Maidstone win a tough game against Herne Bay. On Saturday 24 February, the Maidstone Roller Hockey Senior team played against Herne Bay in the SECHRA league at the Herne Bay Arena.
Steady play in the first half with Rui Borges scoring two and Tommy Harbord one and Herne Bay sneaking one in over Maidstone keeper Tilly King’s pads after she’d saved it.
The action was much greater in the second half with Maidstone scoring two more winning goals. The first goal was from Rui Borges and the second from a penalty success from Tommy Harbord. The last 15 seconds created some last minute tension as Maidstone keeper Tilly King lost her stick and Captain, Tommy Harbord gave her his to make a save.
Final score was 5-2 to Maidstone.
About Maidstone Roller Hockey Club
Maidstone Roller Hockey Club is a roller hockey club located at the YMCA Leisure Centre in Loose, Maidstone, Kent. It is a prestigious club with a rich history, winning three National Cup titles, producing some of the country’s best ever players and regularly competing at the highest level in the country over the last few decades. Maidstone Roller Hockey Club competes in National Division One, the second
highest national league competition in England.
Over the last twenty years, £198,554 has been awarded to individuals and organisations across Kent.
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