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Hockey - 21. February 2008.

England Slazenger EHL Newsletter

There was a top of the table clash in the Women’s Premier Division, on Saturday, when leaders Slough played host to second placed Bowdon Hightown. Slough, unbeaten at home, found themselves a goal down after nine minutes, but went in at the half with the psychological advantage having scored shortly before the half through Becky Odlin and Vicky Goodacre. Alex Scott put the Berkshire side ahead after the break; despite applying pressure and Kirsty Mackay putting in an impressive performance between the posts for the visitors, Lindsay’s French late strike ended as a consolation goal. The result put Slough seven points clear at the top of the division. Olton & WW and Leicester both recorded victories to continue to apply pressure on Bowdon Hightown for second place. Old Loughtonians gained a valuable draw at home to Clifton, though remain nine points adrift of safety. Canterbury seized that opportunity their 3-1 away win at Chelmsford lifted them into 5th place

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