WOMENS CONFERENCE WEST LATEST

Women’s Investec League logoThe 2011-2012 Investec Women's Hockey League Conference West restart has been affected by the weather.

Team Bath Buccaneers' start to the second half of the season will be delayed as their home game against second placed Swansea has been postponed due to the freezing conditions.

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EXETER HOCKEY ON A ROLL IN BUCS CUPS

university of exeter scorer tom carsonUniversity of Exeter continue their top flight England Hockey League warm-up with another home test today.

The men’s first team face University of Nottingham in the British Universities & Colleges Sports quarter-finals at the water-based University Sports Park (1500).

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MEN'S ENGLAND HOCKEY LEAGUE PREVIEW

england hockey league logo University of Exeter will be glad to be back on the water-based University Sports Park pitch today following four successive England Hockey League Men’s Premier away matches.

Olly Deasy’s greens host Hampstead & Westminster looking to repeat their opening day home form, when they upset star-studded Reading 3-2 at the Park.

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CLIFTON ACE SET TO FACE CHINA

england hockey board logoClifton Ladies Hockey Club midfield ace Georgie Twigg is representing England at this week’s 2011 Rabo FIH Women's Champions Trophy in Amsterdam.

Twigg – who has played twice for Great Britain – is set to be among the three lions' squad that faces China tomorrow (1000 BST) in England's final pool match after twice appearing as a replacement.

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GLOUCESTER CITY IN WOMEN'S EHL WEST

england hockey shieldEngland Hockey have confirmed the make-up of the 2011-2012 women's division including confirmation of Gloucester City's promotion to the Women's Conference West.

Gloucester gain promotion after topping the West Clubs Womens League as champions, a year after being pipped to the title by Isca University, who finished runners-up in the EHL WCW in their first season in the national league.

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2011-2012 EHL MEN'S PREMIER AND WEST DIVISIONS

england hockey board logo The divisional structure for the 2011-2012 England Hockey League season has been confirmed.

New to the Men’s Premier Division following their successful promotions are play-off winners and West Conference champions University of Exeter.

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