A WHITEFIELD netball team will go for gold in London after a clean sweep at a regional netball competition.

DNA Reds under 12s won every one of their games in the regional qualifiers of the ENG Sports UK Netball Cup.

It was DNA's first time at the contest, which was held at the Manchester Velodrome.

The final game ended in a nail-biting 6-5 victory against Ellesmere Port.

The girls will now play in a national final in High Wycombe next month.

Coach Tei Narnor said: "These young girls fought and fought, and never gave up.

"We are looking forward to putting DNA on the map in the national contest."

Manager Sylvia Kirkham said: "We are very proud of our girls, who train hard every week, and go from strength to strength."

DNA Netball Club - which stands for Dad's Netball Academy – train at Phillips High School Sport for All Centre in Whitefield every week.

More than hundred girls play across 17 teams in a range of leagues from age five to senior levels.