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Hockey - 18. October 2011.

Investec England Women's Hockey League weekend update

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Laura Bartlett struck twice in two minutes for Reading in the second half of their Investec Premier Division victory over Bowdon Hightown on Sunday. The goals helped earn her side their fifth win of the season. Having travelled with their Male counterparts from the England Hockey League, Reading led the way for a double Berkshire victory by winning 4-1 in the earlier of the two starts. Jess Brooker opened the scoring in the sixth minute and her goal was followed in the second half by Helen Richardson’s strike before Bartlett’s double. Though Natalie Wray scored for Hightown in the 60th minute, it proved nothing more than a consolation as they slipped to a third defeat in four games.

Olton & WW lead the charge behind Reading thanks to three Emma McCabe goals securing a 3-1 victory over local rivals Sutton Coldfield on Saturday. Sutton could be forgiven for thinking they had turned the corner following a 4-2 win over Slough last week, but Olton brought them back down to Earth with a bump. Cannock’s fifth straight defeat came at the hands of University of Birmingham who moved into third as a result. Ashlie Caddick’s first goal was sandwiched between Liz George’s brace, in the first half, for University of Birmingham before Caddick’s second put the game beyond doubt despite Jess Wood’s 57th minute strike for Cannock. Leicester was held to a 1-1 draw away at Slough after Natalie Bell’s goal cancelled out Katie Long’s 8th minute opener. Euro Canterbury moved up into fourth after defeating Clifton 2-1. Georgina Twigg put Clifton into the lead midway through the first half before Charlotte Craddock equalised against her former club four minutes before half time. Lucy Hyams earned the victory for EuroCanterbury, at Polo Farm, by striking a goal for which Clifton had no answer in the 60th minute.

Top faced bottom in Investec Conference East as Surbiton travelled South East to bottom side Horsham. Surbiton returned to London with all three points after Chloe Strong and Vicky Bryant struck braces followed by Abi Robinson’s 69th minute finish that resulted in a 5-0 triumph. St. Albans remain level on points with Surbiton thanks to a 2-1 win over second bottom Chelmsford in which Sarah Cullum opened the scoring and Kerri Lendon netted the 38th minute decider. Ipswich fell three points behind Surbiton, and St. Albans, after suffering a 2-1 home defeat against last season’s champions Sevenoaks. For Sevenoaks it was their second win of the season. Harleston Magpies were victorious over Old Loughtonians, 1-0, thanks to a goal from Anouska Hipperson; they move above their defeated opponents in the table as a result. Oxford Hawks’ fourth win of the season condemned Maidstone to their second defeat after a 5-1 rout in which Beth Warne scored twice for Hawks.

Beeston fell to third in Investec Conference North after a 4-3 defeat by Wakefield Bradford; Gwen Smith and Cat Horn scored in the final three minutes for Wakefield to overturn a goal deficit to move into second. Durham University tops the Conference thanks to a superior goal difference over Wakefield Bradford after they took advantage of Beeston’s loss. Durham beat Springfields 5-3 with Harriet Moore scoring twice. Doncaster moved up into fourth after a 5-0 victory over bottom side Northampton Saints whose second stint in the EHL has so far failed to conjure a point; Lisa Garbutt and Charlotte Tomlin scored braces for Doncaster. Loughborough Students lost ground on the leaders after losing 3-1 away at Brooklands Poynton in which Helen Armishaw’s two penalty strokes overturned Kate Hewitt’s opener. Whitley Bay & Tynemouth’s second win of the season came at Liverpool Sefton following a 3-0 win in which first half goals were scored by Emma & Gabrielle Foster.

Buckingham’s 100% win record was maintained in Investec Conference West following a 4-0 success over bottom side Staines. Fiona Farley scored twice in the first half to set Buckingham on their way to the win to open up a four point gap in the table over Isca University. Gloucester City held Isca to a 0-0 draw, Gloucester’s third of the season, whilst Exe and Trojans shared the same score line.  Firebrands’ first win of the season came at Team Bath Buccaneers thanks to four second half goals from Holly Savage, Sophie Fynn and Kathryn Bache(2) that overturned a goal deficit into a 4-1 lead before Zoe Shipperley stole a goal back for Buccs. Swansea’s third win moves the Welsh side into third after Bridget Radice and Carys Hopkin’s goals earned a 2-0 victory over Barnes Hounslow Ealing. Barnes HE drop to fourth in the table as a result.


