2014-15 Schools Results

National Schools Championship for Boys - U14 South Rounds 2014-15

 

Preliminary match: Merchant Taylor's bt Bradfield

 

Group A Pts GD   Group B    Pts    GD     Group C    Pts    GD   Group D              
                             Pts  GD          
Whitgift    9   +10     Merchant Taylors  9 +3   St George's   9 +13     Reed's 9 +9          
Wellington 6 -1   Langley Park 6 0   Portsmouth   6 -1   King Edward VI  6  0          
Tonbridge 3 +4   Kingston 2 -1   Sir William Borlase   3 -7   Magdalen Coll  3 -1          
Seaford 0 -13   Eastbourne 1 -2   Radley  0 -5   Dr Challoner's 0 -8          
Group A  Whitg   Welli   Seafo  Tonbr
Whitgift   4-0 4-0 3-1
Wellington 0-4   2-0 1-0
Seaford 0-4 0-2   1-8
Tonbridge 1-3 0-1 8-1  
Group  B  Kingi   Langl  Eastb  Merch
Kingston   0-0 1-1 0-1
Langley Park  0-0   3-2 0-1
Eastbourne 1-1 2-3   0-1
Merchant Taylors'  1-0 1-0 1-0  
Group  C  St Ge    SWB    Ports   Radle
St George's   8-0 3-0  2-0
Sir William Borlase  0-8    0-1  3-1
Portsmouth 0-3  1-0   1-0
Radley 0-2  1-3  0-1  
Group  D   MCS      KES   Dr Ch   Reeds 
MCS   1-2 2-1  0-1
King Edward VI   2-1   2-1  1-3
Dr Challoner's 1-2 1-2   0-6
Reed's 1-0 3-1 6-0  

Quarter Finals

    Whitgift   6-3  King Edward VI
   

Merchant Taylors'

4-1 Portsmouth
    St George's 2-0 Langley Park
    Reed's 5-0 Wellington
Semi-Finals        
    Whitgift   1-0  Merchant Taylors'
   

St George's

 1-3 Reed's
         
Bronze        
    Merchant Taylor's 1-2 St George's
         
Final        
   

Whitgift

1-1

3-4 aps

Reed's

South News

Indoor Success: The following won national titles Whitgift (Schools U16B & U18B), Cranleigh (Schools U16G), Winchester (Club U16B), Guildford (Club U18B).

Rule Changes 2019 FIH have issued a new set of outdoor rules that become effective internationally on 01 Jan 19. EH have indicated that they will not be implemented domestically during the 2018-19 season. EH Statement.

EH Structure Review The review was published on 09 February 18. Click here for more details. Ongoing progress is on the EH site.