L1 Maintain Three Point Lead After 2-0 Win At East Grinstead

Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division – 4 November 2017 EAST GRINSTEAD 0–2 SURBITON Scorers: Emily Atkinson 17-PC, Emily Defroand 31-F Squad: Grace Lawes (GK); Giselle Ansley, Sarah Haycroft (Capt.), Georgie Twigg, Jo Hunter, Hannah Martin, Emily Atkinson, Emily Defroand, Beckie Middleton, Chloe Palmer, Robyn Collins. Subs: Sarah Page (6″), Holly Payne (7″), Alice Sharp (9″), Izzy Petter (11″), Ella Burnley (18″) Umpires: Lelia Sacré and Cathy Wright Match Official: Jo Pennycook   Surbiton Ladies maintained their three point lead over second placed University of Birmingham in the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division after winning 2-0 at East Grinstead on Saturday...

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L1’s Emily Defroand Helping With East London Hockey Project

Surbiton Ladies’ Emily Defroand, along with Rio gold medallist Helen Richardson-Walsh are going to be the face of an East London Hockey Project in the build-up to next summer’s Women’s Hockey World Cup. On Friday they both attended Walthamstow Academy to help out at a girls’ PE lesson together with volunteers from Waltham Forest Hockey Club. More information, pictures and a quote from Emily can be found at the England Hockey website...

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Forsyth In England Hockey’s Team Of The Week Again!

Surbiton’s Alan Forsyth has been selected for England Hockey’s Team of the Week for the second time this season after scoring four goals in the 5-4 win over Beeston on Sunday. Forsyth was named in the very first Team of the Week along with Giselle Ansley and Paddy Tripp at the end of September and becomes the first player to be selected twice. Also included in this week’s team are two Wapping HC players, who as doctors saved a member of the opposition’s life after he went into cardiac arrest during the game. For more information and a complete list of this week’s selected players along with reasons for selection, visit the England Hockey website here...

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L1 Quintet Selected For Hockey World League Final In NZ

England Head Coach, Danny Kerry has named five Surbiton Ladies players in his 18 player squad for the Sentinel Homes Hockey World League Final tournament in Auckland, New Zealand from 17-26 November. Giselle Ansley, Emily Defroand, Sarah Haycroft, Hannah Martin and Hollie Pearne-Webb have all been included. With Kerry electing to make four changes from the squad named for the EuroHockey Championships, Jo Hunter, who scored Surbiton’s winning goal at home to Leicester and was also on target against Slough on Saturday, just misses out on selection. Kerry returns having missed the EuroHockey Championships due to illness. Kerry said, “Our selection for this World League represents a growing depth within our squad and the form and intent over the recent training block. The application of all of the athletes has been first rate and we look forward to the competition coming up.” “We have a core of experience and leadership qualities running through the team including, but not limited to Pearne-Webb, Unsworth, Bray and Danson forming a spine of the team. We know that all of the teams have similar strengths and it will be a sensational opportunity to enjoy what we do best; competing.” Matches will be shown on BT Sport.  The complete squad plus fixture details for the pool games including UK times can be found at the England Hockey website...

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GB U21 Men Just Miss Out On Sultan of Johor Cup Glory

Great Britain’s Under-21 Men just missed out on lifting the Sultan of Johor Cup, going down 2-0 to Australia in Malaysia on Sunday. Joel Rintala’s fourth minute penalty corner and an open play goal from Nathan Ephraums enabled Australia to avenge their earlier 4-2 defeat in the round-robin stage and retain the title. Surbiton’s Zach Wallace was once more in the Great Britain starting line-up. More information about the tournament can be found at the official tournament website...

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