WOMENS HOCKEY Clifton and Gloucester still unbeaten

Investec Womens Hockey League logoFleur Horner’s second placed Clifton maintained their unbeaten Premier Division start with a 2-2 draw at Leicester – despite trailing twice to the defending champions.

Dutch ace Els Mansell cancelled out Hannah Macleod’s penalty corner opener with a 29th minute reply.

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MEN'S HOCKEY LEAGUE Buccs and Exeter bounce back

men's hockey league logoGuildford top the Men’s Conference West with the only 100 per cent record after just two rounds – surely a sign of the competition to come over the next 16 matches.

Rupert Shipperley scored Whitchurch’s 24th minute penalty stroke as they lost 4-1 to the pacesetters on another high scoring matchday.

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WOMEN'S HOCKEY Clifton setting Premier pace

investec women's hockey league logoBristol club Clifton maintained their 100 per cent Women's Premier Division start with a 5-0 home win over Olton & West Warwickshire.

Dawn Mitchell opened her account after four minutes before Zoe Leach notched Clifton's second following a 22nd minute penalty corner.

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ENGLAND HOCKEY Cheltenham to the fore

Cheltenham opened the new national Men’s Hockey League season with a 4-0 West Conference win over Team Bath Buccaneers at Balcarras.

James Astley (15mins) Alex Hay (23, 41pc) and Will Pearce (31pc) got Cheltenham off to a flying start against new-look Buccs, who topped the division last term but have had a summer turnover of players.

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WOMEN'S HOCKEY Scintillating start for Clifton

Investec Women's Hockey League logoLiz Sinton scored twice as Clifton won 3-1 at Slough on the opening day of the new 2012-13 Investec Women's Hockey League season.

Jo Leigh opened Clifton’s account on 22 minutes as the region’s only Premier Division side got off to a flying start.

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BIG WINS FOR UoE, BUCCS AND BRANDS

england hockey league logoUniversity of Exeter claimed their best England Hockey League top flight win by beating second placed Cannock 4-3 in the Men’s Premier Division.

The relegation haunted greens rallied from a 7-1 Saturday defeat at top of the table East Grinstead to stifle Cannock’s title ambitions.

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