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Highlights of YHA Mens League Cup E Final
Click here for Highlights of the YHA Mens League Cup E Final at Doncaster HC on 8 May 2011
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Friday 20 May 2011 - 03:53:36;

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Leaders East Grinstead host Hampstead and Westminster on Saturday evening as they aim to end their 2014 outdoor fixtures on a high in the NOW: Pensions Men’s Hockey League Premier Division. With just one loss so far from ten matches, East Grinstead are three points clear at the top of the table with the best attack and defence in the division. “We’ve had a stellar season so far, apart from one blip,” said East Grinstead Manager Matt Jones. “But we can’t afford to take our eye off the ball, as Hampstead are a tough opponent. “We will be focused on our strengths whilst being respectful of Hampstead. The league is really close this season, and we can’t afford any slip-ups. “We want to maintain this run of good form into the indoor season, and lay the foundation for a good start to the outdoor in February.” Surbiton will be looking to turn up the heat on East Grinstead when they play at Reading on Sunday, while reigning champions Beeston go to Canterbury, also on Sunday. Fourth-placed Wimbledon could climb to third with a win over Southgate at Kingsway on Saturday evening, while in-form Brooklands Manchester University are at home against Cannock with both teams looking to move away from the relegation zone Meanwhile, the Reading v Cannock game which was postponed on 14 November has been rescheduled for 7 December.. On Sunday there’s a big showdown in the NOW: Pensions Conference West as the top two teams, Cardiff and Met and Team Bath Buccaneers meet. Both sides have 27 points but Cardiff have a vastly superior goal difference. In the NOW: Pensions Conference North, Sheffield Hallam will look to pick themselves up after a 5-1 defeat to Bowdon as they face relegation-threatened Leek. Leaders Bowdon will aim to continue their unbeaten streak against University of Durham. Holcombe are a real force to be reckoned with in the NOW: Pensions Conference East and their run of ten wins in ten games has seen them score an incredible 59 goals. They’ll look to keep their form on track as they host Oxted who have had a week’s rest after having their game postponed last Sunday. * The above file photo show’s East Grinstead's Sam Driver versus Beeston, credit www.davidkissman.co.uk NOW: Pensions Men’s Hockey League (Saturday, November 29 2014) NOW: Pensions Premier DivisionWimbledon v Southgate 18:00East Grinstead v Hampstead and Westminster 18:00 NOW: Pensions Men’s Hockey League (Sunday, November 30 2014) NOW: Pensions Premier DivisionCanterbury v Beeston 13:00Brooklands Manchester University v Cannock 14:00Reading v Surbiton 14:30 NOW: Pensions Conference WestGuildford v Barford Tigers 12:00University of Exeter v University of Birmingham 12:30Cheltenham v Indian Gymkhana 12:30Cardiff and Met v Team Bath Buccaneers 13:00Fareham v Whitchurch 13:30 NOW: Pensions Conference NorthWakefield v Deeside Ramblers 13:30Doncaster v Olton and West Warwickshire 14:00Leek v Sheffield Hallam 14:00Loughborough Students v Belper 14:00University of Durham v Bowdon 14:00 NOW: Pensions Conference EastTeddington v Richmond 12:30Brighton and Hove v Old Loughtonians 13:00Bromley and Beckenham v West Herts 13:00Chichester Priory Park v Cambridge City 13:30Holcombe v Oxted 14:30


Date published: Fri, 28 Nov 2014 13:52:33 GMT

 
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