Thursday, February 22, 2024

George Pinner and ‘clinical’ Old Georgians cast aside Hampstead & Westminster

Ashley Jackson said George Pinner's performance was best he'd seen

George Pinner still wants to improve and his enjoyment for club hockey has come to the fore after ending his international career last week.

Pinner was in fine fettle as Old Georgians put on a “clinical” team performance to cast aside Hampstead & Westminster 5-0 at Paddington Rec on Sunday.

“In my eyes he is still the best keeper in the country,” said Old Georgians coach Mike Hughes.

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