Hockey Round-up

St Ives Men SAINTS won a clash of two in-form teams as they saw off Cambridge Nomads II 3-0. Ian Basser, Ben Scarrow and John Marjason-Stamp were on target to help keep Saints top of the East League Division 3NW. Suneil Raval made some good saves for St

St Ives Men

SAINTS won a clash of two in-form teams as they saw off Cambridge Nomads II 3-0.

Ian Basser, Ben Scarrow and John Marjason-Stamp were on target to help keep Saints top of the East League Division 3NW.

Suneil Raval made some good saves for St Ives to keep a clean sheet and Joe Brennan was man of the match.


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Meanwhile, St Ives II played out an exciting 3-3 draw with high-flying Wisbech Town II in Division 4NW.

Kishor Shah profited from a goalkeeping blunder to give Saints the lead but Wisbech scored twice to lead at the break.

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Simon Bollom equalised from the spot before the visitors again took the lead. But Bollom was on hand to set up his son Chris to equalise from a penalty corner.

A James Cahill hat-trick was the highlight as St Ives III emerged 5-3 victors at Wisbech.

Aaron Singh and Andy Moore were the other players on the scoresheet.

Two goals from Simon Dawson could not stop St Ives IV sliding to a 4-2 defeat at Cambridge Nomads. The visitors raced into a 2-0 lead but the home side turned the match around.

A solitary strike from Rob Brand was the only consolation for St Ives V, who lost out 3-1 to City of Peterborough VII.

St Neots Men

Saints held off a late fightback from visitors Saffron Walden to hang on for a 3-2 victory.

Allan Knox, Aron Swales and Simba Chigwada gave their side a three-goal lead before the visitors rallied.

A double strike from Kev Sequenza was not enough to prevent St Neots III slipping to a 4-2 defeat by Boston. Goalkeeper Terry Hayden was too often left exposed as Boston enhanced their Division 4NW promotion prospects.

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