Central Women’s Masters Representatives

ACT Masters

Central’s ACT 2014 Masters Representatives: (L-R) Nat Johnson (O35s), Belinda Manning (O35s), Catherine Dooley (O60s), Penny Woolford (O45s), Jess Bingley (Coach O35s), Trina Dooley (O35s), Wendy Black (O60s) and Sam Clark (O35s)

The 2014 Australian Women’s Masters Championships were held in Darwin from July 10 until July 19 in which 8 Central representatives took part.

The Jess Bingley led ACT O35s Women had a rollercoaster battle against illness and injury throughout the tournament to finish 5th. ACT were only narrowly defeated 1-0 by eventual finalists QLD and NSW. The O35s contained 4 Central players – Nat Johnson, Belinda ‘BC’ Manning, Trina Dooley and Sam Clark.

Over 35s Results
Game 1 – NSW 1 def. ACT 0
Game 2 – QLD 1 def. ACT 0
Game 3 – TAS 3 def. ACT 2
Game 4 – WA 3 def. ACT 0
Game 5 – ACT 5 def. NT 0

Final result – 5th

The ACT O45s finished their round games in 3rd position after four close games. Central was represented by Penny Woolford in the ACT O45s.

Over 45s Results
Game 1 – QLD 1 def. ACT 0
Game 2 – ACT 0 drew NSW 0
Game 3 – ACT 0 drew WA 0
Game 4 – ACT 2 def. NT 1
Game 5 – BYE
Game 6 – ACT 3 def. SA 0

The ACT O60s finished their round games in 4th position with two wins and three losses. Central was represented by Catherine Dooley and Wendy Black.

Over 60s Results
Game 1 – WA 1 def. ACT 0
Game 2 – ACT 1 def. NT 0
Game 3 – NSW 2 def. ACT 0
Game 4 – ACT 2 def. QLD 0
Game 5 – VIC 2 def. ACT 0

Congratulations to all Central players on your effort and achievement.

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Central U21 Women’s Representative

Tina 21s ACT

Central’s Tina Taseska was a part of the Bronze Medal winning ACT U21 team in Perth, WA.

The 2014 Under 21 Women’s Australian Championships were held in Perth, WA from July 1 until July 12 and Central’s CL1 player Tina Taseska was part of the bronze medal winning ACT team.

ACT started the tournament well with a 2-1 win of Tasmania on Day 1 before falling short in a 9-0 defeat to eventual winners NSW on Day 2.

Day 3 saw ACT defeat South Australia 2-1 before going down 3-2 to Western Australia on Day 4. The ACT team came up on top on Day 5 with a 3-1 win over Victoria and despite a 5-2 loss at the hands of Queensland on Day 7, ACT still performed well enough to make the Semi Finals.

ACT went down 4-1 in their Day 8 Semi Final, which was a much closer game against NSW. ACT were able to defeat South Australia 1-0 in their final 3rd vs. 4th Classification match on Day 9 to bring home the bronze medal.

Congratulations to Central’s Tina Taseska on helping the ACT U21s bring home the bronze medal.

 

http://www.hockeyact.org.au/News/under-21-womens-championships-results-63226

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Central U21s Men’s Representatives

Central's U21 Men Representatives

Central’s Matthew Forman, Thomson Stuckey, Liam Hackett-Hanson and Sean Baker represented ACT at the Australian Under 21 Championships in Sydney, NSW.

 

The 2014 Under 21 Men’s Australian Championships were held in Sydney, NSW from June 30 until July 11. Central Hockey Club was well represented in the ACT U21 Men side with four players taking part in the championship – Matt Forman, Thomson Stuckey, Liam Hackett-Hansson and Sean Baker.

The ACT outfit got away to a good start of the tournament with a 6-1 thrashing of South Australia on Day 1 before going down to Northern Territory 5-3 on Day 2, and Tasmania 7-3 on Day 3 where Liam Hackett-Hansson got on the board 24 minutes in to claim one of ACT’s three goals.

Day 4 brought a 9-1 defeat to the hands of a strong NSW outfit before Day 5’s close tussle saw ACT narrowly defeated 5-4 by Victoria. Hackett-Hansson was the first to put ACT on the board again 26 minutes into the match. ACT’s final two goals were scored in the final minute of play ensuring that players stayed switched on right until the final whistle.

The ACT Men went down 3-1 to QLD on Day 6 and down to Western Australia 5-3 on Day 7, with Thomson Stuckey putting a goal away 5 minutes from fulltime.

ACT won their 6th vs. 7th Classification match 5-2 against Northern Territory on Day 8 before falling to the hands of Tasmania 5-1 on day 9 to finish the tournament in sixth position.

Congratulations to the four Central Men who took part in this championship.

 

http://www.hockeyact.org.au/News/under-21-mens-championships-results-63225

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