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U13B v Old Buckenham Hall (L 4-0)

The RHS players started off really slowly despite a lengthy warm up and were soon bombarded by OBH attacks which resulted in 3 quick goals. The girls redeemed themselves in the second half and started to play some good flowing hockey. Unfortunately Goal Keeper Molly Irving was injured and had to be replaced. OBH managed to score resulting in a 4-0 defeat. Molly Williamson added strength to the RHS attack and Captain Holly Folkard-Smith showed her usual solid defensive skills as Centre midfield.

U12A v St Joseph’s College (L 2-1)

An early goal from Molly Entwistle put the RHS team in a commanding position however St Jo’s scored before half time and then again against the run of play early in the second half. The RHS team, despite numerous long corners, could not convert. Player of the match was Charlotte Stenning in defence. Final score 2-1.

U12B v St Joseph’s College (W 3-0)

Starting off full of confidence RHS played some very good hockey using each other and looking for the early pass. A great goal from Amelia Anderson started the ball rolling and then Morgan Thomas added 2 more in the second half. Freya Guckian had a good game as left midfielder as did Lily Provan in defence. Rosie Butler had her best game yet in goal.

U13A v St Joseph’s College (W 7-0)

The A team played away at St Jo’s and proved the stronger team coming home triumphant. Tilly Arulampalam scored 3 goals, Millie Salter 2, Tor Williams 1 and Catie Bennett another 1. The player of the match was Catie Bennett for her outstanding performance as striker.

U13B v St Joseph’s College (D 1-1)

The B team played a very even match and the final score of 1-1 was a fair reflection of the play. Molly Williamson and Lucy Wilsher player very well and Lauryn Marshall scored an excellent goal. Player of the match was Shennise Robertson.

2nd XI v Ipswich High (L 1-0)

The second XI suffered a cruel defeat to Ipswich High on Thursday as they conceded with the last touch of the game to lose 1-0. Some bright runs from Chloe Tribe and Cesca Morelli threatened for RHS but no breakthrough came until the visitors capitalised on a final play short corner.

2nd XI v Woodbridge (L 2-1)

The second XI lost 2-1 away at Woodbridge on Saturday. A weakened team went 2-0 down before an excellent goal from Flo Peacock got RHS back within touching distance. Despite a much stronger second half, RHS couldn’t score another and were unfortunate to finish 2-1 down.

3rd XI v Woodbridge (D 0-0)

The 3rds played an end to end thrilling match away at Woodbridge, but remained goalless. RHS had a stronger second half and Tabitha Palmer showed determination throughout. Some excellent saves from Alice Vickers ensured a 0-0 finish.

U14 v Woodbridge (D 2-2)

The U14A team continued their season against a well-drilled Woodbridge team; RHS raced out of the blocks and took a two goal lead thanks to good play from Captain Beth Dwerryhouse. In the first twenty minutes RHS played their best hockey of the season with Kyla Conway and Amelia Kightley-Webb looking particularly strong. However, after such a good first half RHS were guilty of taking their foot off the pedal and allowed Woodbridge to come into the game. Despite some very good performances, RHS could not maintain their lead and the game finished 2-2. Player of the match was Amelia Kightley-Webb.

U15A v Woodbridge (W 4-0)

The whole team really pulled together last week to earn an excellent 4-0 victory over Woodbridge. Although determined from the start and leading 2-0 at half time, the players did not really show their true colours until the second half. Olivia Jones scored twice with deflections from crosses and Millie Orr added two, one from a short corner set piece and one from a deflection from the goal keeper. The team kept their composure and structure showing skills gained in practice and training. Well Done!

1st XI v Ipswich High (D 0-0)

Tuesday saw the 1st XI take on local rivals Ipswich. A hugely frustrating game as all four forwards bombarded the Ipswich goal. Emily Davidson Brett, Charlie Baldwin- Cole, Beth Richardson and Annie Fenton were all beaten by the superb goal keeping skills of the Ipswich keeper. The score ended in a goalless draw.