WOMENS HOCKEY Clifton target top four return

investec women's hockey league logoClifton Ladies Hockey Club enter the mid-season midwinter break looking to regain their place in the Investec Women’s Hockey League top flight top four.

A 3-1 home defeat by resurgent Reading in round 11 meant Clifton slipped to fifth in the Women’s Premier Division, a point behind fourth placed East Grinstead.

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HOCKEY Biggest game in Plymouth's history

Plymouth Marjon hockey clubPlymouth Marjon Hockey Club head coach Jamie Oxley admits Sunday’s England Hockey Men’s Cup last 16 tie at Surbiton is “by far” the biggest game in the club’s history.

The Men’s Cup is England Hockey’s equivalent of football’s FA Cup competition.

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HOCKEY Daunting Cup date for Plymouth at Surbiton

england hockey shieldPlymouth Marjon, eighth in the West of England & South Wales Hockey League, have been drawn away to unbeaten England Hockey League leaders Surbiton in the Men’s Cup third round.

The Men’s Cup is England Hockey’s equivalent of football’s FA Cup competition and Plymouth will need to become giant-killers on Sunday November 15 if they are to progress past the last 16 into the quarter finals.

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HOCKEY 2015-16 WoESWHL season underway

NUMBERS GAME half time team talk at PMHC image copyright Ross Reid/SWSNThe new 2015-2016 men’s West of England & South Wales Hockey League is underway.

As well as a new flagship sponsor – GoCrea8 hockey camps – there will be a new name topping the WoESWHL Premiership this season as last term’s champions Isca regained promotion to the Men’s Hockey League Conference West.

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HOCKEY Women and men's national league preview

england hockey shieldOnly three sides start the day with 100 per cent records in Women’s Conference West.

Free scoring Sutton Coldfield, Swansea Spartans and Oxford Hawks have won their opening two games.

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MENS HOCKEY LEAGUE Cheltenham set the pace

Men's hockey league logoEngland Men’s Conference West pace setters Cheltenham host University of Exeter in round two on Saturday at Balcarras.

Cheltenham opened with a 4-1 home win over Indian Gymkhana with goals from Alex Salmon and Matthew Court sandwiching successful penalty corner conversions by Dan Jackson.

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