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Category Archives: Domestic Hockey
It is fair to say The Top of the D is quite keen on hockey. If I could, I’d watch or play the game every day. I’m also pretty keen on people doing things for a good cause and helping … Continue reading
Goalkeeper Sarah Ellis was the star of the show with four saves in the penalty shootout as Reading avenged their defeat to Leicester in last year’s final to take home the trophy here at Sonning Lane.
Two goals from Jade Mayne and the winner from Sarah Kerly ensured Canterbury bounced back from yesterday’s defeat to secure third place with a hard-earned 3-2 win over Surbiton.
The Top of the D has already run the rule over the first semi final with the preview piece here. Now it is the turn of the two teams competing in the second semi final, Canterbury and Reading.
After the hugely successful Now: Pensions Men’s Playoffs last weekend at Sonning Lane this weekend it is the turn of the women with the Investec Championship Playoffs. Last year’s competition was settled in dramatic fashion as Leicester edged out Reading … Continue reading
Beeston showed why they finished top of the league in the regular season with a dominant display as they brushed aside Surbiton to win the Now: Pensions Championship Final. Two goals from Craig Boyne and further strikes from Oliver Willars, Simon Egerton and Martin … Continue reading
Reading snatched England’s final qualification place for next year’s Euro Hockey League after a comfortable 4-0 win over Canterbury, gave the Sonning Lane side third place in the Now: Pensions England Hockey League.
Wimbledon bounced back from yesterday’s defeat to Southgate to secure their place in the Premier Division next season where, despite this defeat they will be joined by Sheffield Hallam.
Robin Lovegrove’s late deflection kept Cardiff’s promotion hopes alive and condemned Southgate to relegation in this Now: Pensions Promotion Playoff. The Welsh side must wait and see what the outcome of Wimbledon vs Sheffield Hallam is, but have done all … Continue reading
A brace from James Gall set up a final with Beeston on Sunday as Surbiton swept aside a stubborn Canterbury team in the pouring rain at Sonning Lane.