Canterbury under-10 girls fielded two teams at Holcombe in the first triangular of the year and two more at Folkestone. The Canterbury girls ended unbeaten at Holcs – with a single goal the difference between the two Polo Farm sides – with Lucy Gotke and Heidi Osmer impressing. At Folkestone, Canterbury Lions lost one game, 4-0 to eventual winners Ashford and beat Folkestone, Herne Bay and the other Canterbury side. The under-10 boys Pumas and Panthers travelled to Ashford and won all their games against Folkestone, Holcombe and Ashford. Rees Upton and Jonny Devereux shone for the Pumas while Will Gardiner and Will Upton did likewise for the Panthers. The Jaguars and Tigers enjoyed some promising performances at Gore Court. Canterbury under-12 boys Lions and Tigers teams played at Polo Farm on Sunday, winning all four matches against Marden and Holcombe. The Jaguars and Leopards played at Herne Bay on Sunday against the hosts and two Ashford teams. The under-12 girls fielded two teams against sides from Ashford, Maidstone and Gore Court. Both Canterbury teams played good hockey, winning all their games, with keeper Georgia Benfield playing every match, plus one for another team, without conceding a goal. Two more Canterbury teams headed to Anchorians for a triangular friendly on Sunday. Sophie Wain and Evie Lewis scored the majority of the goals as the city club won eight of their 10 games against Folkestone, Herne Bay and the host club, with Neave Jeffery-fox impressing in goal. The under-16 girls played Sevenoaks in the Kent League on Sunday, scoring the only goal from a deflected short corner.