Ladies end the season with three points
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Weston ladies ended their season with three points after beating Taunton Vale 4-1.
Weston Ladies 1st XI 4
Taunton Vale 4th XI 1
AFTER a stop-start season, with less fixtures than normal, Weston ladies came out determined to win three points to finish the season.
Continuing the new formation used successfully the week before, Weston started the game with textbook passing. Weston’s fitness was tested and a surge from Taunton Vale put them one goal up, despite the Weston defence working well.
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Weston fought back and after a battle in the opposition’s D, Becky Childs’ determination paid off with an equaliser. The next goal was one worthy of goal of the season from Kate O’Sullivan.
Weston scored two more goals through Lucy Clarke and Charlotte Gordon in the last five minutes of the game to secure victory.
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Weston will be playing summer league hockey, a great chance to get back into hockey. Get in touch via facebook or call 07709 431476 to find out about joining in.
Weston finished off their youth development sessions with a bring your mum to hockey session.
It was great to see so many mums come along to have fun with their sons and daughters.
As a result of the success of the day, Weston Hockey Club will be holding other events during the year. The club would like to thank Vanessa Mawford for running the Sunday sessions.