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HAVING his wife on the opposition
did not stop PO Ash Stoll from play-
ing hard to lead HMAS Kuttabul to
victory in the Jubilee Hockey final.
Kuttabul had the game sewn up at
half-time when they led 3-1, but that
didn’t stop the never-say-die rook-
ies from HMAS Albatross/Waterhen
from trying to snatch victory.
A star-studded Kuttabul team
converted a 3-1 half-time lead into
a comprehensive 6-2 win to take the
Jubilee Cup at Sydney Olympic Park
on May 8.
Kuttabul posted goals through
AB Brett Giffin (3) AB Alister
Harrison (2) and PO Stoll (1) to
stamp their superiority over their less
PO Stoll said he knew they had
it won shortly after half-time when
Kuttabul made it 4-1.
“Although our rivals scored
another goal soon after us, it wasn’t
enough to bring them back into the
match,” he said.
Although Kuttabul ran away
with the match in the second half,
Albatross/Waterhen played with great
pride and passion, and it was only fit-
ting that LCDR Caderyn Okely was
named most valuable player.
PO Stoll said his team was sim-
ply too strong for their opponents,
as they were more experienced with
many of the winning team playing
hockey for Navy and ADF.
One of the highlights of the day
was the clash between the PO Stoll
duo, with PO Talei Stoll playing on
the Albatross/Waterhen team.
“It was an interesting match up,”
PO Ash Stoll said. “But the outcome
fortunuately had little impact on the
domestic harmony at home.”
PO Stoll said the Jubilee Hockey
succeeded in showcasing the quality
and depth of Navy hockey in NSW.
“With over half the of the
NSW combined team being Navy,
NSW are hot favourites at this
year’s Australian Defence Hockey
Association Championships,” he
AS a dentist, LEUT Visal Bhakoo
claims to only inflict pain on the ten-
nis court where he blows away his
opponents with a booming serve and a
powerful forehand return.
LEUT Bhakoo, of HMAS
Kuttabul, enhanced his growing repu-
tation by winning the 2013 Carr Cup
at the Olympic Park Tennis Centre in
Sydney on May 1.
LEUT Bhakoo won his first Carr
Cup singles title by grinding out a
hard-win over HMAS Ballarat’s
LEUT Richard Farrelly to the tune of
“Victory is especially sweet
because this was the first time I have
played in the Carr Cup competition,”
LEUT Bhakoo unleashed his serve
to win the first two games, but LEUT
Farrelly won the next two to square
“The turning point came when I
got my first serve and forehand volley
into gear to break the deadlock and
win the next four games,” he said.
“People say I have a similar game
to Marit Safrin, because of my big
serve and baseline game.”
LEUT Bhakoo’s triumph more
than compensated for his loss in the
final of the 2013 Burrell Cup doubles
competition at Garden Island tennis
courts two months earlier.
“Victory has provided a measure of
redemption for me as a singles play-
er, because I also played well in the
Burrell Cup doubles but was beaten in
the final,” he said.
LEUT Bhakoo has been playing
tennis since he was six and now wants
to represent Navy in triservice tennis.
“The Carr Cup was an excellent
competition, with all five games I
played that day being tightly contest-
ed, including the semi-final against
AB Trent Russel which I narrowly
won 7-5,” he said.
victory at Carr Cup
Visal Bhakoo hits a
forehand on his way to
winning the Carr Cup.
Photos: ABIS Sarah Ebsworth
STILL FRIENDS: PO Talei Stoll from the mixed
HMAS Albatross/Waterhen team and AB Brett
Giffin from the HMAS Kuttabul team in action
(above) during the Jubilee Hockey event held at
Sydney Olympic Park. Inset, PO Ash Stoll with the
winner’s shield after the game.
Photos: ABIS Sarah Ebsworth
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