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Hockey - 01. April 2009.

Bowdon Hightowns 100 % record dreams dashed

In the Women’s Premier Division, Bowdon Hightown’s dream of a 100% record for the season was dashed by the in form Canterbury as they succumbed to a 3-1 defeat. Canterbury took 13 points from their final five games in their assault on a European qualification place, but they finished a point short of Olton & WW in third. Natasha Brennan (2) and Cindy Botha scored the goals to halt Hightown’s winning run and claim the right as the only side to take points from the Women’s Premier Division Champions this season. Olton’s 3-2 win at Poynton staved off the threat of Canterbury to secure European qualification by finishing second, Denise Marston Smith scored the winner in the 43rdth minute courtesy of Sarah Glanvill. Kerry Williams’ 70th minute penalty corner was too late to earn any points for her side as Slough took the three points against Leicester, Alex Scott and Lauren Penney the scorers for Slough. Trojans and Clifton went into halftime 1-1 in their last game of the season, neither side was able to progress the scoreline in the second half and the game ended in a draw. minute, the second of her two goals. The bottom two sides, Chelmsford and Ipswich, fittingly ended their seasons in a 2-2 draw, Chelmsford rescuing a point in the 68

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