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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 11. August 12, 1954

Women's Hockey

Women's Hockey

Pam Keen: Goalie A Canterbury representative and an N.Z.U player last year A classy goalkeeper with plenty of grim determination and concentration.

Colleen O'Connor: "To be shine' the most experienced player in the team. Holds the defense together with cool practical play An N.Z.U. representative and a, Canterbury B player.

Elizabeth Perritt: A young player with good anticipation. Needs to improve her clearing hits.

Jane Morrison: A fast wing half whose stirk work has improved consistently this season.

Felieity Ower: Flick is centre half and captain. She is a steady player who leads the side well Has gained in experience lately and has played for Canterbury C this season.

Elizabeth Preston: Plays consistently good hockey and can be relied upon to keep C.U.'s right wing in check

[unclear: Bery] Vizer: The greyhound of the team leads the attack well on the wing A Canterbury and N.Z.U. representative.

Betty Brosnan: A player of experience with clever stick work. Will do better in Wellington if the grounds are dry and if she follows in.

Theresse Minchan: Would like to [unclear: see] some of her [unclear: trish] determination imparted to some of the other forwards.

Marion Booth: A last and attractive player who will improve with the experience she should gain in Wellington.

Barbara Flescher: A player of ability who should do well at Tournament A Canterbury B representative for the past two seasons

Diana Martin: A fast left wing who has played well in her first season in senior hockey, but must maintain her position.

Alison Wilson: A stalwart defensive player who has done much for the club and deserves her trip to Tournament.