Madeline Austin heads up field for the Gympie Under 13 girls during the Wide Bay carnival at Hervey Bay. Gympie achieved its best result at the Wide Bay level in recent memory.
Madeline Austin heads up field for the Gympie Under 13 girls during the Wide Bay carnival at Hervey Bay. Gympie achieved its best result at the Wide Bay level in recent memory. Craig Warhurst

Gympie wins Wide Bay jnr titles

THE Gympie Hockey Association is celebrating its best result at the junior Wide Bay titles in recent memory after winning the overall championship at Hervey Bay last weekend.

Gympie hockey sent five teams away to the titles with the worst result being second overall against Maryborough, Sunshine Coast and Hervey Bay.

Gympie’s under-15 boys were unbeaten all weekend finishing first, while the under-11 boys also finished top of the table.

Gympie’s under-13 boys, under-13 girls and under-11 girls all finished second.

Gympie Hockey president Ian Wenzel said all the hard work the club was putting into coaching and building up young players was starting to come to fruition.

“Our teams played extremely well we were unbeaten on the first day of competition,” he said.

RESULTS: Under-15 boys, Gympie 12 Sunshine Coast 4 (-1), Maryborough 4 (-2) Hervey Bay 3; Under 13 boys, Maryborough 10 Gympie 7 (+9), Sunshine Coast 7 (+4) Hervey Bay 1 4 Hervey Bay 2 0; Under-11 Boys Gympie 9 (+6) Maryborough 9 (+3) Sunshine Coast 6 Hervey Bay 0; Under 15 Girls, Sunshine Coast 8 (+7) Hervey Bay 8 (+4) Maryborough 1 6 Maryborough 2 0; Under-13 Girls Maryborough 12 Gympie 5 Sunshine Coast 4 Hervey Bay 1; Under 11 Girls Maryborough 1 10 (+11) Gympie 10 (+10) Hervey Bay 6 Sunshine Coast 3 Maryborough 2 0 Bay.

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