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Welcome to Cambridge University Ladies' Netball Club! My name is Chloe and I’m Club Captain for the 2017/18 season. 

This year we will be selecting the 1st, 2nd and 3rd team at the beginning of the 2017 season, and we are on the lookout for new netballing talent to join our existing club members. We have players whose experience range from playing school Netball to playing Superleague, so we encourage players of all standards to come along to pre-season and trials.

Preseason will begin on Monday 25th September until Sunday 1st October and will be hosted at Cambridge University Sports Centre. The week will include three netball training sessions and fitness to help everyone get back into the swing of things! A completed timetable including timings will be uploaded onto the website in due cause. 

Trials will be held the following week on Friday 6th October 4-6pm, make sure you register by emailing captain@culnc.org with your Name, College, Netball experience and 1st and 2nd choice positions. 

For those interested in our summer fitness plan please see the news article below on the website where you will be linked to a dropbox. There is a fitness plan attached spanning 6 weeks that should prepare you nicely for preseason and hopefully the season ahead!

We love to hear from anyone that is interested in joining CULNC so feel free to send me an email, and I look forward to meeting you soon! 

Chloe Merrell

CULNC Club Captain 2017/18

captain@culnc.org or cjm227@cam.ac.uk

3rd Team Varsity Trials!

Fancy joining CULNC for this years Varsity Match against Oxford? Look no further! CULNC are holding trials for a 3rd team on Sunday 18th January from 10am to 12pm at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre. Don't miss out! 

 

CULNC take on FORTITUDE FITNESS!

As the end of the first week of preseason training after the Christmas holidays (and all those mince pies!), CULNC travelled to the Fortitude Fitness Centre (http://www.fortitudefitnesscentre.co.uk) to try our luck at the intense obstacle course! Needless to say, some of us are still trying to clean off the mud! 

 

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2013-14 Results

2013-2014 Season's Results:

 

Blues

Date Result Score

16th Oct

23rd Oct

30th Oct

06th Nov

13th Nov

20th Nov

29th Nov

04th Dec

29th Jan

05th Feb

12th Feb

19th Feb

26th Feb

5th Mar

12th Mar

Won

Won

Won

Won

Lost

Won

Won

Won

Won

Lost

Won

Won

Won

Won

Won

41-14

35-32

36-30

85-09

46-27

57-25

78-11

58-28

37-27

40-33

38-23

61-30

49-36

30-29

28-20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jays

Date Result Score

16th Oct

23rd Oct

30th Oct

06th Nov

13th Nov

20th Nov

27th Nov

04th Dec

22nd Jan

29th Jan

05th Feb

12th Feb

05th Mar

Lost

Lost

Lost

Won

Won

Lost

Won

Lost

Lost

Lost

Lost

Lost

Lost

41-30

41-27

58-36

62-14

40-32

67-32

52-41

36-28

39-33

47-29

38-36

35-28

44-42

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

DOUBLE VICTORY FOR CULNC!

BLUES 80 - 21 BEDFORD 1sts


Cambridge expected this game to be the toughest game of the season with Bedford having just been relegated from the league above and being just below Cambridge in the league. As a result the Blues went out hard aiming to give their best possible performances. All the team certainly delivered. Every single player on the court had an absolute stormer; from the unstoppable defence of Laura Spence, Charlotte Plumtree, Hayley Smith and Jodie Green, to the phenomenal shooting of Izzy Bell, Frances-Lee Barber and Sophie Hussey. In centre court, Nicky Taylor also had a fantastic performance, alongside Emily Coulter, giving beautiful passes and providing lovely movement down the court. The Blues took a huge victory of 80-21 over Bedford, that was incredibly well-deserved by the all-round dazzling performances.

Written by Emily Coulter

MoM: Charlotte Plumtree 
 
JAYS 58 - 26 OXFORD 2nds

Heading to Iffley Road is always a daunting task, especially when the Jays were confronting memories of Varsity 2013. However, it was time to put this behind us as the Jays looked to the match in a positive light - this was our turn to win! Dominating the game from the start, the shooting duo of Maddy Eno and Emily Elliott were on fire in attack, whilst the defensive unit of Zoe Sciver, Charlotte Salisbury and Kate Garden kept Oxford out. With the score standing at 27-11 at half-time, this was really our game to lose. A shaky third quarter only increasing the lead by one goal motivated the team to play hard as the centre court work of Caitrin Bush and Becky Haggie had excellent vision in the final quarter, feeding the ball beautifully into the circle. The final quarter saw the Jays storm ahead as the game ended 58-26, a well-deserved victory. The Jays now sit second in the league, as they look to take on Oxford 1sts in the Midlands Conference Cup next week! #GDBO

Written by Charlie Peacock
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