WOMENS HOCKEY Plymouth 1 Cheltenham 0

Plymouth Marjon HC moved back up to fifth in the West Clubs Women’s Hockey League top flight following their home win over third placed Cheltenham HC in typically wintry conditions at the University of St Mark & St John.

Bizzie Dinnis scored the 27th minute winner for Plymouth, who had the better of the first half against a well organised visiting side, skippered by central defender Rachel Owen.


WOMENS HOCKEY Faust leveller for Clifton

investec womens hockey leagueClifton Ladies opened their 2013-14 Women's Premier League campaign with a 1-1 draw at Surbiton thanks to a 15th minute equaliser from Helena Faust.

Clifton trailed to an 11th minute strike by former midfield ace Georgie Twigg, now playing for Surbiton side alongside international team-mate Giselle Ansley, making her Premier League debut.


MENS HOCKEY Cardiff & Met to the fore again

NOW: Pensions Mens Hockey League logoCardiff & Met made a flying start to their NOW: Pensions Mens' Hockey League campaign, powering away in the second half to win 4-1 at Cheltenham.

Rupert Shipperley's 27th minute open play opener was cancelled out within a minute by Cheltenham stalwart Alex Hay.


MENS HOCKEY Cardiff & UWIC into promotion play-offs

mens hockey league logoJimmy Devney's ground-breaking Cardiff & UWIC held on to their place at the Men's Hockey League Conference West summit following a final day goalless draw at University of Exeter.

The ambitious Welsh club now stand on the edge of history and becoming the first side from the Principality to reach the England Hockey League top flight if they can win through next month's Promotion Tournament at Reading HC.


MENS HOCKEY Cooper gives Exeter the edge

mens hockey league logoUniversity of Exeter returned to the Men's Conference West summit on goal difference following yesterday's absorbing 2-1 top of the table home win over title rivals Guildford.

Nick Cooper's second half double sandwiched William Blockley's 57th minute close range strike to put Exeter - captained by central defender Chris Barker - back on top of the table.


MENS HOCKEY Top of table clash at Exeter on Sunday

mens hockey league logoUniversity of Exeter host leaders Guildford in the Men's Conference West match of the day next Sunday (1230).

Guildford, on 31, have a three-point advantage over second placed Exeter, who led three times at fourth placed Team Bath Buccaneers before Tom Griffiths' 69th minute strike levelled the game 3-3.


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