Holidays play havoc with hockey

IN CLOSE: Burrrawang’s Sam Donovan batttles with St Georges Basin Reds’ Steve Christlo in Burrawang’s big 7-2 victory on Saturday.SCHOOL holidays and junior representative commitments led to a number of teams being short of players for the weekend round of Shoalhaven Hockey.Under good conditions at the Shoalhaven Regional Hockey Complex at North Nowra only one junior match was scheduled due to the Shoalhaven under 13 side being away at the state championships at Lithgow.In their opening clash Shoalhaven lost to Tamworth 2 in division three, 3-nil and despite going down to Nepean and New England on day two the side still had a great time away.That along with school holidays saw both Bluejays sides struggle for numbers but in the end Bluejays Blue won on a forfeit from Bluejays Sky.The two other games, Allsorts against City and St Georges Basin White v Bluejays Navy, were both deferred due to representative commitments and will be played at a later date.The first of the men’s games was also a forfeit with Bluejays taking the points over St Georges Basin White after the Basin failed to raise enough players.A scratch match was quickly organised between the two sides at least allowing the players take to the field.Fourth placed Kangaroo Valley continued its recent surge of good form downing second placed Allsorts 3-2 in a spirited encounter.Mitchell Wilson, Ian Szymoniczek and Nick Simmons each scored for the Valley, while Dale Woods bagged both Allsorts’ goals.Third placed Burrawang proved way too good for an undermanned St Georges Basin Red outfit winning 7-2 and moved to equal second placed Allsorts.Mitchell Eccelston bag-ged a hat-trick, while Blake Hill, Sam Donovan, Jack Donovan and Brendon MacDon-ald also scored goals and were among the Burra’s best.St Georges Basin White won the top of the table clash in the women’s competition downing Bluejays 3-1.The Jays were short on numbers and the Basin took full advantage.Jenny Moffat, Caitlan Hawkins and Robyn Hallam scored goals for the winners, while Ashleigh Crisafi scored for the Jays.Mel Boundy scored a double for Allsorts Orange in its 4-nil win over Shoalhaven Heads.Toby Bacchus and Eleanor Dodd also scored goals in the victory.And Detta Duren led Allsorts Green to a commanding 6-1 win over St Georges Basin Red.Duren was in fine form bagging a hat-trick while Vanessa Phelan scored a double.Jody Mason was the other Greens’ scorer while Anna Gardner was the Basin Red scorer.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 苏州美甲培训学校.