NHA would like to send our Masters community our best wishes for the upcoming 2024…
Tasman Districts Women’s Tiger’s:
Sunday 8 am v Tasmania
The Tigers started well got 2 PC’s in first few minutes 1st one only narrowly missed and then the 2nd one went in with a direct shot from Tanya Hawley
5 minutes later Jess Davidson finished a great team passing goal that stared at the back making it 2 nil at the first quarter
@nd quarter Tasmania came out to play had some great attacking moments that were foiled by Tigers defence but there persistence got them there making it 2 1
Tigers retaliated by scoring thru Hannah Mowat went to half time 3 – 1
Third quarter was all Tasmania scoring twice going to the break 3 all
Fourth quarter was exciting stuff end to end but the Tigers stepped it up put pressure back on there opposition and soon were rewarded with 2 quick goals first to Jess Davidson and then Pip Lunn making the final score 5 3
Monday 10 am v Otago
Girls were on fire and started well creating some great opportunities
were soon rewarded with Hannah Mowat finished off a pass and few minutes later Pip Lunn scored
2nd and 3rd quarter we dominated created chances but couldn’t quite find the net
4th quarter we moved the ball with better purpose and finished our opportunities thru Stace Lloyd and Jess Davidson getting one apiece making it 4 nil
Tomorrow we play Counties at 3.15
Tasman Districts Men The Boar’s
Sunday Game 1: Tasman Senior men’s team assembled in full for the first time, and came against a dogged South Canterbury team. Tasman started well and dominated the first 5 minutes, putting constant pressure on the South Canterbury goal but was unable to convert. South Canterbury scored against the run of play to go up 1-0 and although Tasman controlled the game, missed chances meant it was half way through the 3rd quarter before Tasman drew even 1-1. Tasman’s dominance was let down by a reluctance from the team to drop and negate South Canterbury’s overheads that consistently took them from deep defense straight onto attack. The South Canterbury tactic allowed them to steal another goal against play in the 4th quarter to lead 2-1, a positon that they held onto until the final whistle.
Monday Game 2: Strong words were spoken after the first game, with a no tolerance approach signaled by the coach to those that did not adhere to the game plan. The team took the positive pre-match build up and plan onto the pitch with Ben Harris pulling the trigger on a goal scoring reverse shot in the first 5 minutes. The early goal and excellent discipline by the team to stick to the plan resulted in a totally dominant performance and 6 nil victory. Jesse Forsyth, Pat Oconnor-lea and Ben Harris all scored a brace.
NHA would like to send both Teams our best wishes for the rest of the Tournament.