MENS HOCKEY Bristol's University challenge at Cardiff

england hockey shieldBristol University top the men's West of England & South Wales Hockey League following back-to-back 3-0 home Premiership wins.

Bristol’s first away university challenge is at unbeaten Cardiff tomorrow following home successes against Cardiff & Met A and Wotton-under-Edge.

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WEST CLUBS WOMENS HOCKEY LEAGUE round-up

West clubs womens hockey league logoExe boast the only 100 per cent West Clubs Women’s Hockey League Premier 1 record following a 7-1 win at seventh placed Yate.

Clifton Robinsons 2 are the only other unbeaten top flight side after four rounds and the first month of the new regional women’s season.

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MENS HOCKEY Free to see top flight Premiership games

hockey blue socks image couetsy & copyright Tom Haigh PhotosIt's free to see the top West of England & South Wales Hockey League Premiership matches today.

There's an 1830 start for Bristol University against Cardiff & Met A at Coombe Dingle, which also stages Westbury & United Banks versus Firebrands at 1400.

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WOMENS HOCKEY Plymouth 1 Cheltenham 0

Plymouth Marjon HC moved back up to fifth in the West Clubs Women’s Hockey League top flight following their home win over third placed Cheltenham HC in typically wintry conditions at the University of St Mark & St John.

Bizzie Dinnis scored the 27th minute winner for Plymouth, who had the better of the first half against a well organised visiting side, skippered by central defender Rachel Owen.

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WOMENS HOCKEY Faust leveller for Clifton

investec womens hockey leagueClifton Ladies opened their 2013-14 Women's Premier League campaign with a 1-1 draw at Surbiton thanks to a 15th minute equaliser from Helena Faust.

Clifton trailed to an 11th minute strike by former midfield ace Georgie Twigg, now playing for Surbiton side alongside international team-mate Giselle Ansley, making her Premier League debut.

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MENS HOCKEY Cardiff & Met to the fore again

NOW: Pensions Mens Hockey League logoCardiff & Met made a flying start to their NOW: Pensions Mens' Hockey League campaign, powering away in the second half to win 4-1 at Cheltenham.

Rupert Shipperley's 27th minute open play opener was cancelled out within a minute by Cheltenham stalwart Alex Hay.

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