Under 13 Hockey Craigclowan vs Cargilfield (Home)
Wednesday 12th September 2018
First match of the season always takes a wee while to get back into the swing of it and the girls were a little hesitant at the start which Cargilfield took advantage of.
There were massive improvements as the game went on and we began to create some super chances.
Lovely link up work between Iona and Alyssa saw Craigclowan score their goal. Matilda, in goal, pulled off some super saves and worked hard throughout the game.
Lots of positives to take away from the match, equally lots to keep working on in training sessions.
Craigclowan 1 – 5 Cargilfield
Another hesitant start from the B team however, the girls soon got started passing the ball around and opening up the game. Cargilfield were strong going forward and took advantage of our stand-offish defence. Craigclowan’s attacking force worked hard to try and break down the Cargilfield defence but to no avail. Overall, the girls worked super hard and lots to take forward to our training sessions.
Craigclowan 0 – 8 Cargilfield
Under 11 Hockey: Craigclowan v Cargilfield (Away)
(12.09.18) All girls in forms 5 and 6 took part in a hockey match today against Cargilfield at Cargilfield in Edinburgh.
They were tough games and Cargilfield were fast and confident in their play. There is a lot of potential within the age group. Our Craigclowan girls just need to believe in themselves. Overall, they were lovely friendly matches and the girls came away smiling regardless of the result.
Well done to all and thanks to all the parents who supported us.
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