NORTH Devon netballers braved horrendous conditions to get the league back on track after having postponed two fixtures recently owing to the weather. Scores in the first quarter of all matches were extremely low, but as the matches progressed players ada

NORTH Devon netballers braved horrendous conditions to get the league back on track after having postponed two fixtures recently owing to the weather.Scores in the first quarter of all matches were extremely low, but as the matches progressed players adapted and were able to score more fluently. Carol Anne Sapphires were on form and despite a close game in the early stages they defeated Venners Vipers 45-13. Coodes secured their first victory in Division 2, conquering Golds 18-10. In Division 3, top shooting from Katie Owen provided Carol Anne Emeralds with a 34-16 victory over Bude Bay Stars. Misfit Mambas continued to show their strength in Division 4 with a 28-9 win over Titans Pluto to maintain their top position in the table.December 1 will be the re-arranged matches from October 20.Div 1: Carol Anne Sapphires 45, Venners Bakery Vipers 13; Carol Anne Diamonds 32, All Whites 17; Titans Voyager 31, Pat Williams Girls 18.Div 2: Stars B 27, Woolacombe Bay Holiday Park 13; Coodes Cougars 18, Golds 10; Bude Jets 30, Artavia 0 (conceded).Div 3: Carol Anne Emeralds 34, Bude Bay Stars 16; Venners Bakery Cobras 29, Langtree Re-Unites Rebels 11; Venners Bakery Rattlers 25, Carol Anne Rubies 8.Div 4: Misfits 28, Titans Pluto 9; Edgehill Pythons 17, Fillies 15; DP Windows Warriors 16, Ace Anacondas 12. Regional winTITANS netballers are on a high after victory over Team Bath at the weekend.England player Jo Binns was on hand to coach Team Bath, but Titans were not put off by their opposition.They came in from the first quarter 11 goals apiece. When Bath had their noses in front 20 - 19 at half-time Titans coach Lorraine Beel made changes to make way for the experience of wing attack Kellie Finney and the debut appearance of 17-year-old new signing of Jodi May from previous club St Austell.The speed of centre Jo Smith and combination of drive from May and Finney made it easier for Titans to get the ball into the attacking circle and they turned the tables to lead 29-28 with 15 minutes remaining. At full speed for the last quarter, they stretched their lead into a 44-40 victory.Titans take on Plymouth Marjon Saints this Saturday at Chulmleigh Community College, start 12.30pm.