Swansea women’s 1sts hockey team are in positive mood ahead of the Varsity clash with Cardiff.
The team are looking to continue their winning run at Varsity after coming out on top in the last two years.
Swansea won eight of their 10 league games this season, finishing second in the Bucs Western 2B league.
They faced Cardiff 3rds during the campaign and managed back-to-back league wins against their rivals.
The team will be optimistic for Varsity, but will have to be wary of their opponents who could be crowned Premier South champions next month.
But Swansea’s captain Becky Gosney has been impressed by her side’s resilience this season, just missing out on a place in the Bucs Cup final to the
hands of Southampton in the semis.
Gosney said: “We are really proud of how far we got and it was the furthest a Swansea hockey team has got in the Bucs cup.”
She will be hoping for a gutsy performance when they meet Cardiff in the afternoon session.