Simons scores four to lead Cowichan Cardinals over Blue Jays

Kaileigh Simons scored four times as the Cowichan Cardinals downed the Rebels Blue Jays 7-1.

Kaileigh Simons scored four times as the Cowichan Cardinals downed the Rebels Blue Jays 7-1 in a Vancouver Island Ladies Field Hockey League game at John Ferreira Field last Saturday.

Jill Thompson, Birkley Anderson and Shannon Parker also scored for the Cardinals, who sit second in Division 2, one spot ahead of the Blue Jays. Cowichan’s other Div. 2 team, the Swifts, lost 3-0 to first-place Lynx II at UVic.

In Div. 3, the Cowichan Kestrels got two goals from Sharyn Higginson and one from Hayley Picard as they edged the Oak Bay Demons.

The Cardinals host Lynx 2 at Ferreira field Saturday at 11 a.m., and the Swifts host the Sailors at 12:30 p.m.

 

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