Long Sutton Hockey Club

Six-y show earns Long Sutton 2nd maiden win

Long Sutton ladies’ 2nd roared to their first win of the East Women’s League Division 3NW (N) as they crushed Woodhall Spa 1st 6-0 on Saturday. With two draws already under their belt, Emma Howells put Sutton in command with two quick goals. Sutton’s Millie Lamming graced the scoresheet again, while Georgina Maplethorpe crowned her all round good performance with ...

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Four-some Spalding 1st bounce back in style

Spalding Hockey Club’s top men’s team announced themselves in East League Division One with an impressive 4-1 victory over Colchester 1st on Saturday. Having lost their opener, Spalding started the Surfleet clash in fine form thanks to a strike from goal machine Stuart Cunnington, who lashed into the roof of the net. It was 1-1 at the interval, though, with ...

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Wonderful Woodhead shines in Sutton success

Three second-half goals fired Long Sutton ladies’ 1st to another eye-catching victory on Saturday. They made it two wins from as many East Women’s League Division 2NW games by seeing off St Neots 1st 3-0 and are sitting pretty in second place. After a goalless first period, player-of-the-match Leanne Woodhead rifled a super strike into the corner to break the ...

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Five-star Spalding 2nd make the perfect start

Doubles from Glenn Perkins and Hector Moore guided Spalding 2nd to a sublime 5-0 win in their first East Men’s Hockey League Division 3NW clash on Saturday. Their victims at Glen Park were St Ives 2nd, who found Spalding too hot to handle in every department. Mike Riley opened the scoring with a neat flick into the net, before Perkins ...

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Poachers and Long Sutton get seasons off to fliers

Both Spalding Poachers 1st and Long Sutton ladies’ 1st made incredible starts to the new East Women’s Hockey League Division 2NW season on Saturday. Spalding, who won the county title over the summer, continued their outstanding pre-season form by thrashing Ely City 1st 11-0 to go top. Katie Gray (5), Kelly Tuplin (4), Kelly Slater and Jacqui Hunter all notched ...

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