Wet night put stars to the test

A COOL, rainy Friday night started week nine of the Warwick Hockey Association A-grade competition.

Harlequins women and the under-15 mixed were the first to brave the unpleasant conditions.

Jackie Croft scored a terrific four goals for Harlequins in a 7-4 victory.

In a whitewash, Corinthians defeated Wyverns 12-0 in a men’s A-grade game.

Some fantastic goal keeping by Wyverns player Justin Alley kept out many goals but Troy March still managed to score an amazing six goals for Corinthians.

Saints men were victorious 11-5 against Harlequins.

Matt Mogg slid through in the slippery conditions to score five goals for Saints while Harlequins player Rob Farrell worked hard to net three goals.

On Saturday night, Saints women overpowered Harlequins 4-0.

Harlequins player Leah Gartrell defended well and Rebecca King positioned herself well to score two goals for Saints.

Wyverns defeated Corinthians 9-3 in a women’s A-grade game.

Corinthians player Hayley Millard had a great game and Wyverns forward Shannon Armbruster scored five goals.

More volunteers are needed to help run the women’s veterans state championships on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend.

Anyone who can help is asked to call 0419 678 507.




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