Felsted hockey teams reach national cup quarter-finals

PUBLISHED: 16:28 06 December 2016 | UPDATED: 16:28 06 December 2016

Felsted School U19s are through to the national quarter-finals

Felsted School U19s are through to the national quarter-finals

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Two Felsted School girls’ hockey teams are through to the National quarter-finals of the SMILE Independent Schools Hockey Cup.

Felsted School U15s are through to the national quarter-finalsFelsted School U15s are through to the national quarter-finals

Felsted U19 girls triumphed over Alleyns School after a tense game that went to flicks after the game finished 2-2.

A redoubled effort and a skilful final save gave Felsted their 4-3 win which saw them safely through to the final eight.

Felsted U15s followed close behind the very next day, securing their place in the quarters with a skilled win over Worth School.

Head of Felsted Hockey Loren Sherer said: “The girls showed a tremendous amount of character and focus.

“Both teams executed exceptionally well under the pressure and deserved to go through to the national quarter-final.”

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