HOCKEY: Wisbech Ladies First Team warm up for league season with success at Norwich City tournament

PUBLISHED: 12:27 12 September 2017 | UPDATED: 13:06 13 September 2017

Wisbech Ladies First Team.

Wisbech Ladies First Team.

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Captain Georgie Dunn confessed to being “one proud captain” after her Wisbech Ladies First Team enjoyed a successful few days last weekend.

The local talents drew 3-3 on Saturday before coming second out of 10 sides in Norwich City Hockey Club’s seven-a-side tournament.

Wisbech’s Laura Overland finished as the tournament’s second-highest goalscorer.

The side kick off their East Leagues campaign later this month with a meeting with Lowestoft Ladies Firsts on September 23.

Back row (left to right): Megan Fey, Joann Gomm, Katie Dunn, Georgie Dunn (captain), Laura Overland, Izzy Oldershaw-Ellis.

Front row (left to right): Lily Amps, Nat Ward, Yasmin Pritchard, Izzy Pope, Ellie Padmore.

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