Bracknell Queen Bees were in Widnes this weekend to compete for the Bill Britton Elite Trophy as part of EIHA Women's Trophy Weekend.
On Saturday, Bracknell faced Guildford in the first Elite semi-final of the day, whilst Solihull and Kingston were in action for the second semi final.
Bracknell were off to a fast start with a goal from Harris to make it 1-0 early in the first, however Guildford struck back quickly to tie the game 1-1.
The Queen Bees were not pipped back for long though. They ran riot throughout the game, taking the final score to 10-1 with goals from (Harris x3, Sylvester x2, Newman x2, Wakeling x1, Gale x1, Lane x1)
The win over Guildford meant the Queen Bees would be in the Elite Final on Sunday. Player of the game was Emily Harris.
Solihull and Kingston faced off later that night with the gaming resulting in a final score of 4-1 in favour to Solihull. This meant The Vixens would progress to the final.
The Queen Bees were out to complete the double for the second year in a row, as they faced Solihull Vixens in the final on Sunday.
Queen Bees broke the deadlock at 16.50 through Lane, with the first period ending 1-0. Solihull found an answer at 33.11 to draw the game, ending the second period tied at 1-1. However it wasn't long into the third period that the Queen Bees found the break through. Whilst on a power play, Sylvester found the net at 40.58. Queen Bees added another goal through Gale and a final goal just before time on the power play through Lane. This took the final score to 4-1.
The win meant the Queen Bees retained the Bill Britton Trophy. They won the double (League and Bill Britton Trophy) for the second year in a row, whilst being undefeated for the second year too!
Player of the game Kim Lane.
A wonderful end to another superb season from the Queen Bees and a well deserved rest for all the players, coaches, staff and fans!
Updated 20:31 - 4 Jun 2019 by Queen Bees Editor