Poverty Bay girls remain unbeaten at hockey tournament

Chloe Kapene scored four goals

Chloe Kapene scored four goals

Bay girls remain unbeaten

POVERTY Bay girls have continued their impressive run at the Rawleigh Trophy under-13 hockey tournament in Levin.

Poverty Bay topped their pool after a 5-0 whitewash of Taranaki — Chloe Kapene scored four goals — and a 2-0 win against Manawatu.

They followed that up yesterday with a 1-1 draw with Wairarapa, Elle Williams scoring the goal, and a 1-1 draw with Hawke’s Bay, Brooke Brown scoring.

The Poverty Bay boys’ team had their first loss of the Curtis Cup u13 tournament in Stratford — they lost 2-0 to Rangitikei on Tuesday — then drew 1-1 with Hawke’s Bay, William Matthews scoring.

Matthews scored again yesterday in a 2-1 loss to Wellington. The Bay bounced back from that with a 4-0 victory over Taranaki. Matthews, Noah Torrance-Cribb, Jarred Knight and Sam Gaddum scored the goals.

Benteke hoping for quick return

Bay girls remain unbeaten

POVERTY Bay girls have continued their impressive run at the Rawleigh Trophy under-13 hockey tournament in Levin.

Poverty Bay topped their pool after a 5-0 whitewash of Taranaki — Chloe Kapene scored four goals — and a 2-0 win against Manawatu.

They followed that up yesterday with a 1-1 draw with Wairarapa, Elle Williams scoring the goal, and a 1-1 draw with Hawke’s Bay, Brooke Brown scoring.

The Poverty Bay boys’ team had their first loss of the Curtis Cup u13 tournament in Stratford — they lost 2-0 to Rangitikei on Tuesday — then drew 1-1 with Hawke’s Bay, William Matthews scoring.

Matthews scored again yesterday in a 2-1 loss to Wellington. The Bay bounced back from that with a 4-0 victory over Taranaki. Matthews, Noah Torrance-Cribb, Jarred Knight and Sam Gaddum scored the goals.

Benteke hoping for quick return

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