Hockey round-up: Wisbech ladies one game away from amazing unbeaten league season

PUBLISHED: 15:11 29 March 2011

Wisbech Ladies are just one game away from completing an unbeaten league season

Wisbech Ladies are just one game away from completing an unbeaten league season

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Wisbech ladies’ first team are just one game away from completing an unbeaten league season but the club’s male sides endured a miserable weekend.

East Women’s Hockey League - Division One North

Wisbech 4 Ipswich III 0

JANE Peggs’ brace and goals from Erika Burrell and Sue Slator secured another comfortable victory for title-winning Wisbech. They host Watton on Saturday. Match starts at 1pm.

East Women’s Hockey League - Division Two North-West

Long Sutton 1 Ely 0

MEL Ludlam’s goal keeps Sutton’s promotion hopes alive. Sutton sit just one point behind second-placed City of Peterborough with just one game left.

East Men’s Hockey League - Premier Division B

City of Peterborough II 5 Wisbech 2

MID-TABLE Wisbech put in a lacklustre display with goals from Aaron Cobb and Brad Apted failing to prevent a final-day defeat.

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

Rutland 7 Wisbech II 1

CHAMPIONS Rutland gained revenge on Wisbech - the only team to beat them this season - by dishing out a thumping. Tom Peggs scored the visitors’ consolation.

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

Wisbech III 2 Rutland II 4

WISBECH were 3-0 down at half-time but Adam Thomas’ second-half brace gave the hosts hope of a dramatic fightback. A late Rutland goal ended their resistance. Man of the match: Gavin Plume

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

Wisbech IV 2 City of Peterborough VII 3

EDWARD Atkins and Dom Stannard found the net in an end-to-end game which seemed destined for a draw. However, the visitors’ netted a late winner to seal the game at the death.

Other Results

Cambridgeshire Ladies’ League - Premier Division

Market Deeping 0 Wisbech II 1

Cambridgeshire Ladies’ League - Division Two

St Neots IV 5 Wisbech III 1


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