RESULTS

Saturday 15 October


Women's Premier Division    
Cannock  (0) 1 - 4 (3) University of Birmingham    
            Liz George 6 35 - F F    
            Ashlie Caddick 27 49 - PC PC    
Slough  (1) 1 - 1 (1) Leicester    
Natalie Bell 32 - F       Katie Long 8 - F    
Canterbury  (1) 2 - 1 (1) Clifton    
Charlotte Craddock 31 - F                
Lucy Hyams 60 - F                
Sutton Coldfield  (0) 1 - 3 (1) Olton & West Warwicks    
Celia Butler 49 - PC       Emma Mccabe 21 58 63 - F F F    
Women's Conference East    
Horsham  (0) 0 - 5 (1) Surbiton    
            Chloe Strong 33 61 - PC PC    
            Vicky Bryant 48 55 - PC PC    
            Abi Robinson 69 - F    
Ipswich  (1) 1 - 2 (1) Sevenoaks    
            Nicola Lloyd 28 - F    
            Heather Batten 52 - PS    
Maidstone  (1) 1 - 5 (1) Oxford Hawks    
            Beth Warne 17 68 - F F    
            Kathryn Poulter 38 - PC    
            Henri Coles 42 - PC    
            Anna French 62 - F    
St. Albans  (1) 2 - 1 (1) Chelmsford    
Sarah Cullum 5 - F                
Kerri Lendon 38 - PC                
Harleston Magpies  (0) 1 - 0 (0) Old Loughtonians    
Anouska Hipperson 38 - PC          
Women's Conference North    
Wakefield Bradford (1) 4 - 3 (0) Beeston    
Cat Horn 7 68 - F F            Rebecca Eaton 36 - F    
Heather Stafford 47 - F            Nikki Ward 40 - F    
Gwen Smith 67 - F            Hannah Wraith 54 - F    
Brooklands Poynton  (2) 3 - 1 (1) Loughborough Students LHC    
Helen Armishaw 14 35 - PS PS                
Laura Evans 65 - F                
Doncaster  (3) 5 - 0 (0) Northampton Saints    
Lisa Garbutt 8 61 - F F                
Charlotte Tomlin 19 46 - F F                
Emma Pledge 35 - F                
Liverpool Sefton  (0) 0 - 3 (2) Whitley Bay and Tynemouth    
            Emma Foster 20 - F    
            Gabrielle Foster 25 - F    
            Helen Jack 55 - F    
Springfields  (1) 3 - 5 (4) University of Durham    
Kate Ollerenshaw 9 - PC            Louisa Boddy 2 - PC    
Holly Stringfellow 39 - PC            Harriet Moore 6 49 - PC F    
Leanne Sharples 48 - F            Elisa Filarmonico 26 - F    
           Rose Winter 31 - F    
Women's Conference West    
Buckingham  (3) 4 - 0 (0) Staines    
Fiona Farley 12 35 - F F                
Joelle Weston 19 - PC                
Kitty Higgins 64 - PC                
Exe  (0) 0 - 0 (0) Trojans    
         
Isca University (0) 0 - 0 (0) Gloucester City    
         
Swansea  (1) 2 - 0 (0) Barnes Hounslow Ealing   
Bridget Radice 19 - PC                
Carys Hopkins 67 - F                
Team Bath Buccaneers  (1) 2 - 4 (0) Firebrands    
Dani Black 12 - F            Holly Savage 48 - PC    
Zoe Shipperley 69 - PC            Sophie Fynn 51 - F    
           Kathryn Bache 54 61 - PC PC    
Sunday 16 October
         
Women's Premier Division    
Bowdon Hightown (0) 1 - 4 (1) Reading    
       Jessica Brooker 6 - F    
       Helen Richardson 46 - F    
       Laura Bartlett 51 53 - F F  


