GOAL FEAT: Tim Pullen scored on three different occasions in last weeks round against Southern Highlands Burrawang.With the juniors enjoying a school holiday break, it will be an abbreviated round of hockey this Saturday at the Bernie Regan Sporting Complex.The game of the day will see a clash between competition leaders Bluejays and Southern Highlanders Burrawang, who continue to challenge all teams in the men’s competition.
Bluejays will look for a continuation of Tim Pullen’s goal scoring feats from the last round, where he netted on three occasions alongside the reliable Dennis Smart also scoring two goals.Mitchell Eccleston from Burrawang is coming off with a hat trick of goals which he will need to continue along with good contributions from the Donovan and Hill clans if they are to match defending premiers Bluejays.At 1.30pm, Allsorts will be looking for a repeat of their recent win against St Georges Basin Reds playing a return game. Allsorts will welcome back Aaron Lloyd after he played for runners-up Illawarra in last weekend’s Masters over 40s State Championships. Lloyd was selected in the NSW team to go to Hobart for the National Masters Hockey Championships. Allsorts are looking for Dale Woods to back up his quadrella of goals in the last round. The Reds are struggling to keep in touch with the top four, and are looking to improve their defensive record and find someone to step-up and score regular goals.In the first women’s game, competition leaders Bluejays play the Allsorts Green who are placed third, following a strong win over Shoalhaven Heads last week. Bluejays were also dominant in their big win over St Georges Basin Reds with Kellie McIlwain coming off scoring five goals last week. They will be determined to continue their dominance in the competition.Allsorts Orange will play St Georges Basin Reds at 6pm, who are struggling due to a string of niggling injuries. They will be hoping for a quick recovery to key players if they are to challenge the Greens, who look to dual goal scorer, Detta Duren, and youngster Tiana Boulding to lead the way.The final game for the evening at 7.30pm is St Georges Basin Whites versus Shoalhaven Heads. The Whites have been struggling to score in recent games and will be looking for some spark in their forward line to break the rut. The Heads have been playing consistently and with a continuation of that form they could spring a surprise win against the second place Whites.Parents who are looking for activities for their children during the school holidays can book a place in the Hookin2Hockey Olympic Clinic being conducted on July 11-12. The clinic is for children aged 5-15 and will be run by qualified Hockey NSW staff and supported by Shoalhaven Hockey. For more information visit www.hockeynsw南京夜网.au or visit Shoalhaven Hockey at www.shoalhavenhockey南京夜网.au.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.