Undefeated weekend for Cowichan field hockey teams

Cowichan Valley teams went undefeated in Vancouver Island Field Hockey Association play last weekend.

In Div. 2, the Cowichan Cardinals got their lone goal from Shylayne Davidson

as they topped the Rebels Blue Jays 1-0. In Div. 3, the Cowichan Stellers also won 1-0, beating the Oak Bay Devils on a goal by Hannah Murray. Teresa Gregus scored twice and Sharyn Higginson had one goal as the other Div. 3 entry, the Kestrels, beat the Oak Bay Demons 3-1. In Div. 1, the Cowichan Flickers tied the Rebels Patriots 2-2 thanks to goals by Sara Lowes and Kyla Toljander.

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