MHL WEST PREVIEW today's top second round games

mens hockey league Today is another top day for England Men’s Hockey League fans as it’s the second round of the new season – and one game stands out like a beacon.

Defending champions Team Bath Buccaneers visit Olton & West Warwicks.


West of England & S Wales Hockey League starts

mens league hockey action_ OPM vs PGSOBThe 2017-18 West of England & South Wales Hockey League season starts today - and we are as excited as players and officials.

With national and women’s regional hockey leagues already underway, the men’s regional competition now gets going.


HOCKEY Plimmer urges Robbies to enjoy EHL experience

Clifton Robinsons mens player-coach Matt PlimmerThe match-day Saturday all hockey fans of the top flight game have been waiting is upon us.

The 2017-18 England Hockey League starts with 40 top games across eight divisions today.


WOMENS HOCKEY Clifton Robinsons team to beat

west clubs womens hockey league actionThe 2017-18 West Clubs Women’s Hockey League season starts today and once again Clifton Robinsons 2s will be the team to beat.

The Bristol side – whose first team are a national league premier fixture – only lost twice last season and topped the West Clubs League by four points from Team Bath Buccaneers.


WOMENS HOCKEY Only half time for excellent Exe

Exe Hockey logoExeter based Exe Ladies are halfway to maintaining their England Women's Hockey League status.

Exe beat West Herts 5-2 in Watford thanks to goals by Sarah Payne, Clare Whitworth, Emma Ross and Emily Mitchem’s second half double.


WOMENS HOCKEY Kingsbridge & Salcombe Trophy success

England Hockey shieldDevon side Kingsbridge & Salcombe are through to the England Hockey Women’s Trophy quarter finals for the first time.

Cougars qualified for the last eight of the national knockout competition following a 5-4 penalty shoot-out win and a crucial Claire Guard spot flick save in Jersey after their tie finished 2-2 in normal time.


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