TOP GOALSCORERS


Women's Premier Division F PC PS Total   
Emma Mccabe Olton & West Warwicks  7 1 0 8   
Denise Marston-Smith Olton & West Warwicks  5 0 0 5   
Liz George University of Birmingham  4 0 0 4   
Tina Cullen Bowdon  Hightown  3 1 0 4   
Jo Turnbull University of Birmingham  3 1 0 4   
Women's Conference East F PC PS Total   
Chloe Strong Surbiton  0 5 0 5   
Tacita Haines Oxford Hawks  4 0 0 4   
Sarah Cullum St. Albans  4 0 0 4   
Jet Van Zalen Sevenoaks  3 0 0 3   
Beth Warne Oxford Hawks  3 0 0 3   
Women's Conference North F PC PS Total   
Harriet Moore University of Durham  7 1 0 8   
Helen Armishaw Brooklands Poynton  3 0 3 6   
Charlotte Tomlin Doncaster  4 0 0 4   
Laura Evans Brooklands Poynton  4 0 0 4   
Lisa Garbutt Doncaster  3 1 0 4   
Women's Conference West F PC PS Total   
Claire Thomas Isca  University  3 2 0 5   
Linda Webb Exe  4 0 0 4   
Sophie Fynn Firebrands  4 0 0 4   
Carys Hopkins Swansea  2 2 0 4   
Kathryn Bache Firebrands  0 4 0 4 

INVESTEC WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE TABLES


Premier Division P W D L F A GD Pts   
1 Reading  5 5 0 0 11 1 10 15   
2 Olton & West Warwicks  5 4 1 0 17 4 13 13   
3 University of Birmingham  5 3 1 1 16 11 5 10   
4 Canterbury  5 3 0 2 11 10 1 9   
5 Clifton  5 2 1 2 10 6 4 7   
6 Leicester  5 2 1 2 7 10 -3 7   
7 Slough  5 1 1 3 6 9 -3 4   
8 Bowdon Hightown 5 1 1 3 10 15 -5 4   
9 Sutton Coldfield  5 1 0 4 9 18 -9 3   
10 Cannock  5 0 0 5 3 16 -13 0 
 
Conference East P W D L F A GD Pts   
1 Surbiton  5 4 1 0 11 1 10 13   
2 St. Albans  5 4 1 0 10 4 6 13   
3 Ipswich  5 3 1 1 9 4 5 10   
4 Oxford Hawks  5 3 0 2 13 5 8 9   
5 Sevenoaks  5 2 1 2 10 6 4 7   
6 Harleston Magpies  5 2 1 2 5 7 -2 7   
7 Maidstone  5 1 2 2 4 10 -6 5   
8 Old Loughtonians  5 1 1 3 4 10 -6 4   
9 Chelmsford  5 1 0 4 6 13 -7 3   
10 Horsham  5 0 0 5 2 14 -12 0 
 
Conference North P W D L F A GD Pts   
1 University of Durham  5 3 2 0 22 6 16 11   
2 Wakefield Bradford 5 3 2 0 9 6 3 11   
3 Beeston  5 3 1 1 19 9 10 10   
4 Doncaster  5 3 1 1 12 10 2 10   
5 Loughborough Students LHC  5 3 0 2 14 4 10 9   
6 Brooklands Poynton  5 3 0 2 15 7 8 9   
7 Whitley Bay and Tynemouth  5 2 0 3 10 14 -4 6   
8 Liverpool Sefton  5 1 0 4 4 12 -8 3   
9 Springfields  5 1 0 4 5 21 -16 3   
10 Northampton Saints  5 0 0 5 3 24 -21 0 
 
Conference West P W D L F A GD Pts   
1 Buckingham  5 5 0 0 20 4 16 15   
2 Isca University 5 3 2 0 12 2 10 11   
3 Swansea  5 3 0 2 12 8 4 9   
4 Barnes Hounslow Ealing 5 3 0 2 7 7 0 9   
5 Exe  5 2 2 1 11 7 4 8   
6 Gloucester City  5 1 3 1 8 9 -1 6   
7 Firebrands  5 1 2 2 12 15 -3 5   
8 Team Bath Buccaneers  5 1 0 4 5 16 -11 3   
9 Trojans  5 0 2 3 2 8 -6 2   
10 Staines  5 0 1 4 3 16 -13 1 

