19th November 2018
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Netball teams keep flag flying in national knockouts

The victorious AHS players (from left): Libby Fox, Heather Marshall (captain), Curstaidh MacKay, Claire Johnston, Emma Niven, Tahnae MacLennan, Bethany Anderson and Holly King.

The victorious AHS players (from left): Libby Fox, Heather Marshall (captain), Curstaidh MacKay, Claire Johnston, Emma Niven, Tahnae MacLennan, Bethany Anderson and Holly King.

The Shetland under-13 netball side. Back (from left): Imogen Teale, Ava Leask, Alice Haddon, Astri Balfour, Freya Hannay. Front: Kelsey Tulloch, Lisa Anderson, May Young, Abby Sandison and Ruth Morris.

The Shetland under-13 netball side. Back (from left): Imogen Teale, Ava Leask, Alice Haddon, Astri Balfour, Freya Hannay. Front: Kelsey Tulloch, Lisa Anderson, May Young, Abby Sandison and Ruth Morris.

Two young netball teams from Shetland have made it a stage further in their quest for national honours.

The Anderson High School netball team is through to the final of the Scottish Schools Cup, following 44-17 quarter-final and 40-19 semi-final wins against Dundee High School and Albyn from Aberdeen at the weekend.

Meanwhile the Shetland under-13 side have made it to the semi-finals of the Scottish Youth Cup, following their 19-8 victory over Dunfermline in Aberdeen.

The AHS girls will find out today who they face in the final, which has to be played on Thursday 26th or Friday 27th March at the Ravenscraig Regional Sports Centre in Motherwell.

The under-13 side will face Peebles in their semi-final, with the match to be played by Sunday 5th April.

• For full reports see The Shetland Times on Friday.

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