Hockey round-up: Mixed weekend for Long Sutton and Wisbech who lose to March

IN-FORM Wisbech Town men’s first team stretched their unbeaten Premier Division B run to four games with a 3-0 win over Harleston Magpies II on Saturday.

Goals from Bradley Apted, Gavin Johnstone and a Joe Melton penalty secured Wisbech’s well-deserved victory.

• WISBECH ladies II moved up to third in the Cambridgeshire Premier Division after thumping league-leaders Newmarket 6-1.

Laura Overland (2), Emma Baker, Shelly Jones, Louise Sandall and debutant Emily Wagstaff scored for Wisbech.

• LATE goals from Will Green, Simon Johnson and Chris Stanhope restored some pride for Wisbech men’s IV as they were handed a 7-3 derby drumming by March III.

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• WISBECH men’s III squandered a 2-0 lead as they lost a thrilling match with Cambridge City IV 4-3. Dave Webster (2) and Richard Claxton scored Wisbech’s goals.

• LONG Sutton ladies’ first team thumped Horncastle 5-1 thanks to goals from Rebecca Kierman (2), Bryony Normanton, Melissa Ludlam and Charlene Leuty.

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• LONG Sutton ladies’ II fought back from 2-0 down to draw with Louth. Katie Ireland and Louise Billingham scored Sutton’s goals.

• BEN Shore (2), Jeremy Watt, Stefan Fox and Dave Batten’s goals helped Long Sutton men’s II beat Bourne Deeping II 5-2.

• ‘KEEPER Tom Peggs made a string of fine saves despite Wisbech men’s II losing 2-0 at unbeaten Bourne Deeping.

• CONNIE Anker and Emily Brown scored for Wisbech ladies’ III as the beat Spalding III 2-1.

• A SIX-HOUR round trip to Canterbury II resulted in Wisbech ladies’ first team losing 5-0.

• ALEX Canham, Andy Clark and Jason Mallett scored as Long Sutton men’s II beat Alford II 3-1.

• DANNY Sisson smashed four goals as Long Sutton men’s first team beat Harpenden 4-3.

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