Junior Jottings

2016-05-25 06:00

ON 17 May the mini-hockey girls took part in a hockey festival at Wembley College. The girls enjoyed their games and played very well.


Grade 1: vs Mooi River B - won 4-0; vs Mooi River A - won - 2-0; vs New Hanover - lost 1-0.

Grade 2: vs; Wartburg A - drew 1-1; vs Wartburg B - won 2-0; vs Wembley College - drew 0-0

On 18 May U13 hockey girls travelled to Domino Servite. The game was tough but they enjoyed it and played their best. The girls lost 2-0.

U11 girls played with much enthusiasm unfortunately, they lost 3-0.

On 19 May a Grade 1 and 2 team travelled to Hermannsburg to participate in a friendly hockey game. The girls played well and enjoyed the games.


vs Hermannsburg 1 - won 1-0; vs Hermannsburg 2 - won 1-0.

On Thursday 19 May the Grade 1 and 2 mini-rugby boys played two games. The Grade 1 side played Wembley and New Hanover. They drew one game and lost one game. The Grade 2 side played against Wembley and although trying, they lost.


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