Congratulations to Julie Lonergan who will be playing for Scotland u16s this weekend in three test matches vs Ulster at Jordanstown in Belfast 7-9th June 2013. Good luck Julie.
Congratulations to the Girls who won the Scottish Cup on Saturday 25th at Peffermill. In a trilling game they came from behind to win 5-4 against Edinburgh University. Nicky Skrastin, Catriona Ralph, Holly Cram, and Susan McGilveray bagged the goals. The decisive spell can in the second half when from 1-3 down the girls stormed into a 5-3 lead before Sam Judge reduced the deficit to one with 10 minutes to go but the girls held out to the end.
Clydesdale Western take on Edinburgh Uni in the Scottish Cup Final at Peffermill on Saturday. The game is previewed on the Scottish Hockey website.
Good luck to the girls.
Congratulation to Clydesdale Western for winning Club Champions’ Challenge II with a 4-0 win over Rottwiess Wettingen in Prague today. The goals came from Holly Cram, Cat Ralph , Susan McGilvarey and Jenny Eadie.
Final February 9th Perth.
The boys contested the u18s Cup Final vs Grange in the showcase game at Perth. The boys went down 1-0 early on to a Murdo Elwis goal but Murray Collins equalised. Hamish Imrie put Grange in front before Murray and Patrick Lonergan put Clydesdale up 3-2, but unfortunately that was as good as it got as Grange took their chances and scored their corners to run out 5-3 with more goals from Imrie, Elwis and Gough. Highlights of the game are on youtube .
Team – Gordon Clark, Gordon Amour, Murray Collins, John Joe Lonergan, Patrick Lonergan, Jock Breckenridge, Archie Breckenridge, Chris McFadden, Antony Small. (James Nairn played in qualifying)
13 January Qualifying – Perth
Clydesdale won their first 2 games vs Gordonians 4-2 and Dundee Wanderers 7-2 meant they were through to the semi-final regardless of the result in the last game vs Watsonians which was a 5-5 draw. Who would it be in the semi-final, Kelburne or Grange? Grange won the decisive game 8-5 leaving Kelburne to qualify as runners up and play Clydesdale in the semi.
The semi was a tense affair – never more than 2 goals in it Clydesdale never conceded the lead and eventually won through 8-7. Our second final in three years. Grange won their semi also in a close match 5-4 vs Watsonians.