Volunteer Drivers Wanted

We are looking for volunteers from within the club who might be available from 16 – 21 May 2018 (or on any of these days) to drive the visiting teams and officials to and from Surbiton to their hotels, and to pick-up/drop-off from Gatwick and Heathrow airports. We have secured an excellent deal with Enterprise Cars who have undertaken to provide us with some great minibuses and executive cars. We now just need volunteer drivers to come forward. Volunteers must be aged between 25-65 years of age, with a clean driving licence. If you can help, please contact us at:volunteer@surbitonhc.com Thank you in advance. All the best, Jo Brown and Liselle...

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M1 Finish Third After Brooklands Defeat

Jaffa Super 6s Premier Division – 7 January 2018 SURBITON 5–8 BROOKLANDS MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY Scorers: Alan Forsyth 1-F, 11-PC, 21-F, 29-F; Arjan Drayton-Chana 27-F Squad: Hendrik Geyer, Rob Farrington, Luke Noblett, Jonny Gall (Capt.), Alan Forsyth, Taylor Seager-Green (GK). Subs: Arjan Drayton-Chana (5″), Willie Marshall (5″), Lewis Prosser (5″), Adam Buckle (7″). Sub not used: Mark Haycroft (GK). Umpires: Mark Everard and Nick White Surbiton Men finished third in the Jaffa Super 6s Premier Division and will play second placed East Grinstead in the semi-finals at the Copper Box Arena on 28 January after losing their final game 8-5 to Brooklands Manchester University. Brooklands needed the victory to avoid relegation to Division One, and the result confirms that both Loughborough Students and Sevenoaks will be playing in the lower division in 2018-19. Wimbledon will play Team Bath in the other semi-final. The matchups were decided regardless of Surbiton’s result and when Alan Forsyth gave Surbiton a first minute lead, the defending champions were merely heading for second place. However, Brooklands, having a more important ambition of remaining in the top flight, improved their chances in the fifth minute when Richard Slater levelled from open play. Forsyth converted a penalty corner in the 11th minute, only for Oliver Clarke to equalise, also from a penalty corner within a minute. Brooklands’ hopes of staying up over Sevenoaks on goal difference were enhanced just before half time when Stefan...

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L1 Held By Chelmsford In Bristol

Jaffa Super 6s Division One – 7 January 2018 SURBITON 3–3 CHELMSFORD Scorers: Zoe Allchurch 9-F, Darcy Bourne 18-PC, Natalie Maclean 32-PC Squad: Louisa Shriver (GK); Darcy Bourne, Lizzy Gittens, Ellie Tait, Autumn Brown, Natalie Maclean (Capt.) Subs: Fifi Robinson (5″), Zoe Allchurch (6″), Freya Gladstone (6″). Subs not used: Ellie Shahbo (GK); Ella Burnley Umpires: Sarah Chapman and Eric Dickinson Surbiton Ladies missed the opportunity to finish the first weekend of the Jaffa Super 6s Division One tournament in Bristol in second place, being held to a 3-3 draw by Chelmsford after leading 2-0 at half time. Zoe Allchurch broke the deadlock in the ninth minute from open play with Darcy Bourne scoring her sixth goal of the weekend and keeping up her record of scoring in every game with an 18th minute penalty corner conversion. Chelmsford fought back after half time, pulling a goal back through Phillippa Went in the 24th minute, followed by Georgia Davies’ penalty corner equaliser four minutes later. Surbiton captain, Natalie Maclean restored her side’s lead with eight minutes to play with a penalty corner conversion, but Chelmsford earned a point when Kate Taylor levelled from open play with five minutes remaining. Surbiton are likely to go into the second weekend at Nottingham Trent University in third place on seven points. Buckingham lead the way with twelve points with Sevenoaks second on eight. Brooklands Poynton can join Surbiton on seven...

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M1’s Jaffa Super 6s Winning Run Ended by Holcombe

Jaffa Super 6s Premier Division – 7 January 2018 HOLCOMBE 5–4 SURBITON Scorers: Alan Forsyth 2-F, 38-F; Willie Marshall 13-F, 15-PC. Squad: Lewis Prosser, Luke Noblett, Jonny Gall (Capt.), Willie Marshall, Alan Forsyth, Taylor Seager-Green (GK). Subs: Hendrik Geyer (4″), Rob Farrington (4″), Adam Buckle (6″), Arjan Drayton-Chana (8″). Sub not used: Mark Haycroft (GK) Umpires: Sean Edwards and Rob Jenkins Surbiton Men’s hopes of finishing top of the Jaffa Super 6s Premier Division were ended after Holcombe came from 3-0 down at half time to win 5-4 at Bromsgrove School on Sunday morning. Wimbledon are now guaranteed to finish top of the table after the eight qualifying matches, whilst East Grinstead, Surbiton and Team Bath Buccaneers have all qualified for finals day at the Copper Box Arena on 28 January, with just the finishing order to be decided. Surbiton, aiming for a sixth successive victory after losing their opening match against Wimbledon, made the perfect start, Alan Forsyth scoring after just two minutes. Willie Marshall added further goals in the 13th and 15th minutes, the second from a penalty corner to leave Surbiton cruising at half time. Holcombe began their comeback within two minutes of the start of the second half. Robert Field scored in the 22nd minute, with Daniel Webster converting a penalty corner five minutes later. Holcombe were level in the 34th minute, Max Webster scoring, and a minute later took the lead,...

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Buckingham Just Too Good For L1 At Jaffa Super 6s

Jaffa Super 6s Division One – 7 January 2018 BUCKINGHAM 3–2 SURBITON Scorers: Freya Gladstone 29-PC, Darcy Bourne 33-PS Squad: Louisa Shriver (GK); Darcy Bourne, Lizzie Gittens, Ellie Tait, Autumn Brown, Natalie Maclean (Capt.) Subs: Zoe Allchurch (6″), Fifi Robinson (7″), Freya Gladstone (8″) Umpires: Julie Spice and Brett Friskney Surbiton Ladies suffered their first defeat at the Jaffa Super 6s Division One in Bristol on Sunday morning, but came back from 2-0 down before Buckingham scored the winning goal. Both teams had won their first two games, Buckingham aiming for an immediate return to the Premier Division. Buckingham led 2-0 after just five minutes, Katrina Nicholson opening the scoring in the fourth minute through open play and Rebecca van Berkel adding a second a minute later via a penalty corner routine. To their credit, Surbiton battled hard an pulled a goal back in the 29th minute, Freya Gladstone convertng a penalty corner. Four minutes later, Darcy Bourne kept up her record of scoring in every game, equalising from the penalty spot. With three minutes to play, van Berkel broke Surbiton’s hearts with another penalty corner routine. Surbiton dropped from second to third on goal difference after Beeston beat St. Albans 6-1 on Sunday. Surbiton take on Chelmsford in their final game of the weekend at 1600. More information about the tournament as well as real time updates of every match can be found at...

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