Hockey: Felsted’s under-16 boys are Essex champions

13:02 31 January 2014

The Felsted under-16 boys’ hockey team: Back from left, Stefan Warner, Max Boyce, Tom Pohl, George Hitchcock, Ben Dodgson (GK), Archie Halls, Alex Gilham, George Pohl and Archie Lucas. Bottom row from left, Tom Lane-Feldman, Hamish Cock, Charlie Broom, Alex Jackson (capt), Ed Padfield and Marcus Stolte.

The Felsted under-16 boys’ hockey team: Back from left, Stefan Warner, Max Boyce, Tom Pohl, George Hitchcock, Ben Dodgson (GK), Archie Halls, Alex Gilham, George Pohl and Archie Lucas. Bottom row from left, Tom Lane-Feldman, Hamish Cock, Charlie Broom, Alex Jackson (capt), Ed Padfield and Marcus Stolte.

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The Felsted under-16 boys’ hockey team were crowned Essex champions last week.

The tournament took the form of a simple round robin and the Felsed team cruised to the victory, with heavy wins over Forest (10-0), Bancrofts and Chigwell (both 4-1).

Alex Jackson and George Hitchcock were in particularly fine scoring form throughout the day.

Head of boys hockey, Nick Phillips, was delighted with the team’s efforts.

“The boys played some impressive, free-flowing hockey, but I am particularly pleased with the teamwork, behaviour and spirit they demonstrated throughout the day,” he said.

The team will now compete in the east section of the competition on March 4 at Bedford.

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