Surbiton have failed to score for the first time in six years as Oxted shut out the league leaders, Whilst Holcombe end Hampstead & Westminster three year dominance at Holcombe Park. Surbiton maintained their two point lead at the top of the MHL Premier Division, but lost their first match of the season, 1-0 at […]
MHL Premier Division Review – 18 October Old Georgians won a crazy game at home to Oxted 10-6 and Hampstead beat East Grinstead 5-1 at Southgate. Oxted led 5-4 at half time after trailing 2-0 in the eighth minute courtesy of Elliot Messem and Tom Carson. Oxted’s leading goalscorer, Tim Guise-Brown pulled a goal back […]
Surbiton crowned double champions as England Hockey reconciles 2019/20 season
Men’s Hockey League Premier Division Beeston 1 Surbiton 7 Surbiton scored seven goals for the second week running as Luke Taylor converted five penalty corners to take a strangle hold as the division’s leading goalscorer with one week to go.
Surbiton 7 Brooklands Manchester University 0 Surbiton beat Brooklands Manchester University 7-0 at Sugden Road on Saturday to ensure that they will finish top of the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division for the second season running and book their place in the 2020-21 Euro Hockey League.
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Men’s Hockey League Premier Division Surbiton 3 Old Georgians 3 (Sat) East Grinstead 0 Surbiton 5 (Sun)
Men’s Hockey League Premier Division Surbiton 7 University of Exeter 0 Surbiton clinched their place in the end of season playoffs with a 7-0 demolition of the University of Exeter on Saturday afternoon. The weekend got worse for Exeter on Sunday when Reading won 2-1 at home to Beeston to lift themselves off the bottom […]
Men’s Hockey League Premier Division Holcombe 2 Surbiton 3 Surbiton all but booked their place in the end of season playoffs after they used all their resilience to battle to a thrilling 3-2 win at Holcombe on Sunday after both Wimbledon and Old Georgians lost ground on Saturday.
Men’s Premier Division Adam Dixon scored twice on his 300th appearance for Beeston, while Chris Proctor also struck a brace in the Bees’ 5-1 win at East Grinstead.