Sidmouth Chicks and Hi Q remain unbeaten this league season


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Hi Q and Sidmouth Chicks both continue to sport unbeaten records in the Honiton Netball Winter League Division One, writes Graham Ingram.

Over the past fortnight, Hi Q have recorded victories over Flamingos and Signs South West.

Jaz Chester and Lizi Bennett were the Hi Q stars. Chicks added to Otters poor start to the season with an impressive 44-29 win in which Zoe Kidson starred with Becky whitell doing well for Otters.

Flamingos bounced back from their Hi Q defeat to record a 56-13 win over Howden Hawks who had also lost previously to Panthers. HNC Hot Shots beat SSW in a close game by 36-31 .

In Division Two there are also two remaining unbeaten records and they belong to Sidmouth Toucans and Blackdown.

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Toucans are unbeaten in five games and Blackdown in four. In the past fortnight Toucans recorded good wins over 3Ts and a close 22-21 win over a resurgent JD Tyres for whom Julie Norman was the star in their first win of the season against Swaggermamas by 33-15.

Blackdown’s latest victory was over Swaggermamas who have now suffered back-to-back defeats.

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After their defeat by Toucans 3Ts bounced back with a 32-17 win over Beer Blazers to hold third place whilst Otter Valley stayed fourth thanks to a win over Pixies who along with Beer and still looking for their first win of the season.

Latest tables P GD Pts

Hi Q 3 69 9

Flamingos 3 47 7

Sidmouth Toucan Chicks 2 33 6

HNC Hot Shots 3 -9 6

Ford &Pentecost Panthers 3 -11 5

Otters 2 -34 2

Signs South West 2 -39 1

Howden Hawks 2 -56 0

Division Two P GD Pts

Sidmouth Toucans 5 73 15

Blackdown 4 40 12

Tip Top Trees 4 19 10

Otter Valley 3 24 7

JD Tyres 5 -14 6

Swaggermamas 4 -47 4

Beer Blazers 4 -41 3

Pixies 3 -54 2

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