Suffolk School ‘very proud’ of its three county hockey champion teams
A Suffolk school is celebrating the achievements of its girls’ hockey teams - after three were crowned county champions.
Thomas Mills High School in Framlingham announced it was “very proud of the girls” - and wished them further success in the future.
The school’s under 13 and under 14 teams were both said to have “comfortably” progressed to reach their respective finals, which they won.
The under 16 team also became county champions.
The team was playing together for the last time – and made it the fourth successive year of being crowned champions.
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A Thomas Mills High School spokesman said PE teachers and hockey coaches Heather Preston and Kat Oldman were “very proud of the girls’ achievements”.
“They are hoping that the under 13 and 14 teams will be as successful in the future as the under 16 team,” the spokesman added.
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