Local girls perfect their passes as Scotland championships draw near

Top young netball talent will be on display over the weekend.

The Cayman Islands Netball Association is staging another set of practice matches for the Under-21 national team. The Truman Bodden Sports Complex netball courts will serve as the venue. The U21s play on Saturday, 3 August and Sunday, 4 August, at 6pm each night.

Everyone is invited to come out and see the games. The girls are in their final stages of preparation before leaving for the World Youth Netball Championships in two weeks. This year’s tournament takes place in Glasgow, Scotland on 22-31 August.

The last practice matches took place in July when the national team faced Rising Stars, All Stars and a select side. The association is keeping an online reference for anyone interested in keeping up with the team before, during and after the Scotland competition. It can be accessed at caymannetball.ky/u21-scotland-trip-2013.

Cayman currently has 15 girls on its roster, with 12 expected to make the trip. The roster consists of Alexis Carias, Kimberly David, Terry-Ann Hunter, Renee Lindo, Noviann McLean, Brittany Mobley, Hailee Robinson, Olivia Samuels, Charlotte Shepheard, Alexia Walton, Roxanne Walton, Sheynae Watson, Aaliyah Webb, Martika Williams and Rosemarie Wilson.

The association is also focusing on its Camana Bay Summer Mixed League, which sees registration closing on 23 August. The league starts up on 5 September at the Arts and Recreation Centre.

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