ST. JOSEPH’S Convent Egrets continue their good run on form in the 2016 Shamfest Netball Fiesta being played at the Vigie Multi-Purpose Sports Complex.
On Monday, the Egrets defeated Sir Ira Simmons Secondary 24-3 to secure another victory while Toughest edged out Northern Arrow for their first win.
For SJC Egrets, Goal Shoot Phoebe Andrew made 4 attempts without scoring a goal, (GS 1) Lien Moise made 12 attempts and scored 9 goals, (GS 2) Britney Desir made 23 attempts and scored 10 goals, and (GA 1) Melanie Antoine made 11 attempts and scored 5 goals.
For Sir Ira Simmons, (GS) Cayley Henry made 7 attempts and scored 3 goals, and (GA) Kimberly Phillipe failed to score in two tries..
In Game two, Toughest recorded their first victory in the contest when they defeated Northern Arrow 20-13. For Toughest, (GS) Kenna John made 16 attempts and scored 11 goals, and (GA) Joannie Remy made 17 attempts and scored 9 goals.
For Northern Arrow, (GS) Edisha Butcher made 9 attempts and scored 7 goals, (GA) Hallie Fessal made 3 attempts and scored 3 goals, and (GA) Abigail Fessal made 8 attempts and scored 3 goals.
Last evening, Gros Islet was scheduled to play Sir Ira Simmons, with Bocage Secondary taking on Corinth Secondary and Sir Arthur Lewis Community College down to play Toughest.
Meanwhile, the fiesta continues on Saturday with a triple-header at the VMPSC. From 1:00 p.m. Entrepot Secondary play Bocage Secondary, St. Joseph’s Convent Egrets play Corinth Secondary at 2:00 p.m. and Sir Arthur Lewis Community College meet Northern Arrow at 3:00 p.m.