Girl's Hockey News

2017-18 Season

All results/reports by Mr Wilson (senior teams) and Miss Desmond (junior teams) unless otherwise stated

3 December

Gordonstoun vs Robert Gordon's

U15 XI lost 0-3 played against a really good RGC team who moved the ball very quickly and skilfully. However, our girls defended superbly well and were unlucky not to score.

U14 XI lost 1-3 in a really good, competitive match in which the girls stepped up well.

11 November

Gordonstoun vs Strathallan

The Junior teams travelled to Strathallan where they were unable to match very strong, competitive Strathallan teams.

9 November

1st XI lost 2-5 to Fettes in the Scottish Schools' Plate in a very competitive match.

8 November

U14 XI drew 1-1 with Quasar in a good tight match.

U15 XI lost 0-5 to Loretto in a tough Cup match.

4 November

In the Senior Girls' Inter-House Hockey, Windmill beat Plewlands in the final of a great competiton.

1 November

2nd XI recorded a good 2-1 win against Quasar HC.

9 October

Gordonstoun vs Quasar HC

U13 XI won 3-1 playing some really good thinking hockey with three well worked goals.

U11 XI lost 0-5 with some new girls playing - a very enjoyable game.

8 October 

Independent Schools' Tournament, Glenalmond

The 1st XI hockey squad

The team had superb start against Glenalmond to fight back from 0-2 down to draw 2-2 then lost narrowly against Strathallan 1-2. They then bounced back against Fettes after lunch, digging in deep to get a 1-1 draw. The fine margins of one goal meant that they just missed out on a place in the semi-finals.

7 October

Gordonstoun vs Albyn School

1s tXI won 10-1 playing superbly well and scoring some lovely goals

2nd XI lost 1-2 in a very close game. The girls had good chances but were just unable to convert them.

U14 XI drew 0-0 in close game. The girls were unlucky not to score.

U13 XI lost 2-3 a very close match with Albyn scoring late on in the game.

U11 XI lost 0-5 with some of the girls participating in their first match and playing really well.

3 )ctober

Gordonstoun vs Dollar

The first XI were playing against Dollar, the top School Girl in Scotland in the Open Girls' Cup. They played verywell but Dollar were just very clinical at set pieces, winning 9-0

30September

Gordonstoun vs Strathallan

1st XI drew 3-3 playing some great of hockey with Dom S and Chloe D scoring the teams goals

2nd XI played a good game but lost 2-5 with great goals from Charlotte M and Katie C

28 September

Gordonstoun vs Dingwall Academy

U14 XI won 5-3 in a lovely free flowing match.

U13 XI won 8-0 playing some good hockey and scoring some lovely goals.

 

27September

Gordonstoun vs Quasar HC

U15 XI won 3-1 with Katy M scoring two goals and Abbie M the other.

20 September

Gordonstoun vs Quasar HC

1s tXI squad won 9-0 having played some lovely hockey.

18September

Gordonstoun vs Quasar HC

U13 XI won 5-0 in a great performance with lovely team play.

U12 XI won 7-2 in a superb display of quick paced hockey, scoring some great goals.

16 September

Gordonstoun vs St Margaret's Aberdeen 

First XI won 2-1 in a good, hardworking team display.

U15 XI won 2-1 in a tough end to end game and coming out on top.

U14 XI won 1-0 in a much improved performance and the team taking shape nicely.


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