King Edward VI students really are the Kings of Hampshire schools hockey this term, with their first team (pictured) through to the last 16 of the national cup and the Under-13 and 14 sides being crowned county champions.
KES ran up 16 goals in crushing Wellington 9-0 and Reigate Grammar 7-2 before an impressive 3-1 win over Kingston put them through to the round of 16 in the English Boys’ Under-18 Cup.
They could play arch rivals Portsmouth Grammar – if PGS beat Guildford Royal Grammar on February 28. They have so far beaten Eastbourne 1-0 and Seaford 3-1.
KES Under-16s were Hampshire Schools’ runners-up and are through to the regional heats, while the school’s Under-13 and Under-14 teams have triumphed at county level.
The Under-13s lifted the Hampshire Cup, with five wins and two draws in the round-robin competition, conceding only one goal in the process.
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