KZN school hockey match report Michaelhouse vs St Charles

It’s a Rebeck-Christodoulou two-three

With half-term a day away, the postponed St Charles College first hockey team Michaelhouse fixture took place yesterday – and it turned into a 7-goal fest.

Martin Ashworth feature image: SA age-group rated striker and penalty corner drag-flicker Ben Rebeck is increasing his goal tally in 2019 and another 4-goal-1-match Ben10 performance like this one vs Hilton last year appears to be just a matter of time. Ben, who wears the number 10 shirt, hence his hockey nickname, got a brace in the first chukka at St Charles yesterday.


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Michaelhouse were good to start, captain Ben Rebeck influential from the outset in his centre striker berth and the visitors’ press worked well, turned over a lot of ball and the Men of House took their chances.

A pair of Ben Rebeck 2 penalty corner drag-flicks and a brace of Michael Christodoulou field goals were offset by a Jason Login penalty corner goal to leave the half-time scores

St Charles College 1
Michaelhouse 4


Michael Christodoulou, seen here in the 10-2 Michaelhouse vs DHS, notched a hat-trick at St Charles yesterday. Another Martin Ashworth image.


Michael Christodoulou added another strike after the changeover while Saints frontrunner Taygen Mollentze netted for Saints after intercepting a Michaelhouse outlet and skilfully rounding the keeper before tapping the ball in.

Final score

St Charles College (1) 2
Michaelhouse (4) 5


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Here’s a look from the Michaelhouse perspective on the recent Saturday hockey vs Northwood in Durban North.

“A motivated Northwood capitalised on their home turf, drawing 3 and winning 10 fixtures.

“Despite creating a few great scoring opportunities in the first quarter, Michaelhouse’s firsts found themselves 2-0 down by the end of the first stanza.


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“This pattern continued in the second quarter as Northwood took advantage of chances in the circle and were 5-0 up at the half-time whistle.

“A resurgent Michaelhouse netted 3 goals in the second half but Northwood’s strong finishing had wreaked enough havoc to ensure the win in a high scoring game which finished 7-3 in favour of the Knights.”


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