Buckingham defeated Bowdon Hightown 4-3 in the women’s Jaffa Super 6s final, taking the title for the first time in their history and avenging their 2019 final defeat. There was no holding back when the opening whistle blew, Lottie Porter firing Buckingham into an early lead with a smart finish before Sally Walton struck back
Four more goals from Sally Walton helped Bowdon Hightown secure their place in the Jaffa Super 6s Finals next month, and ensured the experienced international ended the group stages top of the goal-scoring table. The 38-year-old has 21 goals across Bowdon Hightown’s eight group stage matches, which culminated in a 4-0 win over Sutton Coldfield
East Grinstead top the table in the Women’s Premier Division after the first action-packed weekend of the Jaffa Super 6s Indoor Championships at the Phoenix Sport and Leisure Centre in Telford. Sophie Bray scored eight times across their four matches, helping to leave East Grinstead as one of two teams with 100% records so far.
East Grinstead won both the men’s and women’s Jaffa Super 6s Finals at a great day of indoor hockey at the Copper Box Arena. East Grinstead’s women were the first to secure silverware, comprehensively seeing off Buckingham 10-2 in the final. And then their male compatriots followed suit for their 14th indoor title, beating Surbiton