THE Beath senior girls netball team travelled to Dumfries Academy to play their quarter-final tie in the Scottish plate.

The girls had worked hard to get themselves to this position and rose to the occasion producing their best performance of the season so far winning 56-27 and securing a place in the semi finals to be played at the Oriam on the v Dunbar.

The team was once again led by the trio of Katie Mcquillan (17 points) Hannah Mcquillan (10 points) and Ellie Mudd with an outstanding 20 point display. A huge credit must go to the whole team for showing an excellent effort throughout. semi Finals here we come

In the semi saw the girls play Dunbar Academy in what was a fantastic experience for the team.

They competed extremely well against a strong Dunbar team and after a slow start put on an excellent show of determination and resilience even making a comeback in the third quarter to close the gap to 10 points.

It wasn't to be for the Beath team this year, however, there were more signs that this team can make further progress in the future when three first year pupils entered the court in the final quarter and showed that the future is very bright.

Ellie Mudd again led the way with a 22 point personal tally and more rebounds than could be tracked. Mr Jarvie was very proud of the effort put in by all the players with the final score 75-56 to the East Lothian side.