M1 Win Both Games On Day 1 Of Super 6s Division One

Surbiton’s men are on an early course to regain their Premier Division status after they won both games on Saturday in the Super 6s Division One tournament in Bristol. However, after the first day, they are third in the table behind Brooklands Manchester University and Team Bath Buccaneers on goal difference. A brace each from captain Dave Beckett and Robbie Marx helped Surbiton to a 4-2 win in the opening match on Saturday morning. And then both players notched hat-tricks to see off West Herts 6-2 on Saturday afternoon. Surbiton face Southgate on Sunday (1 pm) and Old Loughtonians at 5 pm to complete the first of two weekends in Bristol. The tournament can be followed at: https://englandhockey.altiusrt.com/competitions/10...

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L1 Beaten 7-1 By Sutton Coldfield

Surbiton Ladies’ hopes of preserving their top-flight status suffered a serious blow when they crashed 7-1 to Sutton Coldfield in their first match of the second weekend of the Super 6s Premier Division tournament at Telford. Charlotte Calnan made her Surbiton indoor debut but Surbiton trailed 3-0 at half time. Jane Sixsmith opened the scoring for Sutton Coldfield in the seventh minute, Emma Mc Cabe adding further goals in the ninth and 17th minutes, all three goals coming from open play. Surbiton’s hopes of a second half comeback were dashed in the 21st minute as Sarah Parkinson-Mills scored 15 seconds and 50 seconds after half time to give Sutton a five goal lead. Surbiton’s consolation goal came in the 28th minute as Giselle Ansley’s drag-flick converted the Sugden Road team’s first penalty corner of the match. Bethan Merriman added to Surbiton’s misery with a brace of open play goals in the 29th and 32nd minutes. The situation could have been worse but for a penalty stroke save from Surbiton’s Vicky Hewett who deflected Vicky Woolford’s penalty stroke over the bar with six minutes to play. Surbiton now face Leicester at 5.30 pm, desperately needing a win to have any chance of staying up. Leicester lost 5-3 to East Grinstead in their first match of the day. Canterbury came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Bowdon Hightown and Slough...

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L1 Battle To Avoid Relegation At Telford This Weekend

Surbiton Ladies will go into the second weekend of the Super 6s Women’s Premier Division tournament aiming to avoid an immediate return to Division One after earning just one point from their first four games. Surbiton will need to beat both eighth placed Sutton Coldfield at 1.30 pm and sixth placed Leicester at 5.30 pm on Saturday if they are to have any hope of avoiding relegation. Then on Sunday, Surbiton face Canterbury, who lead the table after winning all four games over the first weekend at 11 am on Sunday, before concluding the qualifying tournament with a match against the University of Birmingham, who are fourth. The top four teams qualify for the semi-finals at Wembley on 31 January, after the semi-finals were reinstated to finals day. The tournament can be followed live via: https://englandhockey.altiusrt.com/competitions/8. The Surbiton HC website will also be updated with match reports when possible over the weekend. Colin Pike...

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M1 start indoor campaign in Bristol tomorrow

The M1’s kick off their Super Sixes Division 1 indoor campaign at the University of West England in Bristol this Saturday (9 January) when they meet premiership rivals Cannock in the first match of the 2016 competition. The team will welcome a new player to the squad in the form of Kevin Lim joining us from SPV Complutense in Madrid. Kevin brings a wealth of indoor hockey experience with 10 indoor caps for Germany and will play alongside our other German import Robbie Marx whom joined the outdoor program this season from Berliner. The team will be looking to make an immediate return to the Premier League and you can follow their progress live via – https://englandhockey.altiusrt.com/competitions/10. and via the Surbiton HC Twitter feed....

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L1 Facing Relegation Battle On Second Indoor Weekend

Surbiton Ladies face the prospect of an immediate return to the Super Sixes Division One after only accumulating one point from their first four matches of the current Premier Division season. After losing 3-0 to Reading and 7-2 to East Grinstead on Saturday, and drawing 5-5 with Slough at Sunday lunchtime, reigning champions Bowdon Hightown taught Surbiton a lesson, winning 11-3 on Sunday afternoon. Bowdon took the lead after just 39 seconds, Kayleigh Humphries scoring from open play at the left post. In the fourth minute, Tina Cullen doubled Bowdon’s lead before Holly Hunt scored Bowdon’s third goal in the ninth minute, both goals again coming from open play. On the quarter-hour mark, penalty corner specialist, Sally Walton duly scored Bowdon’s fourth goal with a clinical conversion. Three minutes later, Cullen pounced on a rebound from a Vicky Hewett save to put Bowdon 5-0 ahead. Walton found Cullen in the circle to leave Surbiton trailing 6-0 in the last minute of the first half.  However, there was time for Surbiton to score before half time. And it was a fantastic response, youngster Izzy Petter working hard on the right flank before beating Bowdon goalkeeper, Amy Tennant with a superb angled shot. Within a minute of the restart, Bowdon had scored a seventh goal, Walton’s pass to Cullen again bearing fruit, Cullen scoring her fourth goal of the game. Surbiton didn’t give...

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