Central hockey club dominates WPCC

2017-05-30 06:00

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

WPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails. However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

Not quittingWPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails.

“However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central hockey club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

WPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails.

“However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

Not quittingWPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails.

“However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central hockey club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

Not quittingWPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails.

“However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central hockey club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game. WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay. WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles. Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

WPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails. However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

WPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails. However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

WPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails. However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

WPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails. However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

Central hockey club produced one of its better performances this season by beating the defending grand challenge champion, Western Province Cricket Club, 6-3 at Vygieskraal on Saturday.

The Athlone team was faster out of the starting blocks with goals by Thulani Mnani and Ryan Julies in the first 8 minutes of the game.

WPCC was caught sleeping on their sticks as a further goal by Jordan Groene­wald put them on the back foot.

The Vygieskraal surface suited the home team better with Zubair Hamza’s intelligent play to link with his strikers a constant threat for the WPCC defence. There was a glimmer of hope for the visitors when Lloyd Norris Jones and Nicholas Giger combined brilliantly in attack, only for Bernard Greybe, Central’s shot stopper, to keep their goal attempts at bay.

WPCC would eventually score through Robin Blamepied from a well-worked short corner with Giger and Nathan Loff both tapped in from goal mouth scrambles.

Central dominated the second half and added three more goals through a brace by Max Bissolati and Jason Mulder to put the result beyond doubt.

Not quittingWPCC never threw in the towel and tried to make the best of three goal deficits with Rondebosh Boys matriculant Ryan Crowie prominent in defence and attack.

Central took its foot of the peddle and chose to defend its lead by crowding the goal area with defenders, making it difficult for the opposition to score.

“The first chukka of the game was good and very intense and scoring the first two goals really knocked the wind out of their sails.

“However, I was not happy with the second and third quarters, but we brought back in the last, so I am pleased with the performance as the result was never in doubt,” says Central coach Bruce Jacobs.

The result of 6-3 capped off a good weekend for Central hockey club with its women’s team beating Constantia 7-1 to advance its standing in the grand challenge reserve league.

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