Back to Netball Sessions.
Both teams exhibited grit and determination through the game, accompanied by capable ball handling skills and often impressive play.
Siamo Sirens had strength both ends of the court and took all but one match point.