St Ives Hockey Reports

East Men s League Division One St Ives 0 Harleston Magpies II 10 ST IVES were crushed by an energetic Harleston Magpies team chasing promotion. Missing a string of influential players, Ives conceded one of eight first half goals within the first minute.

East Men's League Division One

St Ives 0 Harleston Magpies II 10

ST IVES were crushed by an energetic Harleston Magpies team chasing promotion. Missing a string of influential players, Ives conceded one of eight first half goals within the first minute. The hosts put on an improved second half display but it was not enough to stop the visitors adding a further two to their tally as Ives' recent slump continued.

East Men's League Division Four NW


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St Ives III 0 Horncastle 3

AN EARLY goal doomed St Ives III as they conceded after just 30 seconds. The hosts enjoyed good periods of possession and had forced the visiting goalkeeper to pull off thee excellent saves before the interval. A sloppy midfield pass allowed the visitors to extend their lead and they notched a third in the closing stages.

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St Ives V 6 Spalding IV 2

ST IVES V cruised to an easy win, dominating the mid-table team from the start. Several scoring opportunities were wasted early on before three late first half strikes from winger Peter Dickenson, midfielder Ollie McGlashan and Richard Corbett effectively ended the contest before the break. Corbett and Mike England grabbed two more goals as the second half began whilst McGlashan prodded home a goal-mouth scramble to complete the rout. The visitors rallied as Ives' play became complacent and they grabbed two consolation goals late on.

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