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Hockey Club Knole Park move a step closer to National Finals

Knole Park’s U16 Girls moved into the National Semi-Finals on Friday evening with a fantastic win against Guildford HC. Four first half goals from Lottie Bingham, as well as singles from Anna Faulstich, Imogen Moran, Olivia Breed and Amelie Allen saw the girls run out 8-1 winners.
The girls progress to the National semi-finals where they will face Wimbledon for a chance to play in this year’s National Final.

U14 Girls beat Surbiton to progress to the Final 6 in England!
Knole Park’s U14 Girls moved into the National Top 6 with a fantastic win against Surbiton. Two goals from Charlotte Watkins, as well as goals from Summer Knight-Thompson and Evie Smith gave the girls a 4-2 win and see them through to the Final 6 against Cambridge.

A win against Cambridge will see them through the National Finals where three teams will play a round robin tournament for the National title!

U14 Boys travel East and return with the win and a Semi-Final spot!
Knole Park’s Boys are through the National Plate Semi-Finals after a long away trip to Norwich saw them win 8-1!

A hat-trick from Moritz Hippe, two from Indy Morris, as well as goals from Isaac Dale, Mack Copp and Oscar Osbaldeston was more than enough to see the boys progress to the Semi-Final against Marlow on Sunday.
U18 Girls just come up short against Trojans

On Saturday, Knole Park’s U18 Girls just came up short in the U18 Plate quarter finals against a good Trojans team.

Trojans took a two goal lead before Alex Sewell halved the deficit with a tremendous strike.

The girls came out of half time determined to equalise and would have done, but for the Trojans defence holding firm. Two further goals from Trojans meant it finished 1-4 to Trojans.

Women’s 1st Team are through in style in the EH Plate!
The Knole Park women’s 1st team beat Havant 7-0 on Sunday in the EH Plate. Havant play in South Central Premier League so there was still a huge gulf in league status between the sides. But with both sides having both lost their first rounds matches in the EH Cup anything could happen in the first round of this second tier competition.

The first goal from Olivia Breed was after an excellent steal and pass from Anna Faulstich in midfield. Olivia ran half the pitch and rounded the goalkeeper to score. The second half was a much more dominant display for Knole Park. Anna Faulstich scored a very well-taken hat-trick, Sarah Eversfield, Grace Reeve and Olivia Breed claiming the others to make it 7-0 to Knole Park.

The quarter Final is against Newbury & Thatcham on Sunday with a place in the Semi-Finals awaiting the winners.



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