Christ College were strong in defence and prevented Llanfair from scoring on their centre passes. The Christ College attack and centre court players also put pressure on their opposition, making many interceptions and turnover balls, growing stronger as the game progressed. Captain Nadia Pettitt played very well in the circle, leading her team to a well deserved victory.
Aisling Tarpey, Katie DeWinton, Catie Masters, Amy Baker, Phoebe Cuthbertson-Smith, Nadia Pettitt (c), Lenka Halpin, Bea Hayes, Ella Valentine & Jess Facey
This win qualifies Christ College as Powys Champions for the U16 WNA Inter County National finals – Ann Smart Tournament which will be held in Swansea Leisure Centre, March 22nd 2015.
The Ann Smart Tournament is played alongside the U19 WNA Inter County National Finals – Presidents Cup tournament.
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