RESULTS - Rugby and East Warwickshire Hockey Club - The Rugby Observer

RESULTS - Rugby and East Warwickshire Hockey Club

Rugby Editorial 28th Jan, 2022 Updated: 1st Feb, 2022   0

RUGBY and East Warwickshire Hockey Club Ladies enjoyed an excellent weekend whilst the Men’s sides were in mixed form.

 

The Ladies first team beat Harbone 3-1 whilst the second team eased past Daventry 5-0.

 




However, the Men’s first were held to a 2-2 draw with Stratford and the second team were beaten 5-1 by Old Halesonians.

 


A depleted Men’s third team suffered a 15-1 defeat to league leaders Atherstone first with the fourth team claiming a 2-0 win against the fifth team.

 

Lastly, the Girls under-16’s won 5-2 against Old Silhillians to retain top spot in the league.

 

RESULTS

REWHC Ladies 1st 3-1 Harborne

Three goals for Nicki Siarbawa, including a goal of the season candidate saw her take player of the match honours as Rugby maintained possession of the ball for great periods of the second half.

 

REWHC Ladies 2nd 5-0 Daventry

Two goals to Lilla Gane and Evie Scutt and one to player of the match  Emma Sleeman saw Rugby come out on top in a frustrating game.

REWHC Men’s 1st 2-2 Stratford

A disappointing draw saw Stratford score a late tying goal after Tom Robson scored his first of the year and Luke Armstrong slotted home a drag flick. Man of the match went to Sam Beivn.

 

REWHC Men’s 2nd 1-5 Old Halesonians

Liam Brown scored the lone goal in the second half as Rugby tried to recover from a poor start. Man of the match went to James Robinson for a great performance in midfield.

 

REWHC Men’s 3rd 1-15 Atherstone 1st

A depleted 3rd team travelled to league leaders Atherstone in a difficult game. Alex Salter scored the lone marker for Rugby and Kiran Clark earned man of the match for his work rate throughout.

 

REWHC Men’s 4th 2-0 REWHC Men’s 5th

Goals to David Manning and Zack Wenham saw the 4s ahead of the 5s in what was a very hotly contested game. Man of the match went to Jez Murphy in defence for the 4s.

 

Girls U16s 5-2 Old Silhillians

Four goals to Jess Naylor and one to Anna marked a strong performance for Rugby to keep them in the top spot for the league.

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