Long Sutton Hockey Club

Baker hits five to put Sutton on brink of step up

Long Sutton Men 1s 8March Town 1s 1Josh Baker scored five times as Long Sutton moved to within a point of securing promotion from Men’s East League Division Two North West.A draw in their final match at bottom club Cambridge City 4s on Saturday will make them uncatchable by Division Two North East rivals Ipswich & East Suffolk.Man of the match ...

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Men’s 1st give Ely City 9-2 drubbing at home

Long Sutton Men’s 1st 9Ely City 1st 2 Three games to go and with promotion hopes in their hands, the lads were focused on getting the job done.Sutton began the game in typical Sutton style – hard and fast.The boys were 1-0 up through Josh Baker before the home side could even get a touch on the ball.The first goal ...

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Sargeant at double for revenge success

Long Sutton Men 1st 4City of Peterborough 4th 2Revenge was sweet for Sutton as they avenged their early-season defeat at Peterborough.The majority of the first period action was in the opposition half with several penalty corners won before Luke Proctor swept home from close range.A second came from a smart attack down the right found Josh Baker to cut inside ...

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3-0 win over St Ives for Sutton men’s 2nd team

Long Sutton Men’s 2nds 3St Ives 3rds 0Goals: Luke Jackson, Troy Croxford, Sam Bartlett Fresh off the back of a tough game at home against a strong Wisbech side, Sutton looked to recoup their losses and field a side away to St Ives – historically a tricky side to navigate, as evidences by the 1-1 draw in the first fixture ...

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Sutton ladies’ 2nd go down to Wisbech 3rd

Long Sutton HC Ladies’ 2nd 0Wisbech 3rd 5 The game was a rescheduled match against the team currently sitting at the top of the league.This didn’t make any difference though as Long Sutton 2nd had already knocked one team off the top.The game started well with Long Sutton pushing Wisbech back but the game was to be an end to ...

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Men’s 1st team make it nine on the bounce

Long Sutton Mens’ 1st 8St Neots 1st 2 Sutton hosted St Neots this week.In the reverse fixture, the boys travelled with 11 men and won 2-1 in a game that was a real turning point in the lads’ season. Since then, they have only lost once.Sutton started with a bang. They were two goals up inside the first five minutes.A ...

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3-1 derby day win for Long
Sutton men’s second team

LSHC Mens’ 1st 5Cambridge City 3rd 3Sutton started fast but posed little threat early doors.Josh Baker scored after a call from Joshua Fyson found Dominic Ibrahim who put it on a plate for Baker to finish.City clawed one back with an excellent finish.Sutton responded, winning their first short of the day. It was duly dispatched by Fyson.Once again City fought ...

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Men’s 1st come out on top in local derby

LSHC Mens’ 1st 4Wisbech 1st 2Sutton started well with a couple of early chance but nothing of note to cause Wisbech any serious threat.The away side had their own chances too but James Cliff was strong between the sticks along with his defence of Dan Oldfield, Josh Fyson, Michael Donaghy and Luke Proctor.About halfway into the half the deadlock was ...

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Cliff stands tall to help Sutton to sixth win in row

Long Sutton Men 1st 7City of Peterborough 3rd 1Despite a huge home win, it was goalkeeper James Cliff who took the man of the match honours.He pulled off some outstanding saves keeping out quick breakaways as a result of the high Sutton press to help his team to a sixth consecutive victory.A short corner provided the first goal of the game, ...

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Fyson leads Sutton to another goal spree

Bourne Deeping 1st 1Long Sutton Men 1st 6The goals continued to flow for Long Sutton.After racking up ten against Cambridge City 4th a week earlier, they stuck six more past their derby rivals in East Men’s League Division Two North West.A penalty corner broke the deadlock when Joshua Fyson tucked away a drag flick. Another penalty corner opportunity was dispatched ...

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Baker capitalises on slip to secure win for Sutton

March Town 1st 2Long Sutton Men 1st 3Long Sutton moved within two points of second-placed March in Division Two North West of the East Men’s League with a thrilling win at their rivals.The game was a tough one with strong challenges and good battles. March were the first to get on the scoresheet with a well finished slap.Sutton were not ...

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First win earns hockey derby glory

Spalding Ladies 1st 0Long Sutton 1st 1Hannah Barker was on target to give Sutton the local derby bragging rights and help them to their first win of the East Women’s Division Two North West win at the ninth attempt.A gripping encounter saw Spalding dominate possession, orchestrating numerous attacks with several short corners and shots on goal.Despite their offensive prowess, the ...

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Good results for Long Sutton second teams

Long Sutton Ladies’ 2nd 5Wisbech 4th 0 Sutton welcomed local rivals Wisbech and proceedings got off to a great start, Chantil Sinclair scoring her second goal in two games with a fine far post tap-in after great work down the flank by Aimee Betts.Sutton increased their lead shortly after in similar fashion this time with Alison Whittaker applying the finish.Sutton ...

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Long Sutton Men’s 1st take third spot in division 2NW

Long Sutton Men’s 1st team returned to action after a week’s hiatus taking on St Ives Men’s 2nd. St Ives Men’s 2nd and Long Sutton are two of a few early stalwarts of the New England Hockey East League Division 2 North West, having done battle every year since its formation three years ago and a battle some have certainly ...

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Batten at double to put 2s top

St Neots 1s 1 Long Sutton 1s 2Sutton closed in on the East Men’s League Division Two North West leaders with a win at high-flying St Neots.The opening exchanges were cagey with the visitors’ defence of Michael Donaghy, Joshua Fyson, Dan Oldfield and Luke Proctor absorbing the pressure well.At the other end, Nick Ellis, man of the match McKenzie East, ...

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Fyson’s twin strike scares leaders

Josh Fyson scored twice and Frazer Watt was also on target in Long Sutton’s 5-3 defeat at unbeaten leaders Wisbech Town in Division Two North West of the East Men’s League on Friday.The second team had a 5-0 walkover because opponents Cambridge City 5th were unable to raise a side in Division Three North West.Annabelle Giles made her debut for Long ...

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Men’s 2nd only winners for Sutton

LSHC Mens’ 1st 3Bourne Deeping 1st 4The home side boasted a 14-man strong squad with additions of Dan Oldfield, Will Taylor and Mckenzie East.The game began with Sutton pushing early doors. However, five minutes in, Bourne Deeping got on the scoresheet.The ball found its way through several bodies and the keeper was unable to prevent a Bourne player from tapping ...

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A mixed bag for Long Sutton teams

LSHC Mens’ First 2Cambridge South 2nds 2The first game of the season saw the mens’ 1st secure a well earned point away at Cambridge South.The game was end to end action, with both teams taking chances, but falling short of results.South opened the score line with a quick counter attack, leading to a tap-in at the back post.Sutton dug deep ...

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Wrights Properties to support junior players

Long Sutton Hockey Club’s junior section will, once again, be sponsored by Wrights Properties, in what is the club’s Centenary Year.Stewart Wright, of Wrights Properties, said: “We would like to thank Josh Baker and all the amazing coaching team for all the time and hard work they put in to making this section of the club such a success.“Not only ...

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Tizzano scoops a point for Seconds at Cambridge

Ipswich 2nd 2Spalding Ladies’ 1st 0Spalding made the long trip to Ipswich with a change of formation and high hopes. Some great back transfers and leads from the forwards allowed the visitors to have great possession and attacking drive. Spalding were able to move freely through the middle with some great one-twos and runs round the backline. They were unfortunate ...

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