Halifax Panthers Women kick-started their 2022 campaign with an impressive 36-16 victory over Wigan St Patrick’s, writes Stacy Mowforth. The hard fought victory was cemented by a hat-trick of tries from coaches' player of the match, prop Chloe Sykes, with other tries coming from opposition player of the match Rochelle Strantham-Drake, Kirsty Hogdson, Lucy Wood and Beth Greenwood.
Over the Easter bank holiday weekend, five present and past Glossopdale School art teachers will be displaying their work at Hadfield gallery space the 'Wall in the Barn'. Current Head of Art at the school, Lucy Wood, will be joined by Alice Greenwood, Hannah Mottram, Michael Moore and former teacher Gwen Osbaldeston.
Harrogate Hockey Club Ladies 1st XI captain Lucy Wood said she "couldn't be prouder" after her team were crowned Yorkshire & North East Premier Division champions. The Ainsty Road outfit beat title rivals Whitley Bay & Tynemouth 2-1 on Saturday afternoon to move six points clear at the summit and round off what has been a superb season.
Harrogate Hockey Club Ladies 1st XI all but wrapped up the Yorkshire & North East Premier Division title by beating Stokesley 4-0 on Saturday afternoon. Lucy Wood’s team still require one single point from their remaining two fixtures of 2021/22 to be mathematically certain of top-spot, with nearest rivals Tynemouth & Whitley Bay six points behind them in second place.
Harrogate Hockey Club Ladies 1st XI edged a little closer to the Yorkshire & North Eastern Premier Division title courtesy of a comprehensive 7-0 derby triumph at Ben Rhydding. Having suffered just their second defeat in 18 matches last time out, Lucy Wood's team bounced back in style, ensuring that their six-point advantage at the summit remains intact with just three fixtures remaining this term.
Harrogate Hockey Club Ladies 1st XI suffered just their second defeat in 18 Yorkshire & North East Premier Division outings when they lost out 4-2 to Lindum on Saturday afternoon. Lucy Wood’s side remain top-of-the-table and six points clear of their nearest challengers with only four matches remaining this term, but will feel that they missed out on the chance to open up a near-unassailable lead at the summit.
The beginning of January was such a turbulent time. Both my parents had caught Covid-19 on New Year’s Eve and were having to isolate in a room separate to me. I tested myself and I was negative, which was a bittersweet moment because as much as I was pleased that I didn’t have covid, I was on my own, and it was such a lonely experience.
A COUNCILLOR has revealed she backed plans for allotments in a West Devon village to help residents soften the blow of rising prices. Cllr Lucy Wood said the idea of handing West Devon Borough Council land over to Milton Abbot’s allotments association would help people cut their cost of living as her colleagues on the hub committee heard how energy bills are set to soar by up to 50 per cent.
Two women with disabilities are working with a comedy festival organiser to make it more accessible after finding a show had no wheelchair access. Alice Evans and Lucy Wood booked to see a Leicester Comedy Festival gig to mark their disability podcast's first year. But after researching the venue, they discovered the show would be in the basement, which only had stair access.
Harrogate Hockey Club Ladies 1st XI remain four points clear at the top of the Yorkshire & North East Premier Division following Saturday's 2-0 home success over Sheffield Hallam. The visitors arrived at Ainsty Road boasting the second-best defensive record in the division - after 'Gate's - and showed why from the start of the match, pressing their hosts effectively all over the pitch.
Harrogate Hockey Club Ladies 1st XI captain Lucy Wood says she is “utterly thrilled” by her team’s sensational start to 2021/22 – even though promotion was very much the aim at the start of the season. The free-scoring Ainsty Road outfit headed into their winter break seven points clear at the top of the Yorkshire & North East Premier League table.