St Ives Ladies 3-0 Harleston Magpies II ST IVES quickly made amends for last weeks defeat to Lincoln, going ahead after just five minutes. Louise Jane Smith tapped in a rebound following fine link-up play between midfield and forward line. Ives held the lead until the break, though Magpies had the better of the game after the interval. Ives extended their lead from a penalty corner, when Helen Clarke fed Abby Holland on the back post. The game was wrapped up shortly after, as player-of-the-match Clarke passed to Holland, who passed to Anne Selfe for the third goal. THE Mens first team went down 2-1 at Felixstowe. Both teams played expansive hockey from the start, and St Ives were unlucky to go behind after a shot took a big deflection past the keeper. They struggled to find their rhythm and fell further behind from the second-half pushback, as the Felixstowe striker rounded Alex Ginns in goal and shot past the covering defender. With 15 minutes to go, a cross from man-of-the-match Alex Prestage found an unmarked Allan Knox to score at the second attempt. St Ives host Upminster next week. St Ives Men II won a cracking game 5-4 against Cambridge City IV, having been 4-1 up, while the thirds narrowly lost 3-2 away against Boston I. St Ives IV won 3-0 against Cambridge South IV, and Ives V also took the points with a convincing 5-1 victory against March Town IV. HUNTINGDON I won a to-and-fro battle 4-3 against Cambridge University III in the Cambs East Premier. Joan Griffiths and Sarah Chadband twice put the Hunters ahead but Uni equalised. Hannah Darcy scored a third after half-time, and Chadband made the game safe at 4-2 after before Uni secured a late goal. Huntingdon Ladies II had to lend their opponents players in a 3-0 friendly defeat to Cambridge Nomads. Nomads took a 2-0 first-half lead, and added a third in the second period. Liz Mitchell created chances for Huntingdon, who hit the post three times but could not claim a consolation.