Hockey boys in seventh heaven
East London 7 Brentwood II 0 East London Hockey club men s team led the way to an unbeaten weekend for all the sides with a seven-goal routing of Brentwood seconds. Roeland Doust, Keith Davidson, Dan Hyden, Adam Larkin and Adam Willoughby were all on tar
East London 7 Brentwood II 0
East London Hockey club men's team led the way to an unbeaten weekend for all the sides with a seven-goal routing of Brentwood seconds.
Roeland Doust, Keith Davidson, Dan Hyden, Adam Larkin and Adam Willoughby were all on target for the home side.
Goalkeeper Tom Driver was also in fine form to ensure a clean sheet in a league where goal difference could prove crucial.
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The victory pushed East London to third place in the East England Division Three South East, level with Thurrock.
East London 4 Upminster II 3
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East London Ladies battled back from two goals down to record victory over Upminster on Saturday.
The home side controlled much of the game but the visitors' skilful attack was a constant threat on the break.
The East London players kept a cool head and secured victory in the last five minutes thanks to captain Zoe Marsden.
The ladies now lead Essex Women's Division One thanks to their impressive scoring ratio.
Old Southendian III 1 East London II 7
After a disappointing result last week the men's seconds bounced back with a comprehensive victory.
Goals from Tom Bullock, Luke Weatherill, Paul Carruthers, Sean Channing, Ali Bell and Rob Rouse gave the travelling Londoners the three points.