U13A Girls’ Hockey v Hull Collegiate (A), 4.00pm

Team: U13A Girls Hockey

Venue: Away – HU10 7EH

Date: Wed 10th Nov  

Coach: Mr Goodhand


Change: 2.00pm - Pool

Lunch: As normal

Depart: 2.30pm

Start Time: 4.00pm 

Estimated Return/Finish Time: 6.00pm

Team: Beth C (C), Ruby S (GK), Freya B, Hatty W, Penny V, Annabel T, Peyia F , Imogen L, Poppy W


From 1.30 - 2.00pm, meet & greet for U9 Festival in full uniform.

Water bottles are essential.

Pack uniform into red bags if being collected from venue - please ask parents.

Packed tea to go.                

Spectators welcome.

Match Report:

Result: Win 7-3

On Wednesday the 10th of November the U13 girls travelled to Tranby School near Hull. The journey North made a change and included travelling over the Humber Bridge.

Tranby took the lead after 3 minutes as they had some skilful players and it took us a while to identify this and respond to their threat; however Ruby kept us in the game during this time.

On 12 minutes we struck back by Bath assisted by Penny. Tranby responded almost immediately to go 2-1 up.

Hattie was having one of her best games of the season and was striking the ball sweetly as well as skilling herself out of defence. Hattie lay on the second equalizing goal with a firm strike to Beth who drive into the D and slotted the ball to the side of the keeper.

Beth completed her hat-trick a minute later with a solo effort. On 18 minutes Peyia, who was played really well on right wing, and Beth became providers as they passed the ball first into the D and then to the back post for Annabel to sweep home. Half time was 4 -2 to St. Hugh’s but the match was still in the balance.

In the second half it was honours even with Freya marshalling the defence until the 9th minute as Beth got a 4th and then a 5th four minutes later. With two minutes left in the game Penny deservedly got her name on the score sheet to make the game 7-2. However, with 20 seconds left to the game. a Tranby attack succeeded as a shot was partially saved but had enough to get over the line. Final score 7-3. Girl of the game, as nominated by the opposition, was Beth.