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- Latest edition of my podcast is up, covering the main talking points of #HWC2018. Search for “The Top of the D pod” on your usual podcast platform and give it a listen! 👍🏻Chipped in a few bits of *ahem* insight on the @bbcsport live text for the #HWC2018 final yesterday. Proud moment!When Irish eyes are smiling. Phenomenal from these lot. Repost from @hockey_ireland using @RepostRegramApp - World Cup silver medalists!!!! #greenarmy #hwc2018Deserved #HWC2018 winners the Netherlands have been on 🔥 throughout the tournament.Absolute scenes! Repost from @hockey_ireland using @RepostRegramApp - WORLD CUP FINAL, HERE WE COME!!!! #greenarmy #hwc2018One of my favourite photos of the tournament so far from @spactionimages! Plenty more where that came from, give him a follow! Repost from @spactionimages using @RepostRegramApp - Err, @hannahmatthews17 I'm pretty sure you're allowed to do this!! I think you need to go to Croke Park. England v Ireland - Vitality Hockey Women's World Cup, Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London, UK on 29 July 2018. Photo: Simon Parker
Category Archives: NOW: Pensions Men’s League
Cannock’s David Beckett held his nerve to fire home the winning penalty in the shootout to give Cannock the cup for the first time since 2007 after a dramatic final against Brooklands MU.The two sides played out a 2-2 draw … Continue reading
The ice cool George Pinner made himself the toast of Highfields as his heroic efforts in the shootout pushed Beeston to a dramatic win to take home the title from East Grinstead. The two sides had been hard to separate all … Continue reading
David Kettle was Surbiton’s hero as the Welsh goalkeeper pulled off two miraculous saves in the shootout to give his side a 3-2 win after Reading and Surbiton played out a 1-1 draw in normal time. Jonty Clarke had given … Continue reading
Cardiff picked up their first win in this season’s promotion playoffs with a good performance to overcome a dispirited Sheffield Hallam side, 5-2. Despite both sides knowing their Premier League hopes were over, they still put on an entertaining show … Continue reading
A hat-trick from Captain Peter Flanagan was enough to give Brooklands a 3-1 win over Southgate ensuring they join their opponents in the Premier League next season and in doing so, condemning Sheffield Hallam to relegation.
Two goals apiece from Adam Dixon and Sam Ward fired Beeston past Reading in an entertaining semi-final to set up a mouthwatering clash with East Grinstead in tomorrow’s final. An outstanding display from Matt Taylor’s side denied Reading the time and … Continue reading
Two goals from Niall Stott helped East Grinstead to sweep aside Surbiton and take their place in Sunday’s final with a dominant performance, running out 6-2 winners.
A brace of penalty strokes from Southgate’s Rick Gay clinched an immediate return to the top flight for the London side as they grabbed their second win in two games in the playoffs to secure promotion with one game to … Continue reading
Goals from David and Peter Flanagan kept Brooklands alive in the race for promotion as they grabbed a precious win over Cardiff and Met who will have to go back to the West Conference after experiencing playoff heartbreak for the … Continue reading
And so, the moment you’ve all been waiting for. With voting now closed and the team of independent adjudicators finished totting up the thousands of votes, The Top of the D’s Team of the Season for the NOW: Pensions Men’s … Continue reading