INVESTEC WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE FIXTURES & RESULTS 2011-12


 
Premier Division BH Can Cli EC Lei Olt Rea Slo SC UoB   
Bowdon Hightown  22 Oct 2-2 3-5 11 Mar 3 Dec 1-4 10 Mar 17 Mar 12 Nov   
Cannock 18 Feb  0-2 12 Nov 3 Dec 1-5 26 Feb 1-3 19 Nov 1-4   
Clifton 26 Nov 24 Mar  11 Feb 5-1 5 Nov 0-1 22 Oct 3 Mar 10 Mar   
EuroCanterbury 24 Mar 3 Mar 2-1  19 Nov 18 Feb 0-2 2-0 5 Nov 3 Dec   
Leicester 5 Nov 2-0 17 Mar 10 Mar  0-4 12 Nov 11 Feb 26 Nov 18 Feb   
Olton & WW 3-0 26 Nov 25 Feb 22 Oct 24 Mar  10 Mar 12 Nov 11 Feb 2-2   
Reading 12 Feb 6 Nov 3 Dec 17 Mar 4 Mar 20 Nov  1-0 22 Oct 3-0   
Slough 19 Nov 17 Mar 18 Feb 26 Nov 1-1 3 Mar 24 Mar  2-4 5 Nov   
Sutton Coldfield 1-4 10 Mar 12 Nov 25 Feb 0-3 1-3 18 Feb 3 Dec  24 Mar   
Univ. of Birmingham 3 Mar 11 Feb 19 Nov 4-2 22 Oct 17 Mar 26 Nov 25 Feb 6-3  
 
Conference East Che HM Hor Ips Mai OL OH Sev SA Sur   
Chelmsford  1-2 2-1 3 Mar 22 Oct 12 Nov 18 Mar 26 Nov 18 Feb 0-1   
Harleston Magpies 24 Mar  3 Mar 1-1 5 Feb 1-0 22 Oct 10 Mar 1-4 20 Nov   
Horsham 11 Feb 5 Nov  0-1 10 Mar 1-3 26 Nov 20 Nov 25 Feb 0-5   
Ipswich 5 Nov 11 Feb 24 Mar  20 Nov 4-0 2-1 1-2 10 Mar 25 Feb   
Maidstone 25 Feb 1-0 12 Nov 18 Mar  1-1 1-5 11 Feb 5 Nov 26 Nov   
Old Loughtonians 10 Mar 18 Feb 5 Feb 26 Nov 24 Mar  11 Feb 25 Feb 20 Nov 3 Mar   
Oxford Hawks 20 Nov 25 Feb 3-0 5 Feb 18 Feb 3-0  5 Nov 24 Mar 10 Mar   
Sevenoaks 7-2 12 Nov 18 Mar 18 Feb 0-0 22 Oct 3 Mar  5 Feb 24 Mar   
St Albans 2-1 26 Nov 22 Oct 12 Nov 3 Mar 18 Mar 2-1 2-1  11 Feb   
Surbiton 5 Feb 18 Mar 18 Feb 22 Oct 4-1 5 Nov 12 Nov 1-0 0-0  
 
Conference North Bee BP Don DU LiS LS NS SU WB WBT   
Beeston  4-1 3 Mar 5 Feb 22 Oct 12 Nov 18 Mar 7-0 18 Feb 2-1   
Brooklands Poynton 26 Nov  0-2 25 Feb 18 Mar 3-1 6-0 5 Nov 12 Nov 11 Feb   
Doncaster 5 Nov 24 Mar  10 Mar 2-0 11 Feb 5-0 20 Nov 5 Feb 25 Feb   
Durham University 3-3 22 Oct 12 Nov  3 Mar 18 Mar 24 Mar 18 Feb 0-0 7-0   
Liverpool Sefton 25 Feb 20 Nov 26 Nov 5 Nov  0-4 5 Feb 10 Mar 24 Mar 0-3   
Loughborough Students 10 Mar 18 Feb 7-0 20 Nov 5 Feb  25 Feb 2-0 0-1 5 Nov   
Northampton Saints 20 Nov 5 Feb 18 Feb 0-7 2-4 22 Oct  1-2 3 Mar 10 Mar   
Springfields 5 Feb 3 Mar 18 Mar 3-5 12 Nov 24 Mar 26 Nov  22 Oct 0-6   
Wakefield Bradford 4-3 10 Mar 3-3 11 Feb 1-0 26 Nov 5 Nov 25 Feb  20 Nov   
Whitley Bay & Tynemouth 24 Mar 0-5 22 Oct 26 Nov 18 Feb 3 Mar 12 Nov 5 Feb 18 Mar  
 
