Kingsway Power and Oldham win U15 and U17 National Clubs Cup

U17 winners Oldham. Photo credit: Morgan Harlow

Kingsway Power and Oldham have been crowned champions in the U15 and U17 National Clubs Cup respectively.

U15 winners Kingsway Power (credit: Morgan Harlow)

Following three successful tri-regional events held between December 2021 and February 2022, the three winners from each age group (3 x U15 and 3 x U17) competed at the Copper Box Arena on Sunday 5 June.

In the U15 competition, Kingsway Power (North West winners) started their campaign with a closely fought 20-22 victory over Teignbridge Titans (South winners).

Roared on by family and friends in the crowd, they then made it two from two with a 25-16 win against Turnford (Midlands winners).

There was nothing to separate Teignbridge Titans and Turnford on the Vitality Netball Superleague show court as they played out a 24-24 draw.

In the U17 competition, Oldham (North West winners) overcame Eagles (South winners) 19-22 in their opening game.

They then delivered a dominant display against Charnwood Rutland (Midlands winners), securing a 25-13 win, to take the title.

Eagles dispatched Charnwood Rutland 16-23 to round off the competition.

After a challenging 18 months of disruption to the 2020/21 season, it was fantastic to see athletes who missed out on the U14 and U16 National Clubs competition compete as a team.

U15 Full Results

Teignbridge Titans 20-22 Kingsway Power

Kingsway Power 25-16 Turnford

Turnford 24-24 Teignbridge Titans

1st: Kingsway Power

2nd: Teignbridge Titans

3rd: Turnford

U17 Full Results

Eagles 19-22 Oldham

Oldham 25-13 Charnwood Rutland

Charnwood Rutland 16-23 Eagles

1st: Oldham

2nd: Eagles

3rd: Charnwood Rutland

Congratulations to all of the clubs that made it through to the finals day and a big thank you to all the players, coaches, parents, officials, volunteers and EN staff for a brilliant competition.

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