Wisbech win but fail to impress
HOCKEY Men s Division Three NW Market Deeping II 0 Wisbech II 2 DESPITE taking all three points Wisbech were unconvincing. After a poor first half the second period started in frustrating fashion. The loss of Lee Peck didn t help matters when he was sho
Men's Division Three NW
Market Deeping II 0 Wisbech II 2
DESPITE taking all three points Wisbech were unconvincing.
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After a poor first half the second period started in frustrating fashion.
The loss of Lee Peck didn't help matters when he was shown the yellow card, just another decision that stopped any form of momentum.
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Once back to strength Wisbech showed a glimmer of their old selves with a more positive attitude and belief which was further spirited when Adam Thomas roofed the net with one of his trademark strikes and further added to his tally late on.
This was Wisbech's fourth win on the trot and they are now one point behind leaders Spalding.
Men's Division 4NW
Wisbech III 4 Bourne 1
WISBECH were on the hunt for points after last week's unsatisfactory defeat to top of the table Horncastle, and didn't have to look too hard.
The reds had the lion's share of the possession and soon converted it into their first goal when James Williams edged Norman's cross into the net passing a stationary keeper in the process.
Bourne kept themselves in the game with a quick equaliser, but with further goals coming from Williams, Bass and newcomer Lee, the game was quickly put beyond Bourne's reach.