Dominant win for the Magpies in Parkes A Grade men's hockey

A GRADE MEN

Magpies Black were too strong for Cellars winning 13-0.

Regan Hotham led the charge with a five goal haul with doubles from Aaron Wright, Conor Dwarte and Jason Wright and one goal to Koby Johnstone.

Magpies dominated the best and fairest points with Kyle Thompson best on ground and Aaron Wright, Regan Hotham, Conor Dwarte and Aaron Drabsch all performing strongly.

Star Budgies performed strongly defeating Rovers 6-1.

The match saw hat-tricks from Taylor Dolbel and Jack Elliott with Declan Nabbs scoring the lone goal for Rovers.

Strong performances were had by Taylor Dolbel and Jack Elliott for Budgies and Nic Job for Rovers.

B GRADE MEN

Middleton were in fine form defeating Marist 6-0.

Tim Welsh and Jack Buerckner nabbed two goals apiece with Nick Kelly and Matt Welsh also adding to the tally.

Barry Reeves, Tim Welsh and Tobey Thorne were exceptional for Middleton with Tristan Hanstock, Liam Moody and Grant Rousell never giving up for Marist.

Rovers Gold and Magpies Black played out a tight 1-1 draw with the youngsters on both teams stepping up.

Isaac White and Cody Kirk played well for Magpies with veteran, Luke Greenwood, strong for Rovers.

Magpies White defeated Rovers Gorillas 3-1 in an exciting match.

Trent Thomson was in good form in the circle knocking in two nice goals for Magpies, with youngster Tommy Searl in his usual impressive form also scoring.

Mat Swindle scored a smart goal for Gorillas.

Angus Arndell and Tommy Searl were best for Magpies with old timers Jim Daley, Jason Thomson and Joe Kinsela turning back the clock for Gorillas.

Cellars Black defeated Cellars Aqua 2-1 in a great match between club-mates.

Daniel Buckmaster knocked in two goals for Black with Nick Gibson converting for Aqua.

Dane Hendry was best on the ground for Aqua with Steve Collins, Jack Rice and Toby Collins all playing well for Black.

B GRADE WOMEN

Marist put together a good team performance defeating Cellars 3-0.

Two smart goals from the talented Jordan Moody set the platform for Marist with Fran Dixon sealing the victory with a late goal.

Jordan Moody was outstanding once again with Fran Dixon also impressive for Marist.

Cindy Nutley and Annette Orr worked tirelessly all match for Cellars.

Eagles just edged out Star Budgies 2-1 in a close encounter.

Danielle McManus and Cherie Simpson both scored for Eagles with Carmen Amor converting for Budgies.

Stand outs for Eagles were Cherie Simpson, Tina Nash, Kathryn Moore and Sharnie Nagorcka with Jo Payseno and Stephanie Farr strong for Budgies.

Magpies Black and Magpies Academy played out a close 1-1 draw.

Youngster, Laura Jones, was impressive scoring a nice goal for Black with Jen Hunt levelling for Academy.

Bria Constable, Katie Tanswell and Laura Jones played well for Black with Isla Skinner and Sophie Wright impressive for Academy.

Magpies White defeated Rovers Gold 3-0 playing a nice team game.

Eliza Creith was in her usual form in the circle knocking in two goals with Kate Shambrook also pouncing on an opportunity.

Best for Magpies were Eliza Creith, Kate Shambrook, Lisa Clarke and Chantel Constable.

Chloe Carty and Naomi Bolt had their usual strong games for Rovers.

Rovers Black defeated Middleton Coachman 4-1.

Carla Peden took all her opportunities in the circle scoring a hat-trick with Chloe McCarthy also scoring for Rovers.

Tracie Sams scored the lone goal for Middleton.

Best for Rovers were Carla Peden, Codie Sense and Ashleigh Sense with Olivia Noakes, Cherie Simpson and Tracie Sams playing well for Middleton.

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