Cranbrook Netball Club all set for Festival fun

PUBLISHED: 13:03 05 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:03 05 June 2018

The Cranbrook Arrows netball team.

The Cranbrook Arrows netball team.


The Cranbrook Arrows netball Club now has two established teams – the Black Arrows and the White Arrows.

Both teams are playing in the Honiton Summer League and began their matches in the second week of May.

Games are being played on the Cranbrook Education campus on Monday evenings and will continue to play there until the league’s conclusion in mid-July.

The Honiton Summer League is a well-run, and very competitive, competition so Monday nights are likely to provide excellent entertainment for Netball, followers.

The first Saturday in July sees the Cranbrook Netball Club host a Festival of Netball at the Education Campus.

Ten local teams have entered and money will be raised for local charity Balloons and Devon Air Ambulance.

It is hope that as many folk as possible will get along and join in the fun of the Festival meeting which is set to see a number of matches and there will also be a raffle and other games held at the Cranberry Farm pub, Cranbrook, following the conclusion of the Festival which sees the action get underway from 10am with the final matches set for 2pm.

Meanwhile, Cranbrook Arrows are very grateful for the sponsorship they receive from 1st Choice Finishes. The club train on Wednesday evenings from 8pm to 9pm. Anyone interested in joining the club, is simply finding out more, can contact them via their Facebook page.


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