Irish Hockey Trophy Final
Civil Service 6 - 0 Suttonians
Aaron Gill smashed home a hat-trick as Civil Service brought the Irish Trophy home in-style, as they thumped six goals past Suttonians in yesterday’s Dublin final.
It was just the perfect way to bring the curtain down on their superb season, as they already have promotion to the premiership in the bag.
With less than a minute on the clock Suttonians swung into attack but Service captain Jamie Anderson saved the day clearing the ball off the line.
From there Service never looked back, and on 8 minutes their prolific goal scorer, Gill struck, blasting home an unstoppable penalty corner strike.
With five minutes of the half remaining Service doubled their lead, Patrick Towe following up Gill’s initial penalty corner shot, to slide the ball home to give the Belfast side a deserved lead at the turn.
The second half was one way traffic for Service, as they romped home another three goals to lift the cup, thanks to one a piece from Colin Irwin and Ross Anderson with Gill wrapping up a perfect day all-round with two more goals.
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