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.


WOMENS HOCKEY Clifton target second round success

Investec womens hockey league logoBristol-based Clifton Ladies bid to build on an opening winning start when they play their second Women’s Premier Division home match in a week on Saturday.

Aileen Davis’ side beat Bowdon Hightown 2-1 thanks to second half Harriet Pearce and Claire Thomas goals and are now set to host Canterbury, who drew goalless at Holcombe, in round two.


WOMENS HOCKEY Bristol boasts three WHL teams

Els bells another goal for Clifton's Dutch ace MansellBristol can now boast three Investec Women’s Hockey League teams.

Clifton Ladies Hockey Club – the first regional side to embrace the best in the West tag, we know we gave it to them – bid to continue to build on back-to-back top four Premier finishes.


WOMENS HOCKEY Big day for Clifton and Firebrands

Joie Leigh Clifton Ladies Hockey ClubBristol’s top women’s side Clifton Ladies Hockey Club are playing at the Olympic Park today in the national Women's Hockey League Championship Premier 3rd/4th place play-off.

Aileen Davies' side meet Reading at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre at 1300.


HOCKEY Super Sunday for Davenport and Bath Buccs

Team Bath Buccaneers are 2015 Men's Hockey League Conference West champions after winning 4-0 at relegated Whitchurch on a dramatic final day.

Talismanic top scorer Tim Davenport (8 42) Eugene Malthouse 33) and Pavraj Lochab (45) scored for Team Bath. Davenport ends the season as the division's top scorer with 27 goals, 18 from open play in 18 matches.


HOCKEY SUPER SUNDAY Saving best for last in #MHLWest

Southgate keeper Allan Dick in action. Image courtesy & copyright SIMON PARKERToday is England Hockey League Men’s Conference West’s version of super Sunday – with promotion and relegation issues still in the balance.

Thoughts that Cardiff & Met would claim their third title in a row have been put on hold by a 2-2 draw at home to relegation haunted Indian Gymkhana while Team Bath Buccs bounced back from their recent poor form to beat University of Birmingham 2-1.


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