SHC Sensations dominant in Oceaneering U-14 Indoor Hockey League


The SHC Sensations dominated day three of the Oceaneering Under-14 Indoor Hockey League with three emphatic wins in the Girls’ division.

The Sensations’ results on the day were 6-0 vs CLSS Scouts, 8-0 vs RISS Top Shelf Titans and 10-0 vs Hikers Junior Jets.

Junior national Makayla Poole, launching attacking raids from the right back, led the scoring on the day with eight goals for the Sensations and teammate, left striker Kairya Scott, was not far behind with seven goals.

The GCC Challengers held on to second place on the table after day three with a comfortable 4-0 victory over CLSS Samurais.

In the Boys’ division, YMCA Old Fort emerged as favourites to take the gold midway through the tournament as they chalked up three victories over their closest rivals.

The most entertaining match of the day saw YMCA edge the SHC Minions 6-5. YMCA then went on to gain a 4-0 win over GCC Outlaws and a 4-1 success over GCC Pitbulls.

GCC Challengers (pink) battle with CLSS Samurais

The SHC Minions, with a convincing 10-0 win over RISS Blade Running, and the GCC Outlaws, with a 4-0 win over counterparts GCC Bulldogs, split their luck of the evening win a win and a loss each.

Multi, comprised of the newest players to the game, and competing in their first-ever competition, dropped two more games, 0-5 to the GCC Bulldogs and 0-4 to RISS Blade Running.

Richard Marques of YMCA Old Fort and Fayed Mohamed of SHC Minions were the top scorers of the day with six goals each for the Boys’ division.

Matches continue on Friday (June 9) at St. Stanislaus College from 16:00h.

The current standings are:


SHC Sensations – 12 points

GCC Challengers – 10

CLSS Scouts – 9

CLSS Samurais – 3

Hikers Junior Jets – 3

RISS Top Shelf Titans – 1

Multi – 0


YMCA Old Fort – 12

GCC Outlaws – 9

SHC Minions – 6

GCC Pitbulls – 3

RISS Blade Running – 3

Multi – 0

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