Fate against Wisbech on a frustrating day for the first team
HOCKEY Men s Premier A Division Wisbech Town I 3 Bishop Stortford 4 A HEARTBREAKING defeat has left Wisbech still looking for their first league win of the season. Goals came from the match s first three short corners with Joe Melton and Dan Martell putt
Men's Premier A Division
Wisbech Town I 3 Bishop Stortford 4
A HEARTBREAKING defeat has left Wisbech still looking for their first league win of the season.
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Goals came from the match's first three short corners with Joe Melton and Dan Martell putting Wisbech 2-1 up.
The umpire ordered a re-take after Melton scored a penalty and the keeper saved his second effort.
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Martell found the net after a scintillating run but this was disallowed for a kick.
Stortford grabbed a disputable second equaliser and went on to lead 4-2 before Martell scored his second from a short corner.
Dan Mason saw his goal-bound shot deflected onto the post soon after emphasising a frustrating day for Wisbech.
Men's Division 3NW
Wisbech Town II 5 Market Deeping 1
A TOM PEGGS hat-trick helped Wisbech to a comfortable win.
Orlando Prestidge gave Town a 1-0 half-time lead and his perfectly placed pass down the wing allowed Tom Jupp to set up Peggs' first goal
After Peggs' second Jupp lobbed the keeper for 4-0.
Deeping scored a late consolation goal but not before Peggs added his third.
Men's Division 4NW
Bourne II 1 Wisbech Town III 2
HARD work helped Wisbech get back to winning ways.
After Bourne took the lead Wisbech gained control through the tireless trio of Adam Thomas, Jimmy Turner and the outstanding Jack Bass.
Turner equalised form a rebound after a penalty corner and Sam Dunn scored the winner from another penalty corner before half-time.
Wisbech bossed the second half and captain Dom Stannard was man of the match.
Men's Division 5NW
St Ives III 2 Wisbech Town IV 0
IF Wisbech fourths have any aspirations of remaining in this league they need to find their fight which seems to have gone AWOL.
Stout defending from all the backs especially the evergreen Dick Pentelow meant the score was only 1-0 at half-time.
James Shepeard made countless saves before St Ives' latte second goal.
Men's 6NW (S)
Wisbech Town V 1 Rutland III 1
WISBECH fifths remain unbeaten after a good draw against the league's joint leaders.
Wisbech entertained Rutland who are joint top in division 6NW.
Graham Dunn, Trevor Carlton and George Carter excelled for Wisbech in a goalless first half.
Alex Jones's equaliser earned Wisbech a point after Bourne took the lead.