Hornettes Girls hold their presentation evening
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Hornettes Girls held their end-of-season presentation evening at the clubhouse.
More than 100 people attended the Hornettes Girls’ end-of-season presentation evening.
A season that has seen the Under-13s and Under-15s grow and develop as teams playing some great rugby that their coaches are very proud of. The Under-18s of which there are only five at present, also developed their skills and played some great rugby with various different teams.
Three of the girls - Phoebe Dalby, Lily Edgar-Wilson and Georgia Grimes made it into the county development squad.
In the Under-15s, Hannah Capes played for Somerset and Katie Reynolds made the development squad.
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Main awards went to - Under-13s players’ player: Ella Hutchinson; coach’s player: Miriam Bailey; most improved: Ellen Swetman. Under-15s: Hannah Capes; Georgia White; Meg Robb.
A new award, the Invictus trophy, which is for the player who adheres to the RFU rugby core values, went to Hannah Capes.
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Hornettes would like to thank their sponsors Baytree Road Garage, Autowholesale, Jenny’s Plumbing and CGC for their continued support.
The girls are now on a well deserved break, but are back for summer fitness fun on June 15. Any girls aged 11-17 interested in playing rugby, please contact team manager Emma Small on 07557 967257.