May 19, 2013 Sports
Butler lived up to their billing as pre-tournament favourites when they turned back the challenge of a young, but valiant Galton side to advanced to the final of the St. Stanislaus College Inter House Hockey Championships.
With both sides squandering numerous scoring opportunities throughout their semifinal clash, it took a moment of brilliance from Butler captain Andy Dindial to break the deadlock in the dying minutes of the game and book his side’s ticket to the finals.
The second semifinal featured co-favorites Weld against a surprising
Weld started aggressively with several penetrating raids by Hilton Chester and Ezekiel Springer into Etheridge’s scoring area, but each time they were repelled by some inspired defending by Etheridge’s Shani Naughton.
With the score tied at the end of regulation time it was Etheridge’s captain Shemuel King who would become the hero of her team by scoring the winning penalty to complete the monumental upset over the highly favoured Weld side.
The tournament will conclude with the final and third place playoff scheduled for the College’s Marion Forum, Brickdam tomorrow, starting at 11:40 hrs.
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