The u14 National League drew to a close this weekend with the final round of matches played over the weekend. We had a strong finish to our debut season drawing with Tigers 8-8 and beating Cambridge City 11-4. The first game was very clsoe throughout trading goals all the way. A late goal wasn't quite enough to snatch victory with Tigers getting an even later goal to draw a very even match. We took this performance into our following match and were able to control possession and with some great shooting were able to get into an early lead which allowed us to control the game and extend our lead to run out comfortable 11-4 winners.Read more →
Further Update on training dates.
Monday 3rd April 2017 - NO Junior training, Easter Holidays
Monday 10th April 2017 - NO Junior training, Easter holidays
Monday 17th April 2017 - NO Senior or Junior training, Easter Monday
Monday 24th April - Training will take place at Needhams Gym at Ely College (Located at older part of college. through the green gates by the layby.)
Vikings 1 the reigning CKA champions had the perfect start to the korfball season, with a 12-7 win against Cambridge Phoenix. Vikings took off to an early lead and managed to maintain it through out. Which included a goal from former coach Adam Twiss, as well as last season’s top scorer Chris Brown contributing 5 of the goals. Vikings 1 second game saw another well fought success, defeating Littleport Lions 17-9, again controlling the game from the start. Chris and Hannah Brown scored 5 a piece and there was a great debut performance by Sam Green.Read more →
It is our debut season in the u14 national league. In our first game, we played against Norwich Knights. It was a close first half which we were losing 5-3 at half time. In the second half our shooting accuracy improved and our better attacking play showed by scoring 8 unanswered goals to win 11-5. Deryn Gwynn scored a hat trick and Josh Ford and Kaitlyn Brooks both scored 2 each in a great team performance.
The second game was much closer against Milton Keynes. We took an early lead which lead to them taking a time out after 2mins. Goals were then traded upto half time in which we were 3-2 down. The second half started and our good play didnt pay off as the ball wouldnt drop in the basket and leade to going 5-2 down. We then started to find our range and brought the game to within 1 goal. In a tight tense last 5mins we were unable to to pull level and ended up losing 6-5.
After the first round of fixtures, we sit 4th in the table and are 3rd top goalscorers in the league.
South East of England Division 1
South East of England Division 2
Cambridgeshire Division 1
Cambridgeshire Division 2
Cambridgeshire Division 3