Cobra Sports blog continues to be unavailable and we hope to have it back up as soon as possible. In the mean time, here is last few weeks’ sports report.
|Team||Date Played||Opposition||Venue||Result||Captain’s report with Player of the Game|
|U12 Black Netball||Saturday 13 October||HKCC Ravens||Fa Hui Park||2-15 (L) v HKCC||On Saturday 13 October 2018, DC Cobras U12 Blacks played Hong Kong Cricket Club. The game was super intense with tons of intercepts and hard work by the girls. The final score was 15-2 to HKCC but DC fought to the very end and never gave up. Well done to our great team on great sportsmanship and determination: Hannah, Sienna, Nicole, Julie, Maia, Isla and Caitlin. Written by team captain, Caitlin Higgins|
|U14 Netball||Saturday 27 October||Sparkle Rangers||Fa Hui Park||14-27 (L) v Sparkle Rangers||Unfortunately we lost, the score was 27-14. We were strongest during the second and third quarter, we had more scores than the opposing team in the third quarter. However, we didn’t do so well during the first and last quarter. Overall, we played very well and had a lot of fun applying pressure to our opposition. Written by team captain, Charlotte Wood|
|U12 Black Netball||Saturday 27 October||HKFC Thunder||Fa Hui Park||9-10 (L) v HKFC||Great effort to the U12 Netball team last Saturday, with only seven players (no substitutes) and giving it all their best, even though we lost in such a close game of 9-10 to the HKFC (Hong Kong Football Club) when they scored on the full time bell. It was a great team effort and we have all learnt something new and what we need to work on to win our next game. Credit to all my teammates: Jessie, Julie, Hannah, Caitlin, Maia, Yvey, and last but not least, our two amazing coaches, Danielle and Britt. Written by team captain, Jasmine Dean|
|U12 Red Netball||Saturday 27 October||HKCC Falcons||Fa Hui Park||10-4 (W)||A terrific win by U12 Red Netball team. Some great teamwork was on display with all girls playing a strong game from the start passing the ball around the court well. The girls used some very good defensive play which made it difficult for the other team to pass the ball on many occasions. Persistent work by all players enabled many goals to be scored by both GA and GS. Winning score 10-4.|