The second half of the King’s Worcester hockey season has seen some great progress, with lots of fantastic play to bring the season to a close.
There have been huge improvements in the U12s, with some excellent results to finish off the hockey season.
In their county tournament, the U13Bs were crowned county champions and were undefeated in their four matches to the title. The U13As have developed their skills and knowledge of the game and unfortunately just missed out on a place in Regional Finals.
The U14s have continued to have excellent numbers at training, with both the A and B teams playing good hockey against Christopher Whitehead Language College.
The U15s cup round came to end this term, with the team reaching the quarter-finals in the Independent School Cup. Very well done to them.
This term has also seen the start of mixed hockey for the first team. We have had great success with this and really enjoyed having the opportunity to play sport together. It’s also been good to see boys have the opportunity to represent the school in hockey.
The Seconds have had a good second half of the season, with a good win and performance against Solihull School showcasing some of their best hockey this season.
The First team have had a good end to the season with some excellent development opportunities for younger years as the Removes were able to step up and play for the first team.
We would also like to congratulate Bryony Gilgrass and Amy Hughes who continue to represent England and Wales respectively. We wish Amy the best of luck for her upcoming Easter test series against Scotland.
The Upper Sixth girls have enjoyed their final games representing King’s Worcester and would like to say a huge thank you to Mrs Miller-Symonds for everything over the last seven years.