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By Tarvin Webteam - 11th February 2020 6:00am
In February 1994, Tarporley High School fourth year girls ran out champions in the Chester & District Under 15 Indoor Girl's hockey tournament which was held at Christleton and contested by eight teams.
In the semi-final Tarporley defeated the hosts 3 — 1 and in the final beat Queens 1 — 0. This was their first trophy win.
The Team included Laura Menzies, 14, Rachel Burkhill-Howarth, 15, and Debbie Pinnington, 15, of Tarvin; Jane Duckworth, 15, Eaton; Lindsay Carrington, 15, Thornton-le-Moors; Annabelle Palmer, 15, Bunbury; and Sarah Sandbach, 15, Kelsall
Ed: Click on the photograph to see the full picture.
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