CHARVILLE Netball Club rounded off a successful season at their recent annual presentation evening, when Brunel Hurricanes Superleague player Stef Bello was the guest of honour.
The seniors won the summer Queens-mead Premier Division and were runnerup in the Harlington Premier Division last year, before winning the winter Middlesex League and Queensmead Premier Division, as well as coming second in the Acton League and third in the Harlington Premier Division.
The youth team was runner-up in Queensmead Division Two last summer and went on to match that in Harlington Division Seven as well as finish fourth in Queensmead Division One.
Meanwhile, the U16 Charville Chasers won the West London Junior League and was runner-up in the WLJNL Open Cup and the Ul4 Charville Chargers won the West London Junior League in their age group in which the Charville Crystals were fifth.
Individual awards went to: Best Newcomer Annah Groves. U14 Crystals man of match Emma Wrath, most improved Chantelle Casey, players' player Lily Kemp, coach's player Claire O'Connor. U14 Chargers man of match Tayla Thompson, most improved: Tayla Thompson, players' player Grace Clarke, coach's player Emma Vincent. U16s Chasers man of match Lauren Munro-Hall, most improved Siobhan Casey, players' player Grace Maddox, coach's player Fiona McDougall. Youth team Queensmead League, man of match Summer 07 Rachel Mulloy, man of match winter 07/08 Jess Cronin, most improved Echolise Sutherland-Payne, players' player Rachel Mulloy, coach's player Lyndsey McDougall. Youth team Harlington League, man of match winter 07/08 Grace Maddox, most improved Jess Cronin, players' player Lyndsey McDougall, coach's player Rebecca Bingham.
Charville train at Queensmead Sports Centre, Ruislip, 5.30-7pm on Mondays.