Source: Andrew Smith

Investec Hockey League previews, Sept 28-29 2019

After securing their first win of the season with a late goal last weekend, Bowdon Hightown head to leaders Hampstead & Westminster in search of another victory in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division on Saturday. Sian French’s 69th minute strike saw the Cheshire outfit battle back from behind at Loughborough Students on Saturday,

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Source: Andrew Smith

Investec Women’s Hockey League Results

Results from Investec Women’s Hockey League 28th September 2019 Beeston 2-3 Holcombe Hampstead & Westminster 3-2 Clifton Robinsons Surbiton 2-1 East Grinstead Buckingham 3-1 Univ of Birmingham Loughborough Students 1-2 Bowdon Hightown Two goals in the final five minutes helped Hampstead & Westminster beat plucky rivals Clifton Robinsons 3-2 and remain top of the Investec

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Source: Andy Smith

Investec Hockey League Preview 28 September

After beating Holcombe last weekend, Clifton Robinsons head to early leaders Hampstead & Westminster on Saturday in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division. Despite going behind after just two minutes Clifton Robinsons battled back to win 2-1 over last season’s beaten finalists, and will want to continue their good form this weekend. “We were

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League Finalists Decided

Surbiton are in with a chance of securing a third straight League Finals double with both teams easing their way into the last two. However they face stern opposition in Hampstead & Westminster’s men and Holcombe’s women, with both sides keen to overturn last year’s losses to the south-west London outfit. Men’s semi-final action: Surbiton

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Source: Peter Smith

Investec Women’s Hockey League reports and results, 16 March 2019

Defending champions Surbiton kept their title hopes on track in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division, winning 4-1 at Clifton Robinsons, who saw their play-off hopes dented. Giselle Ansley and Olivia Chilton fired the visitors to a 2-0 lead before Clifton’s Claire Thomas pulled one back. Ansley restored Surbiton’s two-goal cushion before the half

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