Jack Petchey Roll of Honour Winners…
A big CONGRATULATIONS to you all!!!
JANUARY 2022 – Charlotte C
Charlotte has worked really hard all season and has shown great dedication to her netball at club. She has improved her play dramatically and was successful in gaining a coveted place in the Kent County Academy programme for u14 Athletes which forms part of the England Roses performance pathway. With this hard work ethic Charlotte has proved to be a key player and made her mark at the Kent County Junior League u14s, whereby she now forms key part of the U14 shooting line-up and has become an established GS/GA for her squad. Well done Charlotte keep up the good work.
Anjola always trains and plays to the best of her ability, she is hard working and always has a desire to win which comes with a huge commitment to her club netball. A great listener, she takes new ideas on board from her coaches and puts them into practice. She always shouts for her team mates and encourages others. Anjola’s hard work has seen her achieve as an extremely young player a coveted place in the Kent Netball & London Pulse u15 Academy which forms an integral part of the England Netball’s Roses Performance Pathway. Keep up the hard work Anjola
MARCH 2022 – Lara B
Lara is a relatively new member at Telstars and the award was given in admiration of Lara’s transition to a higher level of netball. She has been totally committed to the philosophy of the club and her hard work, training ethic and her amenable demeaner and receptiveness to advice and guidance from her peers have made her an integral part of the club already. Her desire to do the best for the club and her team is admirable. Tis hard work was rewarded when Lara was selected to play in the Kent County u16 Squad for Telstars last month. Well done Lara – keep up the good work.
APRIL 2022 – HANNAH B
Hannah has worked really hard all season and has shown great dedication to her netball at club. She has improved her play dramatically and was successful in securing a starting 7 place in the Kent County Senior, Kent U18 & London Poly League (Senior) & NWK Div 1 (Senior) squads for Telstars this season. With this hard work ethic Hannah has proved to be a key player and made her mark at her first outing for the Telstars EN Premier League Senior squad v Worcestershire Reds and has since become an established centre court player for all her squads. We shall miss Hannah as she prepares for the next chapter at University. Well done Hannah keep up the good work.
MAY 2022 – FREYA D
Freya is a relatively new member at Telstars and the award was given in admiration of Freya’s transition to a higher level of netball. She has been totally committed to the philosophy of the club and her hard work, training ethic and her amenable demeaner and receptiveness to advice and guidance from her peers have made her an integral part of the club. This hard work was rewarded when Freya was selected to play in the u16 Squad for Telstars this season and who were very successful in gaining a place at the England Netball National u16 Finals whereby Freya played extremely well. Sadly this success is short lived as Freya will be leaving us soon to pursue her academic achievements at Millfield School. We wish you all the best of luck Freya.
JUNE 2022 – CHARLOTTE W
Charlotte has had an exceptional year to date with her netball. Which began by her gaining a place in the Kent County Senior , London Poly league Senior & NWK Div Senior squads for Telstars at the start of the season. However, it wasn’t long before Charlotte was selected into the EN National Premier League squad (Seniors) despite her younger years Charlotte took the opportunity with both hands and soon become a firm member of the squad , travelling nationally across the country with her netball. This was not all!! Charlotte along with all the commitment that this elite level demands also found the time to train to become a member of the officiating team – an umpire and who successfully gained her umpire qualification in May 2022 and can now officiate at netball matches. Despite all of this success Charlotte remains an enthusiastic & committed member of the club who helped bring our Telstars Premier league squad to a very commendable 4th Place in the National League 2021-22 season. A Truly commendable season Charlotte WELL DONE – Wonderful achievements and a fine reward for all the hard work. We will certainly miss Charlotte as she leaves for the University of Bath for the next chapter of life. Good Luck Charlotte from all of us.
Once again HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to our Jack Petchey winners for the second half of 2022. We looking forward to welcoming you all back to the court next season:)