Cambridge HC vs London GD



Cambridge HC31Win
London GD20Loss




Finally, the day arrived when the CHC women’s team was represented in the league again. The team consists some players known to the club for years and also some new arrivals.

The team started the game showing a bit of lack of confidence in attack and somewhat unorganised defence. Coach Garcia decided to mix the team up by making some changes to the positions of some of the players, which helped the attacks to became more focused on safe but quick passes and building the attacks with patience. In defence, the players began communicating in order to support the goalkeepers, where field players  that  took turns in having a go. This saw the team into the break with a 6 goal lead at 16-10.

The 2nd half brought a solid defence and attack where the team worked well as a unit. However, 10 minutes into the 2nd half, the concentration was lost and players started to make wrong decisions and losing the ball. The opponent began to close the gap as CHC was not being able to find the answer of the 5-1 defence. The coach decided to call the time out and reminded the team to work together more and asked the players to focus on the game instead of complaining to the referee or letting the line player scoring 3-4 times in a row from the same position.

The instructions were taken by the girls and they shown some really good play despite having no training together prior to this game.

Overall, this is a great achievement by the team – winning their 1st game. Now they are looking forward to playing in Brighton next Sunday.



Date Time League Season
October 4, 2015 2:30 pm women's RDL regular league 2015/2016


Sporthouse, RM8 2JR
Sporthouse, Dagenham RM8 2JR, United Kingdom

Cambridge HC

# Player Position 2 min RC YC Goals Interceptions
16Pippa MuganBack00000
12Erika PolgárBack00010
2Anka HBack00000
4Nikoletta RauBack00080
5Ágnes FögleinBack00060
7Alexandra VaideanuBack00040
15Grété MorkvénaitéBack000120
 Total 000310

London GD

Position 2 min RC YC Goals Interceptions