Wisbech Grammar School hockey starlets showcase their skills at festival
The future is looking bright for Wisbech Grammar School’s budding hockey players.
The school’s starlets picked up their sticks and took part in the girls’ under-nine hockey festival, where they took on Stamford and Bedford Modern School.
The festival marked some of the players’ first game of competitive hockey but the A team produced a professional display and netted 10 goals in four matches.
Jemima Mitchell and Libby Hoyles scored four apiece and Chloe Davis hit two.
The B Team also played incredibly well and gained some valuable on-pitch experience, ably coached by Sally Webb and Fourth Form pupils Hannah Lemmon and Annie Bennett. Head of hockey at Wisbech Grammar School, Mark Jarvis said: “Thanks must go to the parents from all the schools for their positive support, for which we hope to run another festival in the near future.”
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