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Hockey - 24. December 2007.

Indoor Internationals Paisley

Indoor Internationals Paisley December 21-23 2007

Friday

Women

Scotland

(0)

3

-

3

(2)

England

Jaime Lyon 23.25 (O.O)

Emily Maguire 30 (O)






Alex Scott 12 (O)

Ashleigh Ball 15 (C)

Emma Thomas 37 (C)


 

Women

Scotland



-



England

 

Saturday

Women

Scotland

(1)

3

-

3

(2)

England

Emma Rochlin 10 (S)

Julie Bryce 25 (PC)

Elspeth Cockburn 38 (O)






Alex Scott 4.23 (O.O)

Heather Batten 15 (O)

Manager Matt Jones reported that there are a lot of positives to take out a second 3 – 3 draw and he feels that

the team can go on and win tomorrow and so clinch the series. Alex Scott having made it 3 goals in the two games

did pick up a yellow card. An update on Ashleigh Ball, the knuckle is broken but hasn’t had to be pinned, which is a positive but it has now been plastered and the arm put in a sling. I understand that the men have had a training

match with Menzieshill this morning at Largs prior to this afternoon’s game.








       

 








Sunday

Women

Scotland



-



England

 

Women

Scotland

(2)

6

-

4

(2)

England

Vikki Bunce 3.33 (O.O)

Kaz Marshall 13 (C)

Nikki Kidd 23.26 (O.O)

Julie Bryce 40 (O)






Sally Walton 14 (C)

Emma Thomas 20 (C)

Cathy Gilliatt-Smith 21.24 (O.O)

Manager Matt Jones said that whilst it was disappointing to lose the series I – 0, it has to be seen in the context

that it was the first competitive tournament in possibly 10 years. There are a lot of positives to take out of the weekend with the squad gelling together and another training weekend to come before the trip to Vienna on January 2, things hopefully should only improve








       

 








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