Quamichan’s Hannah Doman, above, and Ava Etherington, in action against one of Brentwood College School’s teams at the John Ferreira Memorial tournament. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

Development-focused Ferreira a success

Brentwood A team wins annual field hockey tournament

The annual John Ferreira Memorial field hockey tournament was opened to developing teams this year, with Brentwood College School’s A team taking top spot.

Brentwood also registered a B team in the tournament at the Cowichan Sportsplex on Sept. 28, while Shawnigan Lake School entered a junior B team, and Frances Kelsey Secondary and Quamichan were also represented.

“Most of the games were very close in score and it was great to see the competition and development of the teams over the day,” tournament organizer Perri Espeseth reported.

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Hannah Doman controls the ball for Quamichan in a game against one of Brentwood College School’s teams at the John Ferreira Memorial field hockey tournament on Sept. 28. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

Ava Etherington controls the ball for Quamichan in a game against one of Brentwood College School’s teams at the John Ferreira Memorial field hockey tournament on Sept. 28. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

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