Mixed weekend for Kent’s men
Mixed weekend for Kent’s men

Former leaders in the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division, Hampstead and Westminster and third-placed Holcombe battled out a goalless draw on Sunday.

East Grinstead secured a 3-2 victory over bottom of the table Sevenoaks.

Sevenoaks went 1-0 up in the eighth minute from an Ali Taylor goal. Dominic Bowden drew East Grinstead level in the 14th minute from a penalty corner.

Simon Faulkner gave the home side the lead in the 18th minute before Tom Chandler scored for Sevenoaks in the 37th minute to make the score 2-2. Finally, Liam Ansell hit the winner for East Grinstead in the 47th minute after he bagged from a penalty corner.

Canterbury won 2-0 at Old Loughtonians with goals coming from Craig Boyne and Tom Bean in the Men’s Conference East.



Men’s Hockey League

Premier Division: Beeston 3, Surbiton 5; East Grinstead 3, Sevenoaks 2; Hampstead & Westminster 0, Holcombe 0; Reading 1, Wimbledon 0; University of Exeter 1, Brooklands Manchester University 3.

Conference East: Cambridge City 3, Southgate 3; City of Peterborough 3, Brighton & Hove 2; Old Loughtonians 0, Canterbury 2; Richmond 4, Old Georgians 6; Teddington 2, Oxted 3.