St George’s College wins hockey 6s regional tournament

After a break of 11 years, on Wednesday 4 March 2015, St George’s College, Weybridge won the 37th annual St George’s 6s boys’ hockey tournament.

A strong field of 27 of the best Hockey Schools in the South of England attended as the four groups of seven battled it out to see who would lift the Governor’s Cup.

In the Plate competition, two former St George’s staff found themselves in the final as Hurstpierpoint played Dr Challoners. Hurst came out 8-1 winners with a very talented Sam George being named player of the final.

The 1st Cup semi-final saw Tonbridge victorious over Ipswich. The second saw St George’s College 2-1 down against a talented Woodbridge side with 20seconds left on the clock. With Alex Firth scoring almost immediately, the home side went on to win 4-2 in extra time.

Even though there many weary legs on the field, as a spectacle, the final didn’t disappoint! St George’s came out 3-1 winners but much respect and congratulations must go to a very talented, very young Tonbridge side.

Player of the tournament went to St George’s College England U18 International Evan Kimber. 

What a week for hockey -  also this week, the Under 12 boys were crowned Surrey champions once again this week and the Under 14 boys are through to the South Finals. 

5 March 2015

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