Seaford College staged another successful end-of-season FastNet netball tournament last week. FastNet is a new, faster-paced form of the sport that was launched in 2008 and features shorter games, fewer players and rolling substitutions.
“There was some extraordinary talent on display and the matches were highly competitive,” said Seaford netball coach Georgie Sims. “The U18 Seaford squad just missed out on a place in the final, despite only losing one game by two goals. This year we had music playing throughout the matches for the first time, which really added to the sense of fun.
“I received a message from one of the coaches at Portsmouth Grammar School that said ‘Loved the music, really helped to create a fun atmosphere.’ We’re already making plans for next year’s FastNet tournament.”