2014-15 Schools Results

National Schools Championship for Boys - U16 South Rounds 2014-15

Preliminary match: Fortismere 1-2 Bradfield

Pool games

Group A   Pts   GD   Group B    Pts    GD     Group C    Pts    GD   Group D  Pts  GD          
                                       
Whitgift 9  +18       Kingston  9  +3   Sir William Borlase 7 +6   Cranleigh  9 +7          
Abingdon     6 +2    King Edward VI  4 +1   Simon Langton  7 +4   Stowe 6 -3          
Portsmouth 1 -5    Ardingly 3 0   RGS Guildford  3 -7   Langley Park  3  -1          
Eastbourne 1 -15    Magdalen Coll 1 -4   Bradfield  0 -3   Eton   -3          
Group  A   Whitg     Ports   Abing    Eastb 
Whitgift   3-1 5-0 11-0
Portsmouth 1-3   2-5 3-3
Abingdon 0-5  5-2   5-1
Eastbourne 0-11  3-3  1-5  
Group  B   Kings      MCS        KES      Ardin  
Kingston   3-2 1-0 2-1
Magdalen College  2-3   1-1 2-5
King Edward VI 0-1  1-1   3-1
Ardingly 1-2  5-2 1-3  
Group  C   SWB      Bradf    RGS Gf   Langt 
Sir William Borlase   2-1 6-1 1-1
Bradfield 1-2   1-2 1-2
RGS Guildford 1-6  2-1   0-3
Simon Langton 1-1  2-1  3-0  
Group  D   Cranl     Eton      Stowe    Langl  
Cranleigh   2-1 5-0  3-2
Eton 1-2   1-2  0-1
Stowe 0-5 2-1   2-1
Langley Park         2-3 1-0 1-2  

Quarter Finals

  Whitgift   6-0 Simon Langton
  Kingston    5-0  Stowe
  Sir William Borlase 10-2 Abingdon
  Cranleigh   3-1 King Edward VI
Semi-Finals        
    Whitgift   1-0  Cranleigh
   

Kingston

 2-1 Sir William Borlase
         
Bronze        
    Cranleigh 4-1 Sir William Borlase
         
Final        
   

Whitgift

5-1

Kingston

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.