Hockey Wrap-Up 20- 21

Posted on : May 31, 2021

Friday 28th May saw the final day of hockey for the unusual season 20/21. Despite the uncertainty of the year, the girls and their coaches persevered and continued to train when Covid-19 regulations allowed. The summer term was filled with after school hockey which saw great dedication, effort and fun from everyone. On Friday two named playing shirts were presented to the most dedicated 6th year players, Hadley Scott and Ciara Lindsay who set an example by playing and training right up to the last day. We also announced our in-coming Club Captain, Saoirse Gillmor and wish her the best of luck and fun in her role. The most dedicated player award went to Sophie Swan who, despite being injured, never missed a session. Most improved player award went to Éabha Daffy, a committed and much improved 1st year player. We look forward to next year, hoping to travel to games and get a chance to wear our new playing kit. Thanks again to our sponsors and remember, sponsors are always welcome!! Happy summer to all the players and keep active. 

 





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