Gallery: Wisbech lose to Cambridge University

NE14 MEN S PREMIER A Wisbech I 3 Cambridge University I 7  WISBECH were given a lesson in fast flowing hockey. Town went 2-0 down then lost Joe Melton, who was taken to hospital with a hand injury. A nice move left Karle Belding with an easy chance to m

NE14 MEN'S PREMIER A

Wisbech I 3 Cambridge University I 7

WISBECH were given a lesson in fast flowing hockey.

Town went 2-0 down then lost Joe Melton, who was taken to hospital with a hand injury.


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A nice move left Karle Belding with an easy chance to make it 2-1 and Wisbech were denied an equaliser by a couple of fine saves.

Cambridge pulled away to 7-1 before Dan Martell grabbed a couple of late consolations for Wisbech.

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NE14 EAST MEN'S DIVISION 6NW

Market Deeping III 3 Wisbech V 1

WISBECH were hoping to assist their fourth team's promotion bid but narrowly lost a fast-flowing end to end game.

Wisbech took the lead early in the second half with Howard Atkins' pass finding the stick of Jimmy Turner for a fine deflection.

Market Deeping quickly equalised and after fine play from both sides the hosts sneaked two more goals.

NE14 EAST LADIES' DIVISION 1N

Ipswich and East Suffolk I 4 Wisbech Town I 1

WISBECH fought hard with a depleted side but nothing went their way.

IES took an early lead early from a short corner and soon after scored another goal from open play.

Despite creating chances Wisbech went 3-0 down in the second half before Erika Burrell pulled one back.

Wisbech created chances to no avail and IES broke away to add a fourth.

CAMBS LADIES' PREMIER DIVISION

Wisbech Town II 2 St Ives II 2

TOWN were unable to turn total dominance into three points.

They started by gifting St Ives a soft goal in the first two minutes but then spent 90 per cent of the play camped out in 10 player St Ives' half.

Just after 30 minutes Shelley Jones equalised.

The second half of the game was an exact re-run of the first with St Ives claiming the lead again through a converted penalty corner early on.

Constant pressure finally brought an equaliser when Gilly Dunn pounced on a defensive mix up and bundled the ball home.

Player of the match went to Jenny Martell.

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