TRAINING: Warwick under-11 girls (front, from left) Annabel Manifold, Sarah Balfour, Taylah Eastwell, Kyla Barrett, Bryana McGowan, Sophie Manifold, Kate Morris, Mackenzie Rutledge, (back) manager Mandy Rutledge, coach Robert Eastwell.
TRAINING: Warwick under-11 girls (front, from left) Annabel Manifold, Sarah Balfour, Taylah Eastwell, Kyla Barrett, Bryana McGowan, Sophie Manifold, Kate Morris, Mackenzie Rutledge, (back) manager Mandy Rutledge, coach Robert Eastwell. Gerard Walsh

A change suits Jack fine

JACK Hill will play the key centre-forward position for the Warwick under-11 boys team at Downey Park on Sunday despite being in his first season of club hockey.

Warwick boys and girls U11 teams will play at Downey Park, the boys in Coulter Shield and the girls in the Southern Cross Carnival.

Jack is in his first season of hockey after previously listing swimming as his main sport. He has a "best of five goals" in a club game.

"I am keen to score a goal on Sunday; we want to score a win." he said.

The team has been training for three weeks under coach Alan Balfour.

Bryana McGowan is in her third year in the U11 age group and will play centre-half for the girls on Sunday.

"I am looking forward to the carnival. The Warwick under-11 games were a great experience last year," she said. "We mainly want to have a good time; if we win it will be excellent."

Most of the U11 girls are new to the Warwick representative team.

Both teams are expected to play five games on Sunday. As all games are on grass, the teams trained on a Warwick grass field this week rather than water-based

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