GALLERY: March Town denied three points late on by Ipswich II while Long Sutton pay for sloppy second half

March I vs Ipswich II hockey. Picture: Steve Williams.

March I vs Ipswich II hockey. Picture: Steve Williams. - Credit: Archant

March Town had to settle for 2-2 draw after conceding a late equaliser to Ipswich II in East Men’s League 2N.

Ipswich broke the deadlock but the returning Simon Coe equalised for March after a scramble in the Ipswich goalmouth. March grew into the game and had chances to go ahead but their forwards couldn’t take them.

The hosts started the second half with more attacking threat and Coe scored his second of the game after good work from David Haslegrave and Stuart Mills.

But, with five minutes left, Ipswich equalised. In the last two minutes March had two penalty corners but failed to convert them.

In East Women’s League 3NW(S), March Town ladies lost 4-1 to Cambridge University III.


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Cambridge went two goals up then Louise Minnis pulled one back.

The visitors reestablished their two goal lead before half time and, after the break, sealed the win with a fourth.

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Long Sutton surrendered a half time lead to lose 4-2 to City of Peterborough II in Premier B.

Joshua Fyson turned and smashed into the bottom corner to give Sutton the lead. Peterborough responded well and soon equalised but Sutton came straight back.

A quick free hit caught Peterborough off guard - Jimmy Harrison fed Ben Shore whose initial shot was saved but Fyson reacted superbly and slotted the ball home on his reverse.

Sutton were rampant and created more chances but didn’t want the half to end when it did, leaving them 2-1 up.

After the break, Sutton completely imploded - the runs stopped, the movement stopped, the basics deserted them. Peterborough capitalised to bag three goals and the come back win.

Long Sutton ladies dominated play but could not find the net against the clinical Pelicans who ran out 4-0 winners in the Division 2NW encounter.

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