Hockey round-up: Table-topping Wisbech ladies continue unbeaten run

PUBLISHED: 13:24 26 October 2010

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies


WISBECH enjoyed a largely triumphant weekend, with resounding victories for both first teams and a thrilling win in the HA Trophy.

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies

East Women’s Hockey League - Division One North

Norwich Dragons 2 Wisbech Ladies 6

Table-toppers Wisbech continued their sparkling run of form with a comfortable win over Norwich Dragons. Goals from Claire Apted (2), Joey Gomm (2), Jane Peggs and Jodie Peggs helped them secure an emphatic victory.

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies

East Men’s Hockey League - Premier Division B

Wisbech 5 Ramgarhia 2

Wisbech smashed five goals to end Ramgarhia’s 100 per cent record. Tom Jupp (2), Brad Apted (2) and David Wood were the goalscorers in a stunning team performance.

HA Trophy - Second Round

Broxbourne 4 Wisbech 5

Wisbech battled back from going behind after just 20 seconds to win a thrilling game. Brad Apted capped off a fine weekend with two more goals, with Karle Belding, Joe Melton and Gary Freear also finding the net.

East Men’s Hockey League - Division Three North-West

St Neots 0 Wisbech Town III 0

Wisbech came away from a tough match against St Neots with a hard earned point after a stern defensive display. Shaun Claxton, Paul Jackson, Simon Freear and man of the match Sam Portham had good games.

East Men’s Hockey League - Division Five North-West

Wisbech IV 1 Spalding II 4

A Howard Atkins strike was the only thing to cheer about for Wisbech, who were dominated by an unbeaten Spalding side.

Other result

Cambridgeshire Ladies League - Division Two

Wisbech III 1 March 2

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