ENGLAND HOCKEY LEAGUE 2018-19 dates & divisions

england hockey shieldEngland Hockey have released the league calendar dates and division constitution for next season's Investec Women's Hockey League and Men's Hockey League.

The new national league season will start over the weekend of Saturday September 29 and Sunday September 30.

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HOCKEY Exeter Uni win promotion to men's top flight

exeter university's CONOR CAPLAN celebrates promotion image courtesy & copyright DAVID KISSMANDevon has a new national Premier Division sports team.

Exeter University men’s first team bounced back from an opening defeat to beat Oxted 2-1 at University of Birmingham to win promotion to England Hockey’s 10 team top flight.

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MENS HOCKEY Exeter must-win play-off games

Men's Hockey League logoExeter University face two must-win England Hockey play-off games next weekend if they want to win promotion back to the Men’s Premier Division.

The Conference West champions were beaten 2-1 by Notttingham University in their play-off opener in Nottingham yesterday despite taking a 12th minute lead through Sam Hooper following a penalty corner.

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HOCKEY LATEST Exeter's title, Clifton's great escape

England Hockey shieldExeter University have won the national Men's Hockey League Conference West title following a last gasp 1-0 win at Cheltenham yesterday.
 
James Thomas scored the all-important 69th minute goal which clinched the championship for Exeter, who now represent the region in the end of season Premier Division promotion play-offs.

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MENS HOCKEY LEAGUE first West games of 2018

England Men's Hokcey League logoThe day all national league men’s hockey fans have been waiting for is finally here!

The 2017-18 Men’s Conference West season resumes today with the first England Men’s Hockey League matches of 2018.

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WOMENS HOCKEY West Clubs Premier preview/review

West Clubs Womens Hockey LeagueExe head into tomorrow’s Exeter derby at Isca on a five-match winning streak and top of the West Clubs Women’s Hockey League by two points.

Gemma Barnett’s unbeaten table-toppers will be full of confidence following a 6-0 Devon derby win over Premier One basement side Plymouth Marjon while Isca 2 were beaten 4-0 at Bristol University after trailing 1-0 at half time.

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