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Category Archives: London 2012 Women
London 2012 Women’s Semi Final: Great Britain 1-2 Argentina.
It was to be tears before bedtime at the Riverbank Arena as Argentina’s superb, controlled display broke the hosts’ hearts in a thoroughly absorbing encounter.
London 2012, Women’s Pool A: Great Britain 1-2 Netherlands.
The Netherlands secured top spot in the pool and set up a clash with New Zealand in the semi-final with an impressive 2-1 win over hosts Great Britain. With both of the teams well supported in the packed Riverbank Arena … Continue reading
London 2012, Women’s Pool B: Argentina 2-1 New Zealand.
Argentina bounced back from their surprise defeat against the USA with an impressive win over the previously unbeaten Blacksticks in front of a passionate travelling support here tonight.
London 2012 Women’s Pool A: Great Britain 3-0 Belgium.
Goals from Ashleigh Ball, Laura Bartlett and Crista Cullen sent Great Britain to the top of their pool and continued their 100% run in the Olympic hockey competition.
Laura Unsworth: Time to Shine.
Things were going swimmingly for Great Britain’s ladies in their opening match of the London 2012 tournament. Cruising to a 4-0 win against Japan, the crowd lapping up the performance of their heroes and the clock running down to a … Continue reading
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