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An Phu Primary Netball Win versus AIS

01 April 2015

On Wednesday 18th March the BIS netball squad played AIS in a netball match, and we won 4-0 even though the first goal scored was in the second quarter by BIS. Our goals were scored by Emily Marshall, Lulu Evans and Ela Walsh. Our best players over all were Emily Marshall, Gemma Handscombe and Khai Segal, but we all played really well. The way BIS played was really good - bang, bang, bang, shoot. It was the best we have ever played.

AIS were also really good as they always had us confused because they would keep moving, and they were really good at attacking. At the end of the match we shook hands and we all had great fun. Well done to both teams.

Ela Walsh, Year 6 Student