Photos/Video/Results: Women’s Hockey League

November 22, 2012

Bermuda Hockey Federation league action continued on Sunday [Nov 18] at the National Sports Centre in Devonshire with three games being played.

Canaries 0 Swallows 6

The Swallows defeated the Canaries 6 – 0 in the first Women’s Division game of the day. The Swallows went in front in the 7th minute when Liz Stewart scored a Field Goal.

Danielle Williams doubled the Swallows lead with a Field Goal in the 16th minute and scored another Field Goal four minutes later to make it 3 – 0. Shallan Dennis made it 4 – 0 in the 31st minute with a Field Goal before Stewart scored again in the 34th minute, this time from a Penalty Corner. Mallory Towlson closed out the scoring with a Field Goal in the 55th minute.

Budgies 2 Ravens 0

After a scoreless first half Keishae Robinson gave the Budgies the lead in the 55th minute from a Penalty Corner. Ten minutes later Robinson scored again from a Penalty Corner to help the Budgies defeat the Ravens 2 – 0.

Wildcats 4 Longtails 0

The Wildcats went in front in the 30th minute when Suzanne Moniz scored a Field Goal. Fifteen minutes later Moniz scored her second Field Goal of the game making the score 2 – 0. Susanna Almeida put the Wildcats ahead 3 – 0 in the 49th minute when she converted a Field Goal and then Ryce Trott scored a 56th minute Penalty Corner goal for the Wildcats as they defeated the Longtails 4 – 0.

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