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Posted by Jo Davey on 12 November 2019

Weekend Round-up

Ladies 1 v Chelmsford 2                    8 - 0

Ladies 2 v County Wanderers          9 - 0

Ladies 3 v Chelmsford 5                    4 - 1

Ladies 4 v Braintree 3                        6 - 0

Men’s 1 v Cambridge City                 2 - 7

Men's 2 v Bromley & Beckenham 3 2 - 2

Men's 3 v Upminster 2                        5 - 1

Men's 4 v Brentwood 4                       3 - 2

Men's 5 v Saffron Walden  5              8 - 2

Men's 6 v Brentwood Academy        3 - 2

Men's 7 v Chelmsford 7                      0 - 3

Mens 8 v Waltham Forest 5              5 - 4

Highlights

Ladies 1 v Chemsford 2

Old Loughtonians Ladies 1s were in devastating form in this top of the table clash at Chelmsford 2s with an 8-0 victory extending their lead at the top to 4 points.

http://olhc.clubbuzz.co.uk/match_record/369231

Sunday 10th November – Mercian & Home Counties Junior League

U18 Boys v Sevenoaks                      0 – 2 (Prem)

U16 Boys v Winchester                      5 – 0 (Prem)

U16 Boys v Cambridge City              0 – 5 (NE)

U16 Boys v St Albans                        5 - 0 ((N)

U14 Boys v Canterbury                      0 - 2 (Prem)

U14 Boys v St Albans                         5 – 0 (N)

U16 Girls v Hertford                            2 – 7 ((B)

U14 Girls v Sudbury                           3 – 0 (D)

Essex Mini League

U12 Boys Purple – Played 5 Won 5 Scored 18 Conceded 0

A great all round team performance, lots of good attacking play, very calm in defence who dealt with danger in a composed fashion. Even our defenders were attacking, Will hit the post, Dexter scored and earned himself a bacon roll as a reward and Sam scored although his brother Leo, our umpire for the day, blew the whistle for full time just before it crossed the line so it didn't count 😢.

Top scorer for the day Theo closely followed by Max and Harrison.  Big thanks to Leo for umpiring. 

Robert Segal

Sad News

Brian Perks a stalwart of hockey in the East and England for many years passed away on Tuesday.  His funeral will be held at Rushmere Church, Ipswich on Monday 18th November at 12 noon.  Brian held many roles within hockey and was a great ambassador of both the indoor and outdoor game.  He had great knowledge and experience and was respected by all around the world - a true gentleman of the game who will be sadly missed.

 

Items for HH to office by Monday 10:00 please

 

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