SW HOCKEY ROUND-UP Isca Hockey celebrates centenary

isca hockey 100 years crestIsca Hockey Club are set to mark their centenary with two days of special matches at the University of Exeter this weekend.

Officials have pulled out all the stops to ensure as many playing members of the Exeter-based blues take part in the centenary celebrations, which start with a youth tournament tomorrow morning at 0900.


COUNTY HOCKEY Cornwall, Glos & Wilts in Truro action

Cornwall are hosting pool six of the 2013 men's C Division hockey county championships at Truro School this weekend.

Further information to follow but - for starters - here's the weekend schedule ... and host squad.



Newquay retained the Cornwall Hockey Women's Cup following a 8-2 win over Falmouth and a hat-trick for Helen Stubbs at finals day hosts Penzance Hockey Club.

Amy Tatlow also claimed a hat-trick – she scored four – as Duchy beat Penzance's second team 5-1 in the women's plate final. Paige Long also scored for Duchy, Barbara Reynolds replied.


2013 DEVON HOCKEY Finals Day

Centenary-celebrating Isca claimed another trophy when they beat Plymouth side PGSOB 3-1 in the Devon Hockey Men's Cup final at University of St Mark and St John.

The Davis Wood Hockey League champions from Exeter took the lead through James Smith from open play and forged further ahead when top scorer Jon Wright converted a penalty stroke.


HOCKEY Cup finals day in Cornwall & Devon

hockey photo copyright and courtesy tom haighPlymouth's University of St Mark & St John hosts the annual Devon Hockey Cup finals day today, starting at 1130.

There will be plenty of Plymouth interest in the finals as PGSOB meet holders Isca in the men's Devon Cup final at 1330 while Plym Valley play holders Teign in the women's final at 1530.


WOMENS HOCKEY Clifton save best until last

clifton hockey crestBristol's Clifton Ladies Hockey Club are through to the Investec Women's Cup final following a dramatic 3-1 penalty flick win over Premier Division rivals Sutton Coldfield.

Caitlin Jeffreys was every bit as much a heroine as spot-on scorers Harriet Pearce, Dawn Mitchell and Emil Atkinson as the Clifton keeper made penalty saves to deny Jenny Parkinson and Sutton ace Jane Sixsmith.


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