Wageningen MA1 tracks Rotterdam

The Wageningen A1 girls in Group B of the National First Division continue to follow Rotterdam’s progress. Gelderland’s formation defeated the Orange team 3-1, including two goals from Brett Verlaan. In the A boys, Victoria JA1 still had a full 24 hit from 8 games. On Saturday, Kampong won 4-3.

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girls

The girls from HDM didn’t have much of a problem with the Phoenix on Saturday. The Hague formation was stronger from the start, but did not score in the first quarter. After Mudian Seminar opened the score at 22, things improved for the guests. Milo Klein scored three goals, Pepe Rambaldo two goals, and Mira van den Berg scored the sixth goal for HDM.

At SCHC, Maud van den Heuvel was scoring. The Bilthoven player scores all four goals for her team. In Bloemendale, only Ella Terheiden scored, which was not enough to score a point.

Group A
Gooische – HGC 4-1
Larren – Den Bosch 2-3
Phoenix – HDM 0-7
SCHC – Blomendale 4-1

  • 1

    SCHC MA1

    9

    22

    2

    HDM MA1

    9

    21

    3

    Den Bosch MA1

    8

    16

    4

    Gooische MA1

    9

    15th

    5

    HGC MA1

    9

    10

    6

    Lareen MA1

    9

    9

    7

    Bloemendaal MA1

    8

    6

    8

    Phoenix MA1

    9

    1

group b
Kampong – Little Switzerland 1-1
Schaerweijde – Pay 2-2
Wagengen – Orange – Red 3-1
Rotterdam – Amsterdam moved to April 14

  • 1

    Rotterdam MA1

    8

    21

    2

    Wageningen MA1

    8

    15th

    3

    Kampung MA1

    9

    15th

    4

    Orange and red MA1

    8

    13

    5

    Little Switzerland MA1

    9

    12

    6

    Schaerweijde MA1

    9

    9

    7

    push MA1

    9

    7

    8

    Amsterdam MA1

    8

    2

boys

Amsterdam JA1 is still proudly in the lead in Group A. The Amsterdam team beat neighbor Hurley 6-1 in the always loaded Busderby. The goals of Amsterdam were scored by Mies Tavorn, Sam van der Heyden (2x), Anthony van Ede, Claes Bunker and Frick van Reenen. Jacob Brand scored for Hurley.

Pinoké JA1 players thank the fans after their 2-3 win over Voordaan. Photo: Constant Tholen

Group A

Before, JA1 lost 2-3 to Pinoké at home. Flip Shippens and Tim Versnel scored for the home team. At Pinocchie, Stan Tulane scored the winning goal and also scored the opening goal. Hugo Mazel scored to make it 2-2.

Bloemendaal owed the 4-1 win to Sebi Melsert, preferably from hits. Nick Paynen scored the opening goal for Nijmegen.

Amsterdam – Hurley 6-1
Blumendale – Nijmegen 4-1
Orange and Red – SCHC 7-4
Before – Pinoke 2-3

  • 1

    Amsterdam JA1

    9

    23

    2

    Orange and red JA1

    9

    18

    3

    Pinoc JA1

    9

    14

    4

    Bloemendaal JA1

    9

    14

    5

    SCHC JA1

    9

    14

    6

    by JA1

    9

    10

    7

    Hurley JA1

    9

    4

    8

    Nijmegen JA1

    9

    1

Corner penalty kick by pushing JA1 into the match against Lareen. Photo: Camille Verhagen

group b
Den Bosch – Schaerweijde
HDM – Rotterdam 1-2
Push – Laren 2-0
Victoria – Kampong 4-3

  • 1

    Victoria JA1

    8

    21

    2

    Kampung JA1

    8

    14

    3

    Rotterdam JA1

    8

    13

    4

    Den Bosch JA1

    8

    13

    5

    HDMI JA1 port

    8

    11

    6

    Larren JA1

    8

    9

    7

    pay yes 1

    8

    4

    8

    JA1 Shervaigde

    8

    3


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