Kendal stars with hat-trick

A HAT-TRICK from Josh Kendal ensured ABN Amro avoided a potential banana skin on Saturday as they retained second place in Men's Division One.

Andrew Le Page brings the ball forward for Elizabeth College against Colombians at Footes Lane where the champions beat the students 10-1. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1282582)
Andrew Le Page brings the ball forward for Elizabeth College against Colombians at Footes Lane where the champions beat the students 10-1. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1282582)

A HAT-TRICK from Josh Kendal ensured ABN Amro avoided a potential banana skin on Saturday as they retained second place in Men's Division One.

Their hockey title rivals Colombians and Casuals had already secured comfortable victories over Elizabeth College and Yobbos respectively before the oranges took to the Footes Lane pitch to take on Unwantables in the pick of the day's games.

With Adam Kitching unavailable, Indies needed his fellow island forward Kendal to step up to the plate and he did so in style.

His side enjoyed the better start but it was not until 20 minutes had passed that they created their first real opening and Kendal converted it with great composure.

Comments for: "Kendal stars with hat-trick"

Cher Eugene

Gareth le Prevost, the reporter of this piece, should read his articles before they are published. Had he done so he might have noticed that he reported on three teams playing in the same match. Unwantables v. ABN Amro was the headline but several Independents appeared on the field at various times throughout the match. Amazing!?

Thisisguernsey

Indies is the nickname of ABN Amro.