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Knole Park Junior teams in the National quarter finals!

Knole Park juniors all won again in the England Hockey summer championships and are now through to the National Quarter Finals in all age groups!

Knole Park U16 Girls continue to set the pace in the EH Cup. A resounding 12-1 win against Brighton was a remarkable result at this stage of the competition. A double hat-trick from Olivia Breed, two goals from Anna Faulstich and singles from Elen Nicholls, Annabel Cheveley, Amelie Allen and Polly Brownlow saw the girls cruise in the quarter finals. The girls produced some outstanding hockey throughout the match! The girls play Guildford in the National quarter finals next weekend.

Knole Park U14 Girls beat Sevenoaks HC 4-2 in the latest local derby. Goals from Amber Croll, Mackenzie Ward, Summer Knight-Thompson and Charlotte Watkins were enough for the victory. The match was finely posed at 1-1 at half-time, but in the second half with the game at 2-2, two goals in the final 5 minutes secured the win for Knole Park in a thrilling match! The girls now face Surbiton HC in the quarter finals in what will no doubt also be a thrilling match!

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The U14 Boys beat Surbiton 4-2 in their last 16 match. Two goals from talisman Isaac Dale, plus goals from James Parker and Louis van den Rijse were enough to win the game. With the match at 2-0 at half time the boys scored twice more, before conceding late on. The boys now host Norwich in the National quarter final next weekend.

As one of only a few clubs to still have teams in all their respective competitions, it shows the success of the junior section at Knole Park continues to thrive over the summer!

KP Mixed exit EH Plate competition
In the first round of the England Hockey Mixed Plate, Knole Park failed to take their early chances in a 6-1 loss to Gore Court. In a really enjoyable match, Gore Court proved to be too strong in the end and ran out winners in the final stages. A goal from Phoebe Gough-Cooper kept the match alive for a short time, but it wasn’t enough on this occasion.



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