Young guns shine
NE14HOCKEY EAST MEN S LEAGUE DIVISION TWO NORTH March I 0 Cambridge City IV 3 MARCH played the better hockey for large parts of the game but were sunk by three second-half goals. Youngsters Tom Cole and Adam Graham produced impressive performances, as di
NE14HOCKEY EAST MEN'S LEAGUE DIVISION TWO NORTH
March I 0 Cambridge City IV 3
MARCH played the better hockey for large parts of the game but were sunk by three second-half goals.
Youngsters Tom Cole and Adam Graham produced impressive performances, as did the returning Scott Welcher.
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Long Sutton II 3 March II 6
THE second team started their league campaign with a battling victory after they came back from two goals down.
The home side broke to score the first two goals of the game but March bounced back with a penalty stroke from Ben Wright and an equaliser from Daniel Shirley.
The March onslaught continued and Matt Wallis netted two to give March a 4-2 half-time lead.
Ashley Welland extended the lead after the break and player of the match Wallis completed his hat-trick to complete a fine win.
NE14HOCKEY EAST MEN'S LEAGUE DIVISION FIVE
Newmarket I 3 March III 2
THE Newmarket captain was given his marching orders during the early stages of a bad-tempered game and March took advantage to open the scoring through Gary Howsam.
Newmarket levelled the scores just before the break but Brian Fox restored the March lead early in the second half.
The home side hit back again and took the points with a last-minute goal.
NE14HOCKEY EAST MEN'S LEAGUE DIVISION SIX
March IV 1 Wisbech V 3
A YOUNG March team battled hard but were made to pay for missed chances when Wisbech opened-up a 3-0 lead at the break.
Again, the home side created goal-scoring opportunities in the second half but the only goal came from Daniel Woods.
The March player of the match was Sam Sheppard who had a fine game in defence.
NE14HOCKEY EAST MEN'S LEAGUE DIVISION SEVEN
March V 3 Newmarket II 0
THE visitors were unable to get to the match and so March were awarded a 3-0 walkover victory.