DEESIDE DOMINOES didn’t let anything distract them from securing another commanding win in their final outing before Aura suspends all Junior Netball League activity.

The U15s league leaders showed no mercy to their Chester Wolves opponents with the Flintshire club taking a 22-9 lead into the half time break.

A similar pattern in the second period, coupled with an inspirational performance from Kellie Murray helped the Dominoes to a 41-18 success which keeps them two points clear at the top.

In the Under 14s division, Deeside Doves earned a hard fought 12-12 draw against Boughton Belle Tigers with Alicia Colloby claiming the player of the match award.

Deeside Dixies U14s came up against a highflying Holywell Heat side and couldn’t quite contain the second placed team as they slipped to a 16-8 reverse.

Meanwhile, Deeside Dragonflies U13s also endured a tough game as they fell to a 17-4 defeat against the Chester Bandits.

Elsewhere in the Under 13s division, Deeside Dace lost their second place spot to Chester Blaze after they beat the Flintshire team 11-7. But the Dace bounced back soon after as they comfortably beat Mold Toucans 19-5.

It was the final game of the season for Deeside Dice U11s, but they couldn’t quite cap it off with a win against Ellesmere Port Storm who ran out 10-8 winners, leaving the Dice with an eighth place finish after eight wins over the season.

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Poppy Shaw picked up the player of the match award for her part in helping her Deeside Daredevils U9s team to a 2-0 win over Mold Falcons to stay fourth in the league.

But the Under 9s league leaders, Ellesmere Port Sparks, kept themselves seven points clear at the top of the table with a 10-0 success over Deeside Dynamos.

A number of Deeside Junior Netball League teams were also handed walkover wins, with Deeside DJs and Deeside Darts (U15s), Deeside Diamonds (U14s), Deeside Dots (U12s), and Deeside Dolphins (U11s) benefitting.

Aura have now suspended all Junior Netball League activity until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.