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T&T struggles continued on the weekend in the
Under-21 Tri-Nation Netball Series when the young
"Calypso Girls" suffered two straight losses, to
England and hosts Jamaica, respectively.
On Sunday night, the T&T unit again showed
that they were no match for the junior "Sunshine
Girls", crashing to a 74-34 defeat at University of
the West Indies (UWI) Bowl, to add to its opening
85-23 loss to the Jamaicans on Wednesday.
Goal-shooter Samantha Wallace led T&T with
24 goals off 37 attempts while goal-attack Kalifa
McCollin netted 10 from 11 in which Jamaica dom-
inated from the first pass, leading 21-8 in the opening
period, 38-17 at the half and 58-27 in the third
Shantal Slater starred in the circle for the Jamaicans
with 47 in 55 while teammates Tristina Harwood
put in 16 from 27 and Kadian Dehaney, who replaced
Harwood as goal-attack, connected 11 of 15.
The local netballers put on a much improved per-
formance against England on Friday evening but
still fell, 53-40, at the Dr Alfred Sangster Auditorium
at the University of Technology (UTech).
T&T s coach Grace Parkinson-Griffith said she
was not pleased with the performance of the players,
as they squandered too many turnovers and the
shooters were also badly off target.
"We played well in the first two quarters, but the
third and fourth quarters they could not find their
rhythm. The team played well in patches, but they
need to play 60 minutes together during matches,"
Wallace scored a match-high 31 from 36 and Jel-
lene Richardson netted nine off 15 against the Eng-
lishwomen, who was led by Alice Travis (24/25),
Shaunagh Craig (15/27) and Rachel Shaw (14/28).
On Saturday night though England conceded its
first loss, 53-26 to Jamaica at UTech.
Oberon Pitterson-Nattie, head coach of Jamaica s
Under-21 team, said she was extremely pleased with
the performance of the girls. "We tried a number
of different strategies and rotated the players by
giving everyone a chance on court as we look to
select the final 12 for the
World Under-21 Netball
Championships to be
played in Glasgow, Scot-
land, next month."
She added: "At times
we lapsed with our
turnovers, but they
played brilliantly. I must
say also the defenders
played well as they gave
the England girls little
with good markings and
intercepting passes well."
Both coaches made a
few changes by bringing
on their reserves. How-
ever, Jamaica continued
to dominate the match
as they raced to a 39-19
lead at the completion
of the third quarter.
For Jamaica, Slater
netted 34 goals from 40
attempts and goal-
attack Shanice Beckford
added 15 goals from 21
attempts, while for Eng-
land, goal-shooter Alice
Travis scored 15 goals
from 24 attempts, and
Shaaw hit five goals
from 12 efforts.
loss in Tri-series
T&T 34 (Samantha Wallace
24/37, Kalifa McCollin 10/11)
vs Jamaica 74 (Shantal
Slater 47/55, Tristina
Harwood 16/27, Kadian
Dehaney 11/15). Quarter
scores: 8-21, 17-38, 27-58
England 26 (Alice Travis
15/24, Rachel Shaw 5/12,
Shaunagh Craig 6/8) vs
Jamaica 53 (Shantal Slater
34/40, Thristina Harwood
3/8, Shanice Beckford 15/21,
Simone Gordon 1/3). Quarter
scores: 8-13, 15-26, 19-39
T&T 40 (Samantha Wallace
31/36, Jellene Richardson
9/15) vs England 53 (Alice
Travis 24/25, Rachel Shaw
14/28, Shaunagh Craig
15/27). Quarter scores: 7-18,
15-31, 24-46 (England).
Today: England vs Jamaica
Tomorrow: T&T vs Jamaica
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