Five-star Hunters are marching on

HUNTINGDON Ladies 1st XI dispatched March in the Cambridge East Cup match 5-0. After a fairly even start by both teams, Hunters eventually got their game together. In what turned out to be a comfortable win, goals came from Jacki O Neill, Bernice Bales,

HUNTINGDON Ladies 1st XI dispatched March in the Cambridge East Cup match 5-0. After a fairly even start by both teams, Hunters eventually got their game together.

In what turned out to be a comfortable win, goals came from Jacki O'Neill, Bernice Bales, Sarah Chadband, Joan Griffiths and Pinkie O'Neill.

Bernice Bales and Alice Edwards put in some sterling work to make sure March were given no chance to get into the game.

St Ives failed to find the form of late in their NE14Hockey Division 2N fixture against Spalding but still managed to come away with a solid 2-0 victory.


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The first half was a drab affair, the home side failed to get going and Spalding posed few, if any, threats.

St Ives stepped up their game in the second half and played decent possession hockey.

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They were rewarded when firstly Paul Swannell and then (man of the match) Ben Scarrow struck from two well-worked penalty corner routines to secure the win.

St Ives 2nds stopped the recent rot by taking a point from Cambridge City in a 1-1 draw. The goal was scored by Mike Wilderspin.

St Ives 3rds were well beaten by Ely 5-2. Singh and Aubrey scoring.

And the 4ths undefeated run in the league came to an end on Saturday when they went down to March 3rds 3-0.

The 5ths picked up a decent 2-2 draw in Cambridge

St Ives Ladies were on the wrong end of a 6-2 result against league leaders Dereham in the East Women's League Division 1N.

Three down before Juliet Fabb scored for the hosts, they managed one more from Helen Clarke.

Ladies 3rds drew 1-1 in Cambridge with Christine Foster grabbing the goal.

St Neots 3rds were well beaten by Alford 2nds 3-1 despite a strike by Kev Sequenza

St Neots Ladies 3rds had a great 4-1 win over Welwyn. Hat-trick hero was Charlotte Gillam with Jay Dickinson adding the fourth

St Neots Ladies 2nds took on Royston losing by the odd goal in a game that produced nine. Saints goals from Fiona Humphrey (2), Hannah Rose and Kerry Hagger.

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