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Match Report: Under 13A&B Girls Hockey Craigclowan v Belhaven


(28.09.16) A much improved performance from the team today.  The pace was higher and the passing was more accurate.  Craigclowan enjoyed a lot of the possession in the first half and capitalised on this, opening the scoring early.  More chances came and went as the Belhaven defence closed down the forwards quickly and the keeper made some super saves.  In the second half, the pace of the game took its toil and the possession was more even but still the score remained the same.  Until drama in the dying seconds of the match as a short-corner was awarded to Belhaven.  Craigclowan had to clear their lines to maintain their slim lead.  Two initial saves by keeper Charlotte and the ball was still live, stand up goal-line-saver-extraordinaire Honor Reynolds to once again clear off the line and out of the scoring “D” area so the final whistle could be blown! A gutsy performance today girls. Well done!

Final Score:

Craigclowan 1 – 0 Belhaven

Scorers:  Izzy H-A


(28.09.16) The U13B team have certainly improved this past last week and their game today showed a much improved performance. The forwards worked really hard and kept pressure on the Belhaven defence. They kept their width and depth and that is what made the difference this week.  Madi saved some great goals in the second half, when the defence went a bit sleepy. Overall a great performance. Well done girls.

Final Score:

Craigclowan 5 – 1 Belhaven

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