DEESIDE DOMINOES have kept themselves clear at the top of the Under 15s division of the Junior Netball League after a commanding win over Rhosnesni Raiders.

The Dominoes enjoyed the better of the first half as they went into the break with a 12-6 lead before the Raiders reduced the deficit to just four goals in the second period.

But Kellie Murray helped table topping Dominoes side to regain control of the match as they went on to eventually record a 30-14 win to keep them two points clear.

Deeside DJs kept up the pressure on the league leaders as they comfortably saw off Mold Owls.

The DJs raced into a 9-0 lead before taking a 10-2 advantage into the second period where they went on to claim a 21-9 victory in which Abi Bartlett received the player of the match award.

In the Under 14s division, the Deeside Doves fell to a 32-6 reverse against the in-form league leaders, Chester Raiders, while the Dixies also lost out 32-7 to Rhosnesni Royals.

Meanwhile, Lili Coppack was the hero as she helped her Deeside Dominoes U14s side to a hard-fought 18-12 success over Holywell Heat.

Deeside Dragonflies U13s faced a tough test against Ellesmere Port Tornadoes and eventually slipped to a 16-12 defeat.

A thrilling match up in the Under 12s division saw second against third as Chester Lightning took on Deeside Dots.

Both sides were level at 6-6 at half time, but Chester had the better of the second period as they edged themselves to a 12-11 win which takes them five points clear of the Flintshire team.

Deeside Dimples U10s put in a determined performance but were unable to get themselves on the scoresheet as they lost out 4-0 to the Mold Ravens.

In the Under 9s division, Deeside Dynamos had a fixture double as they first surrendered a lead late on in an 8-6 reverse to Boughton Belle Dolphins before losing 8-1 to Chester Romans in their next game.

Elsewhere in the league, the Daredevils were in inspired form as they dismantled the Holywell Heroes 13-0 in a game where Ruby Gregory claimed the player of the match award.

Due to a fixture mix-up, Deeside Dice U11s did not play a competitive game, and instead faced Chester Wildcats U12s in a friendly where a score was not recorded.