National O16: Final decisions made

On the tenth and final day of the O16 National Pre-Competition Match, the last teams qualified for the continuation of the National Competition. Amsterdam, Zull, MOP and Push all got the girls a ticket, while the boys could party in Gooische, Breda and HGC.

Under the results of the tenth round of the O16 National Competition. Any nice pictures from the contests below? Mail it to redactie@hockey.nl!

In the O16 National Competition preliminary competition, numbers one, two and three from each group will move on to the next stage of the National Competition. Numbers four and five will play in the Super B after the preliminary competition, while Number Six will play in the Summit sub-class.

girls

In Groups B, F and G, the final decisions were made for tickets to continue the national competition. In Group B, Amsterdam secured a ticket into the final match day by defeating unbeaten leaders SCHC (0-1). As a result, the Amsterdam team remained ahead of its rivals, Amersfoort, who lost 5-1 to Twente. Zwolle got the last ticket in Group F with a 3-3 draw with Laren. Pursuer Deventer, who also played a game less, did not go beyond 1-1 against a hitherto scoreless Huizen, so Zwolle could no longer be tracked. In Group 7, Tilburg gave up a good starting position and dropped from second to fourth, a spot outside the national competition tickets. The team lost at home to Bosch (1-4), securing the next stage on the basis of goal difference. The MOP also secured a ticket in this group with a 3-1 win over leaders Oranje-Rood. Kampong, HDM, Rotterdam, Bloemendaal, Hurley and Gooische also maintain their unbeaten status after ten matches. Kampong finished first in Group A, 11 points ahead of Union Two.

Group A
HIC – Red-White 2-1
HBS-HGC 2-4
Kampong-Union 5-1

Kampung MO16. Photo: Nora Cienczuk

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Group B
GHBS – Apeldoorn 0-4
SCHC Amsterdam 0-1
Twente – Amersfoort 5-1
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Group C
Little Switzerland – cartridge 3-1
Fletiomare-HDM 3-4
Rosmalen Almere 1-2

HDMI MO16 port. Photo: Suzanne Luige

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d pool
Leonidas – Barendrecht 5-1
Birkel Rodenrigs – Ring Delft 1-3 pass
Victoria – Rotterdam 1-1
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Group E
Xenios-Hurley 1-4
Nardin – 0-0 ahead
Alliance – Bloemendaal 0-2

Blumendaal MO16. Photo: Roel Hoogendoorn

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Group F
Phoenix – Den Bosch 1-2
Homes – Deventer 1-1
Zwolle – Laren 3-3
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Group G
Tilburg – Push 1-4
Mop – orange red 3-1
MEP – March 3-2

MOP – red orange (3-1). Photo: John Swinkels

Orange-red MO16. Photo: John Swinkels

Push MO16. Photo: Els Jansen-Blokhuis

Push MO16. Photo: Els Jansen-Blokhuis

Tilburg Bosch (1-4). Photo: Els Jansen-Blokhuis

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group h
Groningen – Gooische 2-3
Leeuwarden – Benoki 0-5
Spendersbosch – Scherväide 0-0

Pinnock MO16

Pinnock MO16

Pinnock MO16

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children

The final decisions fell into groups D and E, and H. Gooische secured a ticket in group D, beating Al-Ittihad 3-1. Breda got a follow-up into the national competition in Group E thanks to a 5-4 win over Phoenix and in Group H, HGC defeated Fletiomare 4-3, thus staying ahead of rivals Leiden. In Group A, Rotterdam suffered its first loss of the season. Visiting leader Victoria 4-2 was very strong. HDM also lost their unbeaten status in Group F on the final match day after losing 3-2 to HBS. Little Switzerland also lost for the first time in the competition. It became 1-0 for the Alliance, who also finished first in Group H. Cherwegde was the only team to close the pre-contest with a score of 100%. Zeste finished Group C on goal difference with sixty in favor and just seven against.

Group A
Hilversum – Schiedam 1-2
Rotterdam – Victoria 2-4
Cartridge – Leonidas 5-0

Rotterdam – Victoria (2-4). Photo: Winston De Brewer

Rotterdam – Victoria (2-4). Photo: Winston De Brewer

Rotterdam – Victoria (2-4). Photo: Winston De Brewer

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Group B
Hurley – Groningen 4-0
Amsterdam – Naarden 3-5
Elmir – GHBS 10-0
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Group C
Deventer – 3-4 houses
Chervaijd – Hoten 3-1
Orange-red – Romburg 3-2

Deventer – Houses (3-4). Photo: Water Vermac

Deventer – Houses (3-4). Photo: Water Vermac

Deventer – Houses (3-4). Photo: Water Vermac

Deventer – Houses (3-4). Photo: Water Vermac

Deventer – Houses (3-4). Photo: Water Vermac

Deventer – Houses (3-4). Photo: Water Vermac

Shirvajdeh – Hoten (3-1). Photo: Frans Wagenar

Shirvajdeh – Hoten (3-1). Photo: Frans Wagenar

Shirvajdeh – Hoten (3-1). Photo: Frans Wagenar

Shirvajdeh – Hoten (3-1). Photo: Frans Wagenar

Schaerweijde JO16. Photo: Krijn Kitchens

Shirvajdeh – Hoten (3-1). Photo: Krijn Kitchens

Schaerweijde JO16. Photo: Krijn Kitchens

Shirvajdeh – Hoten (3-1). Photo: Krijn Kitchens

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d pool
Gooische – Union 3-1
Apeldoorn – Zenius 3-5
Laren Zwolle 5-0

Guyan JO16. Photo: Cedric Potterman

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Group E
Phoenix – Breda 4-5
Front – SCHC 1-3
Marsen – Kampung 3-4
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Group F
HDM-HBS 2-3
Pinocchio – red-white 1-0
Bloemendaal – Athens 7-4
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Group G
Den Bosch – MOP 6-1
Push – Tilburg 2-4
Delta Venlo – Nijmegen 3-0

Delta Venlo – Nijmegen (3-0). Photo: Maurice Clasens

Delta Venlo – Nijmegen (3-0). Photo: Maurice Clasens

Delta Venlo – Nijmegen (3-0). Photo: Maurice Clasens

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group h
HGC – Fleetomare 4-3
Alliance – Little Switzerland 1-0
Omurd – lead 0-4

Alliance – Little Switzerland (1-0). Photo: Marieke van der Ka

HGC-Fletiomare (4-3). Photo: Dirk Jan Oldenzel

HGC-Fletiomare (4-3). Photo: Dirk Jan Oldenzel

HGC-Fletiomare (4-3). Photo: Dirk Jan Oldenzel

HGC-Fletiomare (4-3). Photo: Arthur Boitenk

HGC-Fletiomare (4-3). Photo: Arthur Boitenk

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