Hockey round-up: Wisbech ladies suffer first defeat of season as town’s sides enjoy mixed weekend

PUBLISHED: 15:21 02 March 2011

Wisbech Hockey Club in action

Wisbech Hockey Club in action

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TWO Wisbech sides tasted defeat against Cambridge Nomads outfits but the thirds got revenge against City of Peterborough’s fourths by beating them comfortably.

East Men’s Hockey League - Premier Division B

Letchworth 4 Wisbech 3

THE home side took an early two-goal lead but Wisbech drew level with goals from Drew Harvey and Daniel Martell in an ill-tempered game. Aaron Cobb made it 3-3 after Letchworth had taken the lead again in the second half but the home side struck a winner in the dying seconds of the game.

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

Cambridge Nomads II 7 Wisbech II 2

A DOUBLE from Phil Norman wasn’t enough to prevent the seconds going down comfortably at the high-flying Nomads.

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

Wisbech III 3 City of Peterborough IV 0

WISBECH got their revenge for a 10-0 thumping earlier this season and cruised to victory with goals from Richard Caxton, Hugo Atkins and Adam Thomas. The result means the side are now guaranteed a second season in the division after clinching promotion last year.

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

Wisbech IV 3 Cambridge Nomads III 4

Goals from Jonathan Boyall, Josh Holmes and Danny Emmington was not enough to prevent defeat in a game which ‘keeper Adam Forder played superbly.

Cambridgeshire Ladies League - Premier Division

Cambridge South 1 Wisbech II 0

A BREAKAWAY goal from Cambs South robbed Wisbech of a precious and deserved point. Katie Dunn was player of the match and Sue Slator also excelled.

Other results

HA Trophy Quarter-Final - ladies

Teign 3 Wisbech 2

Cambridgeshire Ladies League - Division Two

Wisbech III 0 Spalding II 12

• For more reaction from Wisbech ladies heartbreaking first defeat of the season read Friday’s paper.


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