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 118 I THE HYMERIAN
GIRLS’ GENERAL
  Team Playing Statistics:
        Age Level Played Won Drawn Lost Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference
        Girls First 28 8 2 18 43 60 -17
        Girls’ 2nd Team 9 2 3 4 11 15 -4
        Girls’ 3rd Team 3 0 1 2 0 12 -12
        Girls’ U16 6 1 1 4 4 12 -8
        Girls’ U15A 10 2 3 5 14 20 -6
        Girls’ U15B 8 2 2 4 6 20 -14
        Girls’ U14 9 6 1 2 21 16 5
          Girls’ U14B 7 0 2 5 1 38 -37
        Girls’ U13 11 4 2 5 31 45 -14
          Girls’ U13B 11 7 2 2 39 14 25
        U13C 6 3 1 2 17 27 -10
          U13 D 4 2 0 2 5 10 -5
        U13E 100102 -2
          U12A 12 6 1 5
        U12B 12 6 6 0
        U12C 5 3 1 1 11 9 2
          U12D 4 3 1 0 11 0 11
         Another fantastic year of Girls’ Hockey at Hymers! This year the school fielded 18 outdoor teams and 5 indoor teams, with in excess of 220 girls playing in over 175 competitive matches against other schools and having a lot of fun along the way!
The Girls’ hockey term got off to a flyer, well actually a ferry ride, with an incredible First team tour to Holland. When we returned to Hull, it was our turn to play
host, as Palermo Chico Collegio from Buenos Aires in Argentina arrived for a competitive fixture. This was made all the more special by some boisterous support from the entire cohort of girls in Year 7! We ran out comprehensive winners in the fixture, but the hosting of the touring party afterwards was the real highlight and gave Isabella the opportunity to collect some snapchat friends from Argentina, to go along with the Belgian, Dutch and Canadians she acquired on tour.
Yet again, Inter Form hockey proved a real highlight
for the vast majority of girls in the school. A change
of format in Year 7-10 ensured that all girls played
and contributed to the overall result. With each form entering A & B teams and the results of each game having the same value, it meant that every minute of play mattered. There was fantastic camaraderie and sportsmanship on show in every competition. However overall it was a resounding win for C forms, who were victorious in all bar one year and therefore claim the Prescott Cup for 2017. There were some fabulous team performances over the course of the season, which brought success in competitions. The Year 7s travelled to Loughborough Grammar School to participate in their
invitational tournament; it was their first big away trip of the year and the U12Bs played superbly, winning the plate competition. More importantly, girls from different forms were able to integrate and socialise, making new friends early on in the school year.
The U18 indoor side were unfortunate to be eliminated in the North Finals on penalty strokes by Wakefield Girls, but looked a very accomplished side throughout. Following the trend of recent years, the U18, U16, U14 and U13 outdoor teams made it through to the North East finals. The U14s and U13s progressed in style as Humberside Champions.
Finally thanks to all the staff who have enabled us to play, enjoy and develop in the sport we love. It’s been a great year in a number of ways, and we are all looking forward to next year’s hockey at Hymers.
  Girls’ Hockey First Indoor Squad
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