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Martinborough Junior Hockey – 2019 Results and Prizegiving

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Martinboprough 1st 11 and MIS Falcolns on Grand Final day

Our 1st XI team came so close to victory in their final of the A-grade competition against rivals, MIS Falcons.  Martinborough scored an early goal in the first half of the game and held their defence until MIS scored a late goal in the final 3 minutes to draw 1-1 at full time.  Martinborough was then defeated 3-1 in a penalty shoot out to finish runners up for the second year in a row.  We will try again next year!  Congratulations to all of the players, Neens Bruce (coach) and Carolyn Jephson (manager) – a champion team.  

We held our prizegiving and breakup on 9th September.  A big thank you to all the coaches and managers for their time and commitment at weekly games and practices.  Well done to all our players and in particular the following trophy winners this year:

Marty Comets (6-aside D) – coach Olivia Aring/manager Moreton Anderson:

Most Valuable Players:  Flinn Aring and Zak Gudsell

Most Improved Player:  Lena Teofilo-Larkin

Most Conscientious Player:  Jamie Anderson

Marty Rockets (6-aside C) – coach Kerry Campbell:

Most Valuable Players:  Sarah Kirkup and Ada Wilkie

Most Improved Player:  Emily Robinson

Most Consistent Player:  Jess Campbell

Marty Magic (6-aside A) – coach Liz Larkin/manager Kiely Marshall:

Most Valuable Player:  Macey Bruce

Most Improved Player:  Brooke Marshall

Most Conscientious Player:  Anise Harper

Martinborough Green (1/2 Field C) – coach Kerry Campbell:

Most Valuable Player:  Tom Madden

Most Improved Player:  Sam Campbell

Most Consistent Player:  Marese Napier

Martinborough Black (11-aside B Grade) – coach Clare Miller/manager Sonya Hume:

Most Valuable Players:  Jono Didsbury and Aroha Henderson

Most Improved Player:  Olivia Guscott

Most Conscientious Player:  Jakob Sweeney

Most Consistent Player: Aleesha Hume

Martinborough 1st XI (11-aside A Grade runners-up) – coach Neens Bruce/manager Carolyn Jephson:

Most Valuable Player:  Toby Nelson

Most Improved Players:  Bailey Reedy and Holly Didsbury

Most Conscientious Player:  Ella Kirkup

Most Consistent Player: Amanda Jephson

Sportsmanship Trophy: Neve Bruce

Representative hockey training is in full swing, with the U13 tournaments being held in the second week of the October school holidays.  Good luck to all of our players and their teams in those tournaments.  They are Toby Nelson, George Broom and George Fenwick (Hatch Cup team); Amanda Jephson, Ella Kirkup, Neve Bruce and Kelsi Brown (Collier Trophy team); Melinda Marshall, Lydia Mason and Sophie Sweeney (Rawleigh Trophy team); and Aleesha Hume (U13 Girls Development Team).

Lastly, a big thank you to all our families, friends and supporters who have come to watch our hockey teams play each week at Clareville.  Your support throughout the season is greatly appreciated.  Twilight hockey kicks off next term on Wednesday 6 November for all primary year levels.  If you have any questions or feedback about the junior hockey season, please contact Pippa Broom (Co-ordinator for Martinborough Hockey) on 0274 169 102.  Our vision is to support and encourage as many children as possible to play and enjoy the game of hockey.  

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