The Bermuda Field Hockey Women’s League Division resumed at the National Sports Center with 7 goals scored in a double header.
Canaries 4 Sandpipers 0
In the opener the Canaries defeated the Sandpipers 4 - 0. Abbie MacEachin opened the scoring in the 34th minute with a Field Goal, the lead was doubled with a second MacEachin Field Goal in the 41st minute.
Nicole Andersen would score the Canaries third goal from a Penalty Corner in the 44th minute, and then MacEachin would complete her hat-trick with a Penalty Corner goal in the 51st minute.
Swallows 3 Ravens 0
The Swallows pulled off a shocking 3 - 0 win over the Ravens, with all three goals coming inside the first 20 minutes of the match.
The Swallows took a 1 - 0 lead in the 2nd minute through a Kelli Nusum Field Goal, five minutes later it was 2 - 0 when Natasha Halliman scored from a Penalty Corner.
The third goal came off the stick of Jo Heaney in the 19th minute scoring a Field Goal.
Friday, March 24, 2017
Ravens & Budgies Draw at the Sports Center
Ravens 0 Budgies 0
The top of the table clash in the Bermuda Hockey Federation’s Women’s Division between the Ravens and Budgies ended in a scoreless draw.
A large crowd was on hand to witness the battle to determine who would be in the driver seat for the race to the League Title.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Bermuda Ball Hockey Final All Square
The Bermuda Ball Hockey Play-offs will go to a Game Three Tie breaker. The Sarnia Sting and Vancouver Giants are tied at one game apiece.
Vancouver Giants 4 Sarnia Sting 1
The Vancouver Giants took a 1 - 0 series lead following their 4 - 1 win over the Sarnia Sting. Cameron Poland scored all four goals for the Vancouver Giants, while the lone Sarnia Sting goal came off the stick of Christopher Scott.
Sarnia Sting 4 Vancouver Giants 3 - Over-Time
The Sarnia Sting entered the game down 1 - 0, but they took a 1 - 0 lead in the First Period with a goal off the stick of Mathieu Desjardins. The Vancouver Giants would go ahead 2 - 1 in the Second Period with back to back goals from Cory Caouette. In the Final Period the Vancouver Giants would go ahead 3 - 1 with a Warren Miller goal, but the Sarnia Sting would get two goals from Christopher Scott to send the game into Over-Time.
The Sarnia Sting got the all important goal in the Over-Time period off the stick of Jeff Morash.
Sunday, March 19, 2017
BHF Ladies Division Round Up
Swallows 2 Bluebirds 0
The Swallows picked up an important win at the National Sports Center as they defeated the Bluebirds 2 – 0.
Ciara Brady scored a Field Goal for the Swallows in the 11th minute to make it 1 – 0 and in the 60th minute Nicola Stoddart scored a Field Goal to double the swallows lead and record the win.
Sandpipers 0 Longtails 4
The battle of youngsters in the league saw the Longtails defeat the Sandpipers 4 - 0. Tihana Booth gave the Longtails the lead in the 28th minute scoring a Field Goal, Delia Cooper doubled the lead in the 32nd minute also connecting with a Field Goal. A Field Goal in the 34th minute off the stick of Pier Simmons made the score 3 - 0 and then one minute later Robin Stempel scored a Field Goal to extend the Longtails lead to 4 - 0.
Monday, March 13, 2017
Bermuda Ball Hockey Play-offs Round Up
The 2016/17 Bermuda Ball Hockey Season has moved into the Play-off’s and on Game Day One the Vancouver Giants and Sarnia Sting have taken a 1 - 0 lead in their Series, a total of 17 goals were scored at the PCC Hockey Rink.
Vancouver Giants 8 Gatineau Olympiques 3
The Vancouver Giants got a hat-trick off the stick of Cameron Poland as they defeated the Gatineau Olympiques 8 - 3.
Warren Miller added two goals, while John Duda, Cory Caouette and Mckay Shane all added a goal each. Matthew Fullerton, Christopher Merritt and Jm Tremblay all scored a goal each for the Gatineau Olympiques.
Sarnia Sting 5 Halifax Mooseheads 1
The Sarnia Sting defeated the Halifax Mooseheads 5 - 1 in the nightcap, Christopher Scott and Jeff Morash scored two goals each for the Sarnia Sting, with Adam Mattatall adding the other, while Jeffrey Loper scored the lone goal for the Halifax Mooseheads.