King’s Lynn U15 adapt roller hockey style to remain unbeaten and top

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King’s Lynn Roller Hockey Club under-15’s team remain unbeaten and top at Division II after travelling for a tournament at Rickmansworth at the weekend.

There they played hosts Rickmansworth, ECU and Skaters.

Lynn had to change their usual gameplay due to the slow playing surface of the pitch.

Instead of the fast pace passing and hard shooting game the team had to control the game with slow build up passing to get in position in front of goal to score with flicks and chips at close range.

Lynn were well led by their captain Joseph Hawes who helped each member of the team to get on the score sheet and made sure his team defended well with only one goal being scored.

Reserve goalkeeper Imogen Senter had to step in for the regular goalkeeper who is away on England duty and had an amazing tournament.

She kept her cool to save a penalty against ECU and only conceded one goal in the three matches.

Final scores: Lynn 6 – Rickmansworth 1 (goal scorers Miles Hovel, Joseph Hawes, Ria Griffin, Keaton Vincent 3); Lynn 2 – ECU 0 (scorers Easter and Hovel); Lynn 9 - Skaters 0 (scorers Hovel 2, Hawes 2, Easter 3, Vincent, Griffin).

Team: Ria Griffin, Joseph Hawes (C), Myah Meyer Easter, Miles Hovel, Imogen Senter (GK), Keaton Vincent.

Thanks to MKH Building Supplies Ltd for their continue support.