Conference West BHE Buc Exe Fir GC IU Sta Swa TBB Tro   
Barnes HE  22 Oct 3-1 18 Mar 5 Feb 1-4 1-0 18 Feb 3 Mar 12 Nov   
Buckingham 25 Feb  20 Nov 11 Feb 5 Nov 10 Mar 4-0 24 Mar 26 Nov 5-2   
Exe 26 Nov 18 Mar  3-3 25 Feb 5 Nov 11 Feb 12 Nov 3-0 0-0   
Firebrands 20 Nov 1-4 5 Feb  24 Mar 1-3 10 Mar 3 Mar 18 Feb 22 Oct   
Gloucester City 0-2 3 Mar 22 Oct 3-3  18 Feb 26 Nov 3-2 12 Nov 18 Mar   
Isca University 11 Feb 12 Nov 3 Mar 26 Nov 0-0  5-0 22 Oct 18 Mar 0-0   
Staines 24 Mar 18 Feb 1-4 12 Nov 2-2 5 Feb  18 Mar 22 Oct 3 Mar   
Swansea 2-0 1-4 10 Mar 5 Nov 11 Feb 25 Feb 20 Nov  6-1 26 Nov   
Team Bath Buccaneers 5 Nov 0-3 24 Mar 2-4 10 Mar 20 Nov 25 Feb 5 Feb  11 Feb   
Trojans 10 Mar 5 Feb 18 Feb 25 Feb 20 Nov 24 Mar 5 Nov 0-1 0-2  


INVESTEC WOMEN’S HOCKEY LEAGUE FIXTURES

Saturday 22 October
 
Women's Premier Division  Start MO Umpires   
Clifton  v Slough  11:30 Marson James, Tasho   
Bowdon Hightown v   Cannock  11:45 Houlston Cobb, Oultram   
Olton & West Warwicks  v   Canterbury  12:00 Breen Jones, Robinson   
University of Birmingham  v   Leicester  12:30 Sharman Geeson, Midwinter   
Reading  v    Sutton Coldfield  16:30 Marsh Block, Howell   
Women's Conference East Start MO Umpires   
Chelmsford  v   Maidstone  12:00 Sutton Britten, Divall   
Surbiton  v   Ipswich  12:00 Hewes Atkin, Unwin   
Harleston Magpies  v   Oxford Hawks  12:30 George Clark, Gallop   
St. Albans  v   Horsham  13:30 Kelsey-Foreman Hay, Lees   
Sevenoaks  v   Old Loughtonians  17:00 Bodycomb Hopkins, Thorpe   
Women's Conference North Start MO Umpires   
Beeston  v   Liverpool Sefton  12:00 Evans Ashton, Waller   
Northampton Saints  v   Loughborough Students 12:00 Hammond Horrobin, Stott   
University of Durham  v   Brooklands Poynton  12:00 Oram Chambers, Howard   
Whitley Bay and Tynemouth  v   Doncaster  12:30 MacLellan Dodd, Robertson   
Springfields  v   Wakefield Bradford 14:00 Scrini Eland, Jones   
Women's Conference West Start MO Umpires   
Barnes Hounslow Ealing v Buckingham  12:00 Strudwick McLoughlin, Robson   
Gloucester City  v   Exe  12:00 Sears Bush, Rice   
Firebrands  v   Trojans  12:30  Dickinson, Savage   
Isca University v   Swansea  12:30  Hall, Lane   
Staines  v    Team Bath Buccaneers  13:30  Adams, Cox 

 

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