Robins, Tigers victory

CHHA. In both divisions of the Circular Head Hockey Association Grand Final, Robins and Tigers fought for the title.  The action started swiftly as Division Three launched Saturday’s proceedings.  Andy Crole scored within two minutes of the game for Tigers though it did not take long for Robins to reply as Jenny Poke drew the …

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Robins’ double victory

CHHA. Tigers and Robins will feature in both divisions of the Circular Head Hockey Association Grand Final this weekend after defeating Irishtown and Mustangs to take the spot. In the Preliminary Final played on Saturday, Irishtown and Robins fought for the Division Two premiership place. Robins were switched on from the start, pressing into offence. …

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Tigers take on Grand Final 

CHHA. Tigers have claimed the first of the Circular Head Hockey Association Grand Final places.  Both the Division Two and Division Three sides earned victories in the Semi Final to secure a clean passage to the premiership match.  Irishtown challenged Tigers in Div Two on Saturday, and as per previous meetings, a close contest ensued.  The …

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Final round action

CHHA. The end of the Circular Head Hockey Association season brought a mixed bag of results. On Saturday in Division Three, Irishtown and Mustangs went head to head. Katelyn Cramer and Ara Popowski supported their respective teams to top the voting alongside Bianca West and Paige Ferguson for Irishtown and Tei Popowski and Demmi Popowski for …

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Hockey reaches heights

CHHA. As Circular Head Hockey Association eases into the end of the season, Division Two’s Tigers and Irishtown demonstrated a strong and stubborn contest. Both teams came out firing into the first term, moving the ball from backline to backline. Irishtown put the first score on the board when Georgie Finch broke out of defence …

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Playing in the elements

CHHA. Wind and rain made for poor conditions in Monday night’s two Circular Head Hockey Association games. In the evening’s first game, between Division Two’s Robins and Tigers, players were in a constant battle with the elements. Play moved from end to end with neither team able to capitalise on scoring opportunities and all goals …

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Irishtown’s weekend of wins

CHHA. Irishtown Hockey Club claimed three victories from three games during Circular Head Hockey Association Division Two and Three proceedings recently. The Div Two side took on Tigers on Saturday, earning the scoreboard advantage in the first term as Donna House converted the opening goal in the dying minutes of the first quarter. In the …

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Division Two dominance

CHHA. In recent Circular Head Hockey Association action, Division Two produced a double-header while Div Three teams took a break from the competition. Last Wednesday, Irishtown met with Robins in a feature match. Robins moved into attack forcing Irishtown’s defence to switch on in the opening minutes before play was launched back into the midfield. …

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Fielding passion, intensity

CHHA. Division Two teams Tigers and Robins battled a fiercely contested game in the Circular Head Hockey Association on Saturday. Robins began the game with purpose and intensity, transferring the ball across the field with accuracy to result in a penalty corner. Leah House converted the goal to gain the advantage. Increasing in momentum, Robins …

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Foggy nights

CHHA. Circular Head Hockey Association action produced high scoring encounters during round 11. On Saturday in Division Three, Tigers and Mustangs fought for dominance. Tigers’ Sarah Kay and Melissa Dodd each notched a hat trick, supported by single scores from Andy Crole and Jodi Smith to take the total to eight goals for the side. Despite …

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