Owen Edwards reports on the final weekend of matches for this season for St Neots Hockey Club.

St Neots Women’s 1s confirmed promotion to Division 1N with a 5-3 final day victory over Pelicans 1s.

Saints were two goals up at half time, both coming from Louise Taylor.

Taylor completed her hat-trick after the break from the penalty spot and despite the visitors coming back into the game, goals from Claudia Law and Marie Quintilla confirmed the three points.

The Hunts Post: Louise Taylor scores from the spot for her hat-trick.Louise Taylor scores from the spot for her hat-trick. (Image: Steve Moore)

The 2s finished bottom and therefore leave the division in the other direction.

The 3s also finished in the bottom two of their league despite a 1-0 win over Cambridge South 5s, Hayley Doyle with the goal.

The Women’s 4s completed an excellent season as the club’s development side with a 1-1 draw against Long Sutton 2s thanks to a Lizzie Bertram goal.

The Men’s 1s rounded off an impressive season finishing third with a 4-2 away victory over City of Peterborough 4s.

Goals from Bradley Forsdick and Phil McMorris gave Saints a two goal lead going into the break.

In the second half, the hosts came back within a goal, but Matt Emery scored Saints’ third.

Despite City scoring again, Forsdick doubled his tally to wrap up the win.

The 2s missed out on promotion by two points but finished the campaign with a 3-0 win over City of Peterborough 6s.

James Findlay made a hat trick of assists, setting up goals firstly for Paul Ray and twice for Andrew Pope.

The 3s drop out of the division after a 3-0 loss away to Cambridge South 5s.

There was no game for the 4s, but they had already secured a top three finish of their own.