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WELLINGTON HOCKEY

Open Grade Week 2 Roundup

Saturday and Sunday 9th & 10th April


Week two of our Open Grade competition is in the books. We saw another stunning afternoon of weather as the club teams of the Wellington region took to the turfs again to battle it out and build upon last weeks efforts.


The next two weeks we will see a short break from the competition as we observe the Easter and ANZAC holidays, but Wellington Hockey will be back in two weeks time for round three of the competition. Enjoy your break and we’ll see you back at the turf soon.


Here is a round up of round two games form our Premier 1 Men’s and Women’s competition.


MEN

Dalefield made the most of their first game this season on the Clareville turf with a bonus point win over 2021 champions Harbour City. Victoria Uni came back to earth after last week’s good win over Northern United, being well beaten by a rampant Hutt United in the early game on McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2, while Tawa Titans showed considerable fight in the later game on NHS 2, before going down narrowly to Indians.

Northern United had the bye

Score summaries:

Dalefield 5 (Rowan Yeo 2, Dane Lett, Myles Houlahan, Zac Caldwell)

Harbour City 0

Hutt United 6(Aarie Verwey 2, Cameron Gladding, Tom Turkington, Billy Miskimmin, Angus Bowmar)

Victoria Uni 1 (Ben Sarikaya)

Indians 3 (Tom Pavitt, Sajan Patel, Josh Dyer)

Tawa Titans 2 (Manaia Woodley, Josh Bond)

Points: Dalefield 7, Hutt United 5, Victoria Uni 4, Indians 3, Harbour City 1, Tawa Titans 0*, Northern United 0*.

* denotes a bye

30 April

Northern United v Harbour City 12:30pm Cello NHS 1

Dalefield v Tawa Titans 2:15pm Cello NHS 1

Indians v Victoria Uni 4:00pm Cello NHS 1

Hutt United have the bye

WOMEN

Five players scored goals for Hutt United who picked up a second bonus point as they convincingly defeated Victoria Uni in the early game on Cello NHS 1. There was nothing between Toa and Karori, with both teams earning a point after their goal-apiece draw in the later game. Harbour City remain without a point after they lost a very close encounter to Dalefield at Clareville, that moved the local team into second place.

Northern United had the bye

Scoring summaries

Hutt United 6 (Kat Winter 2, Kirsty Cole, Teresa Warner, Laura Jurgeleit, Kayli Tuiraviravi)

Victoria University 0

Dalefield 1 (Abby Crawley) Harbour City 0

Karori 1 (Ashley Andrews) Toa 1 (Karli Rickard)

Points: Hutt United 8, Dalefield 6, Northern United 4*, Toa 1*, Karori 1, Victoria Uni 0, Harbour City 0

* denotes a bye

30 April

Karori v Victoria Uni 12:45pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Dalefield v Toa 2:30pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Northern United v Harbour City 4:15pm McDonald’s Newtown NHS 2

Hutt United have the bye


Check out the results from all the weekends games and grades via PlayHQ here.

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