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Wisbech Men's 1st 3 Norwich City 2’s 2

Wisbech started the game on a high from last week's victory, playing some good passing hockey.

Quickly winning a short corner Jason Esser converted his first 1st team goal with an accurate slap from the top of the D. Wisbech played the better hockey in the first half but didn't press Norwich enough for more goals considering their dominance.

Ladies Hockey Spalding seconds v Wisbech seconds, Surfleet (4687442)
Ladies Hockey Spalding seconds v Wisbech seconds, Surfleet (4687442)

In the second half, the men let Norwich in to score through a defensive error. The weather worsened but the Wisbech resolve grew stronger and Tom Jupp scored the second with an accurate short corner strike. Again the men let Norwich equalise after giving away a short, scoring via a top corner drag flick.

Bill ‘Wom’ Garner kept the scores level with some fine reaction saves.

The aerial pressure to the Wisbech forwards, created attack after attack with Gary Freear picking all the balls over the top to set chances up. Some resolute hard work from all, finally got another short in which Dan Martell coolly pushed the ball home to seal the win. A top team effort from all today.

MoM: Bill Garner.

Ely 1’s 2 Wisbech Men's 2nds 2

Wisbech travelled to Ely looking for their first points of the season and started off the stronger side. They took the game to Ely and played all their hockey in their half leading to two quick goals from Lee Peck to put Wisbech 2-0 up at half time.

Wisbech looking for more goals to boost the lead started the second half strong but twenty minutes into the second half Ely broke through and scored there first goal. Shortly after Wisbech started to lose their tempo and let Ely through to score there second goal.

During the last 15 minutes Wisbech and Ely both made some questionable tackles and the game got tense but the game ended at 2-2.

Wisbech will take the first point into next weeks game looking for a win.

MoM: Kevin Shippey.

Wisbech Men's 3rds 1 Peterborough 6’s 0

Simply a superb team display!

It was a hard fought game from start to finish with the Wisbech defence playing superbly throughout, everyone did their bit to keep a well drilled opposition at bay. Dom Garfoot slotted home a well taken short corner to seal the points.

MoM: Dan Robb.

Wisbech Ladies 1st 3 Camb Uni 1’s 3

Wisbech Ladies 1st team played their best game of the season holding Cambridge University’s 1’s to a 3-3 draw.

Going in one down at half time the squad came out well organised and fighting for every ball. Transferring the play around the pitch they caused the opposition to change their formation to try and soak up the pressure.

Despite Wisbech taking the lead for a while the final result ended in a draw. Goals from Laura Overland (2) and a smasher from Emma Baker.

Overwhelmingly voted player of the match was captain Georgie Dunn playin a superbly attacking left back.

PoM: Georgie Dunn.

Wisbech Ladies 2nd 0 Bury St Edmunds 6

It got off to a great start and Wisbech were attacking and defending well with some nice teamwork between the players. 20minutes into the first half the first and only goal of the half was scored by Bury.

After a quick talk at half time the ladies started off well, both attacking and defending. However, Bury were more physical in the second half, coming out stronger which caused Wisbech to back off a bit but they still remained strong. The ladies seemed to play better in the second half although this was not reflected in the score or how well they played as a team.

Ellie Cobb, took Player of Match as she made some brave tackles and played confidently even after being hit in the head by a Bury stick.

PoM: Ellie Cobb.

Wisbech Ladies 3rds 3 Sudbury 3’s 1

Wisbech secured their first league win.

After their heavy defeat the previous week Wisbech came out with a completely different approach and attitude to the game on Saturday. They piled on the pressure straight away and within minutes Andrea Eggleton hassled the keeper and put the first goal away.

The half continued in the same vein and with some really great teamwork and movement of the ball they repeatedly attacked Sudbury’s D. Oliwia Bolka and Steph Garner linked up superbly on the forward line and some explosive runs from Oliwia left Sudbury standing at times.

The ladies went into half time 2-0 with several sticks going for the goal it was Tina Forder who finally put it away.

Second half, momentarily the ladies got complacent and superb strike from Sudbury took it to 2-1. The ladies soon woke up and Wisbech defence had their best performance as a unit this week which was excellently controlled by vice captain Lisa Lowe. There was some top work across the team but Racheal Bateman's work rate was admirable.

The ladies continued to dominate and all the simple hockey and tactics they put into practice, led to a third goal from Tina Forder and secured them their first victory and the points.

It was an excellent team effort and it was a tightly contested fight for Player of Match, but for her defensive play and clearing the ball the vote went to Nancy Davies.

PoM: Nancy Davies.

Thanks to all umpires and supporters.



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