Source: Peter Smith

Surbiton reclaim top spot

Surbiton went back to the top of the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division after winning 3-1 at Clifton Robinsons, as rivals the University of Birmingham saw their match at East Grinstead postponed. A frozen pitch forced the postponement of the match at Saint Hill Road, which gave Surbiton the chance to take back the

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Source: Andy Smith

Birmingham face East Grinstead test

After going top of the table last weekend the University of Birmingham will be looking to hold on to the lead in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division when they go to East Grinstead on Saturday. Victory over Clifton Robinsons – coupled with Surbiton being held to a draw by Bowdon Hightown – put

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Source: Andy Smith

Canterbury continue relegation battle

Unbeaten in six matches, Canterbury take on Buckingham in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division on Saturday as they continue their battle to avoid relegation. The Kent side find themselves bottom of the league despite being the only team to have not lost any of their last six outdoor fixtures. Their current position can

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Source: Andrew Smith

Canterbury hold league leaders Surbiton to a draw

Bottom of the table Canterbury held leaders Surbiton to a 1-1 draw in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division as their battle to avoid relegation continued. Canterbury, who have now drawn six of their 12 games so far this season, opened the scoring through Grace Balsdon in the 23rd minute, only for Rebecca Middleton

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Source: Andy Smith

In form East Grinstead face Holcombe test

After moving up into third spot in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division following a good away win last weekend, East Grinstead are preparing to face the team they replaced in the play-off spots this Sunday. Holcombe dropped from third to fifth following a 2-1 loss at Jaffa Super 6s indoor winners Bowdon Hightown

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