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National Achievement for HSOG Hockey Stars

29 November 2017 | Tagged: Senior School, Sports, Competitions

Exciting times are afoot for High School hockey with involvement in the latter stages of national cup competitions, as well as seven girls recently being selected to represent Scotland hockey squads for the coming year.

Old Anniesland played host to a Scottish Cup quarter final victory for the 2nd/3rd Year side yesterday - they will be looking forward to an upcoming semi-final encounter after achieving a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Fettes College of Edinburgh.

Meanwhile, the 1st XI side will also be hoping to reach a Scottish Cup semi-final as they take on The Mary Erskine College in the U18 Scottish Cup quarter final. However, the team currently have more pressing matters...they will be competing under the floodlights of Glasgow Green on Tuesday in the BP Cup Final where they will take on St Aloysius' College for the right to be crowned BP Cup champions for 2017.

If you can, make sure you get along to support the girls - the match begins at 7:00pm on Tuesday 5th December.


High School hockey teams have clearly been clicking this term, due in no small part to the talent of many individuals. This has been recognized recently in seven girls being selected to represent Scotland at various age levels. 

  • Lucy Williamson (S5), Georgia Crooks, Charlotte Simmers (both S4) and Jessica Mitchell (S2) were selected to represent the Scotland U16 national squad;
  • Kiera Smith (S5) was selected to be part of the Scotland U18 academy squad;
  • Mhairi Crooks (S4) and Zara Kennedy (S2) will participate for the Scotland U16 academy squad.

Keep an eye on the website and High School social media channels in the new year for updates on how the girls get on representing their country.

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