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HOCKEY PREVIEW

PUBLISHED: 16:32 11 November 2010

All local hockey teams are in action this weekend

All local hockey teams are in action this weekend

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Locals looking for more success

East Premier A

Wapping v Havering

Following a hard-fought home win over Crostyx, Havering head into east London to face lowly Wapping.

Paul Johnson’s men remain on the brink of the top three, with only one defeat in seven, and will be hoping to return with maximum points.

Division 1

Broxbourne v Upminster

Successive 2-1 wins over Felixstowe and Cambridge City have lifted Upminster into mid-table.

Geoff Bull saw red in their latest triumph, after netting the decisive goal, and another victory could lift Nick Payne’s men into the top three.

Divsion 4SE

Havering II v Romford

After letting leaders Brentwood II off the hook last weekend, Romford face a tough derby assignment at Campion.

Stuart Boyling and Tom Edwards put Romford 2-0 up against Brentwood, who hit back for a 2-2 draw.

Havering have lost just once in seven outings and have scored more goals (26) than any other team in the division, while conceding the second fewest (7).

Women’s

East Div 1S: Upminster v Colchester

East Div 2SW: Havering v Harpenden

Essex Div 1: Romford v Havering III

All three of our women’s senior teams celebrated wins last weekend and will look to build on their impressive form.

Upminster have been grinding out victories and could leapfrog into top spot with success over third-placed Colchester.

Havering are scoring for fun, with Amy Chrisp helping herself to seven in their most recent 10-2 triumph at Waltham Forest.

Kelly Butcher grabbed four as Romford gave Essex Uni a lesson in finishing and will be a key figure in their derby clash.


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