Report by: Alex Ainscow (Ladies’ 1st Team Captain) Following on from Wednesday outstanding performance, 10 of our finest girls hoped in the bus to get to Surrey joined by SUWPC Ladies’ Team’s no. 1 fan/ cheerleader/stand-in coach Harrington, plus our real qualified coach Mikey. We arrived nice and early (classic) and had lots of time to get in the zone, remember how shot clocks work and eye … Continue reading Surrey Tournament 2017 OUR BEST PERFORMANCE IN 1.5 YEARS!!!!!!!!!
Report by: Alex Ainscow (Ladies’ 1st Team Captain) Game: Southampton vs. UCL (29/11/17) Last Wednesday saw the girls feeling confident against UCL with a strong team, lots of subs and our most recent addition – Mikey the coach, the best thing to happen to the girls’ team since sliced bread. We started the game strongish with 1 goal from Mary to their 4 (as promised we’re starting to shake … Continue reading Girls 1sts put up their best fight yet!
Report by: Alex Ainscow (Ladies 1st Capt.) Game: Southampton Ladies’s 1st vs. Exeter (25/10/17) The girls are back for the season and with 10 old girls and fresher Esme in goal, we were ready to take on Exeter, especially knowing we might actually be able to score some goals this year against them as they had lost/sacked/abandoned their star goalie – great for us! The first quarter was fairly bleak … Continue reading First Team’s First Match produces our 6 First Goals
Report by: Hana Ellingham (Ladies’ 2nd Captain) Game: Southampton Ladies’ 2nds vs Cardiff Met Ladies Looking not so fresh at 7:45am, the girls seconds congregated on the red brick, ready to play their first ever game. After a short wait for a ‘not-hung-over-only-carsick’ Lauren Ryder (partying at switch til past 3am), we were chauffeured by our own personal driver/coach Philthy Phil to the not so … Continue reading A First for the Seconds
Report by: Alexandra Ainscow (Ladies’ 1sts Captain) Game: Southampton vs. Exeter (2/11/16) The girls arrived keen to gain more experience and learn as they played. With some of my girls only having played polo for 3 weeks, they were fresh but enthusiastic. The first quarter started slowly with Exeter scoring however many goals from counter attacks and goal hanging (cool tactic……) and our girls getting … Continue reading A Gallant Effort