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Hockey - 18. November 2010.

Women’s Cup Quarter Final Draw

One all-Premier Division quarter final; Sutton Coldfield go for giant killing hat-trickTuesday 16 November 2010  When the England Hockey Board’s Women’s Cup resumes in the New Year, Sutton Coldfield will be going for their third consecutive giant killing after being drawn against Premier Division opposition in the quarter finals. Sutton Coldfield’s Vicky Woolford was once again the heroine as she scored the only goal of the game to defeat Brooklands Poynton from the England Hockey League (EHL) Premier Division in round three.

  Having previously defeated another Premier Division side, Cannock, in round two, the Conference West team will have the chance to claim their third Premier Division scalp as they travel to Clifton in the quarter finals.  Clifton’s Carla Dunnett scored a hat-trick as she helped her side to a 5-1 victory over Hampstead & Westminster at the weekend. 

Bowdon Hightown, who won the Cup in the 2008/2009 season, will host Olton & West Warwicks in the only all-Premier Division tie of the quarter finals after both teams made it comfortably past lower league opposition in round three.  Surbiton returned from Kent with a straightforward 5-1 victory against Maidstone, and will now face Reading, who defeated Team Bath Buccaneers 4-1.

The fourth quarter final will take place in the Midlands as University of Birmingham host Buckingham from EHL Conference West.  The students had Sarah Page’s fine form to thank in round three as she scored four times in a 6-1 win over Beeston, while Buckingham defeated Chelmsford 4-0 thanks to a Beth Stainsby brace.  The Women’s Cup Quarter Final Draw in full can be seen below.

 Women’s Cup Quarter Final Draw Ties to be played Sunday 20 February 2011 Bowdon Hightown v Olton & WWClifton v Sutton Coldfield Surbiton v Reading University of Birmingham v Buckingham
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