MENS HOCKEY LEAGUE Conference West preview

mens hockey league logoSome cracking Men’s Conference West matches today start with unbeaten Cheltenham against pace setters Guildford at Balcarras (1230).

Both sides got off to flying round one starts with Cheltenham beating Bath Buccs 4-0 and Guildford winning 5-2 against Havant.

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WOMENS HOCKEY LEAGUE Round three preview

investec women's hockey league logoPace setters Clifton visit defending champions Leicester in today’s Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division match of the day.

Clifton travel to Leicester Grammar School (1230 start) aiming to claim a third straight win but their hosts could field a team laced with GB internationals.

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MEN'S HOCKEY LEAGUE Brands new experience

mens hockey league logoFirebrands play their first home Men’s Conference West match since winning promotion to the national league when they host University of Exeter at Failand today (1400).

Both sides seek first points after round one losses, Exeter 3-1 at home to University of Birmingham, Brands 4-2 at Cardiff & UWIC.

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WOMENS HOCKEY League round two preview

Investec Womens Hockey League logoClifton bid to build on their winning national league start when they host Olton & West Warwickshire in the second round of the Women’s Premier Division tomorrow (Coombe Dingle, 1300).

Fleur Horner’s blues – who finished fourth in the top flight last term - opened with a 3-1 win at Slough while Olton & West Warwicks lost 2-1 at home to last season’s runners-up Leicester.

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CLIFTON BID TO EXTEND WINNING RUN

investec women's hockey league logoClifton bid to extend their winning streak at home to sixth placed Sutton Coldfield in the Women’s Premier Division today (Coombe Lane 1130).

Fleur Horner’s in-form side will be without left back Liz Sinton but seeking to extend a four-match winning streak that has lifted them to third in the top flight.

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BUCCS SEEK EIGHTH WIN ON SPIN

england hockey league logoTable topping Team Bath Buccaneers resume their England Hockey League Men’s Conference West programme at Havant today (Havant College 1400).

Bath took a four-point advantage over second placed University of Birmingham into the mid-season, midwinter break following an eight-match winning streak following a 2-1 opening day defeat by Whitchurch and a 2-2 draw with Cheltenham.

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