The 1st XI hockey boys finished their season with a clinical performance against Langley. The match was played at a somewhat sedentary pace in the first half, allowing Woodbridge to put together a good passing game and score four textbook goals. The combination of excellent build up play in midfield to get the ball up the pitch, good forward leading and positioning and careful final passes did the trick. Woodbridge’s conversion rate was excellent and they made full use this time round of their chances. Oli B, Charlie M (2) and captain, Toby were the goal scorers in the first half, with Langley managing one in response rather against the run of play. The second half was quieter by contrast, but Joshua and Saxon (2) were on target to round off some fine team moves and rubber stamp a convincing victory.
Well done and thanks to each player for their commitment and effort in the season. So much progress was made and a true team was the result. Passion! Power! Persistence!
Congratulations to our four Year 13s who finished their Woodbridge School hockey career on a very positive note. Toby, Ollie, Dom and Saxon… you will be missed.