Young stars from March and Wisbech join forces to impress at ‘In2Hockey’ competition

09:00 08 April 2012

Wisbech Boys U10 Hockey Squad

Wisbech Boys U10 Hockey Squad

YOUNG hockey stars from across Fenland joined forces to showcase their skills at the national “In2Hockey” competition.

Youngsters from Wisbech and March united to enter a joint squad of 30 players for the tournament held at the Perse School, in Cambridge.

The girls under-10s produced the performance of the day, finishing second in their group to qualify for the regional round.

The boys under-10s, sponsored by Wisbech Round Table, beat St Ives and Saffron Walden to finish third in their group.

Goals from Ben Darrington, Mark Saunders and Mark Whittome helped the boys under-12s secure third in their group, while the girls under-12s, also finished third.

The clubs thanked Anna Whittome, Rachel Howsam, Sam Dunn, Isaac Chaplain-Barton, Tom Drew and Oliver Osborn for helping with the 12 games.

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