DEPLETED Warrington Town continued their winning ways in the North West Netball Premier Division.

Bottom-of-the-table Dominoes were defeated 61-44 as Town secured their first away win of the campaign.

Warrington, ahead by two goals, came out for the second half with all guns firing.

By the end of the third quarter they were in front by 10 and had the game in the bag.

A first loss of the year was suffered by Town's North West Championship Division One team.


They were edged out at home by Bury by one goal.

In a squad of players 'performing out of their skins', Lauren Tattersall was player of the match while the players' player honour was shared between Katie Bushell, one of the team's youngest players, and Jen Cunliffe, who, along with Susan Fletcher, made her return to the regional netball scene after having previously retired.

Town's North West Championship Division Two table toppers, an under 17s side made up of Wasps Super League Academy players and Cheshire Academy players, remain unbeaten following a 55-31 success against Bury.

"They are a formidable squad and have lost players in the past to Chester, Oldham, Bury and Tameside but the core have remained loyal to Warrington which is now paying off for the girls and the coaches," said senior head coach Yvonne Sampson.

Meanwhile, three of Warrington Town's junior teams are celebrating their success in the Warrington Junior Netball Summer League that takes place at The Warrington Sports For All Centre in Latchford.

The under 12s and under 13s won their leagues, while the under 14s were runners up.


Warrington under 12s, from left, back, Emily Rich, Lottie Lewis, Emma Burnham, Eve Hardiman, Ava Kirk, Poppy Robinson; front, Zeta Mackfall, Abi Tribe, Izzy Burn, Isabel Kendall. Girls also involved during the season but not pictures, Evie England, Rosa Saki, Annie Boyne.


Warrington Wildfire under 13s, from left, back, Grace Wilson, Holly Hitchmough, Ellie Johnson, Izzy Flynn, Olivia Wormald; front, Arabella Dahou, Katie Gough, Francesca Miller, Jemima Dahou.


Warrington Whirlwind under 14s, from left, Fi Bimpson, Katie Tyler, Lou Bentham, Millie Price, Eleanor Chadbourne, Abbie Hughes and Lucy Peskett.

Warrington Town Junior Netball Club are also reporting a magnificent start to the 2018-19 season.


Thirty-one athletes, pictured above, have been selected for Cheshire Netball Academy, seven have been chosen for national Super League franchises such as Manchester Thunder and Wasps, and one athlete has made national selection for the Scotland under 17s 'long' squad.


Pictured above is the Warrington Town Junior Netball Club elite section