Hockey round-up: Ladies lead the way in successful weekend for March sides

PUBLISHED: 13:28 26 October 2010

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies


A STUNNING hat-trick from Brian Fox led March III to victory last weekend, with the ladies also notching up a win over local rivals Wisbech III.

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies

East Men’s Hockey League - Division Two North

March 3 Harleston Magpies 2

March survived a late comeback from the Magpies to bounce back to form with an important win. A brace from Andrew Mills and a superb strike from Ash Welland gave March a three goal cushion and despite conceding two second half goals, they held on for victory.

Wisbech Ladies II (red) v March Ladies

East Men’s Hockey League - Division Three North-West

Cambridge South 2 March II 1

An early goal from Jamie Sandford was not enough to overcome second in the table Cambridge. David Haselgrave, Toby Fox and ‘keeper Gary Sandford put in strong performances for March.

East Men’s Hockey League - Division Five North-West

March III 5 Cambridge South III 2

Brian Fox scored a magnificent hat-trick to help March cruise to victory and maintain their 100 per cent home record. The win was completed by goals from Charlie Boughton and Dan Shirley.

East Men’s Hockey League - Division Six North-West (South)

Boston II 1 March IV 0

Goalkeeper Toby Odlin was the standout performer for March in a tie dominated by a youthful Boston side. Defenders Simon Welland and Neil Liversedge also put in commanding performances.

Other result

Cambridgeshire Ladies League - Division Two

Wisbech III 1 March 2

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