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Women's Maxinutrition Hockey Fives Championship premier division report
Alex Scott scored five goals to help keep Slough at the top of the women's
Maxinutrition Hockey 5s Championship Premier Division following day two's
action at Bromsgrove School on Sunday.
After hitting five goals in yesterday's games, Scott picked up where she
left off and inspired her side to a 5-0 win over East Grinstead with a
Slough scored five again in their second game, running out 5-1 victors over
Sutton Coldfield, with Scott finding the net twice.
Bowdon Hightown stay second in the table after Sally Walton scored seven
goals in their two matches, a 5-0 win over Olton and West Warwickshire and
an 8-2 victory over Leicester.
Nikki Kidd is another player hitting top form. She scored an impressive six
goals in Canterbury's 11-4 win over Olton and West Warwickshire. She wasn't
done yet though, as she added another two to her tally in a 7-5 thriller
against Harleston Magpies.
Reading are third in the table after scoring two convincing wins. They
outclassed Harleston to win 4-0 in their first game but the best was yet to
come as they put ten past East Grinstead. They had six different scorers in
the 10-1 victory with Team GB star Helen Richardson-Walsh netting twice.
Despite losing out to Slough, Sutton Coldfield still have something to cheer
about after edging out Leicester 3-2 in their other game, courtesy of two
goals from Jen Parkinson-Mills.
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Results from Sunday, December 15 2013:
Olton and West Warwickshire 4, Canterbury 11; Harleston Magpies 0, Reading
4; East Grinstead 0, Slough 5; Sutton Coldfield 3, Leicester 2; Bowdon
Hightown 5, Olton and West Warwickshire 0; Canterbury 7, Harleston Magpies
5; Reading 10, East Grinstead 1; Slough 5, Sutton Coldfield 1; Leicester 2,
Bowdon Hightown 8.
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