SEVEN-UP FOR BUCCS AND BUCKS

england hockey board logoTeam Bath Buccaneers opened up a seven-point lead at the England Hockey League Men’s Conference West summit following yesterday’s 1-0 win at Havant.

Johnny Kinder scored the 56th minute winner as Buccs prospered on the south coast following the Saturday postponement of the rest of the men’s EHL weekend programme.

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SIDMOUTH HOCKEY CROWD-PLEASER

Charlie Please swept in a late winner as Sidmouth upset the form book to record a 3-2 floodlit South One win over second placed Ashmoor in the Davis Wood Hockey League last night.

The win hoists Sidmouth to seventh above Bridgwater, who visit Minehead in a Somerset derby on Saturday (West Somerset Leisure Centre 1330).

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SOMERSET ACE ROOFS GB WINNER

somerset hockey star simon mantell Somerset’s Simon Mantell was the match-winner as Great Britain beat Pakistan 2-1 in their Champions Trophy opener in Auckland, New Zealand.

Reading forward Mantell roofed the winning 65th minute goal after East Grinstead’s Mark Pearn cancelled out Muhammad Imran’s first half opener.

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IN-FORM CLIFTON HOST HIGHTOWN

investec women's hockey league logo Clifton Ladies host ninth placed Bowdon Hightown on Saturday seeking to build on a 2-0 Premier Division win at University of Birmingham in eighth.

Georgie Twigg – 21 yesterday – celebrated with a pre-birthday goal in the 38th minute after Aileen Davis had fired Fleur Horner's Clifton ahead following a 14th minute penalty corner.

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BUCCS ENJOYING LIFE AT THE TOP

england hockey league logoTable topping Team Bath Buccaneers bid to extend their England Hockey League Men’s Conference West winning run to eight matches on Sunday and end 2011 on a high.

Buccs host Cheltenham in the final league match of the year before the mid-season midwinter break buoyed by a 2-0 top of the table win at second placed University of Birmingham.

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MUGRIDGE MAKES POINT - EHL LATEST

england hockey league logo University of Exeter warmed up for Saturday’s eagerly-anticipated clash at home to England Hockey League leaders East Grinstead with a creditable 1-1 draw at Surbiton.

Rob Mugridge scored the greens opening goal four minutes into the second half and although Surbiton – who started the day fifth – replied through Ben Tibble in the 48th minute, the students picked up their first valuable point in four Men’s Premier Division matches.

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