Victory puts St Albans men top with two to play

PUBLISHED: 09:46 15 March 2017 | UPDATED: 09:46 15 March 2017

St Albans Hockey Club's men's 1sts celebrate. Picture by Chris Hobson

St Albans Hockey Club's men's 1sts celebrate. Picture by Chris Hobson

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St Albans Hockey Club men’s 1st team went top of the East of England Premier league after thrashing Letchworth 8-1 at Oaklands on Saturday.

With just two games left this season, the Tangerines take on second position Old Loughtonians on Saturday in a crucial game which could decide which team wins the league.

The men’s 5ths won 4-1 against Stevenage while the 6ths played St Albans 7ths and won 5-1.

The Praetorians beat Tring Supervets 6-2 and the Centurions won 3-2 against Hampstead and Westminster.

The ladies 1st team drew 1-1 with Chelmsford after Adele Summons scored for the Saints and the ladies 2nds won 3-1 against Norwich City with goals from Fiona Mulder, Natasha Humphris and Zoe Cole.

The ladies 5th team also secured three points after beating Shefford and Sandy 2-0.


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