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Week 18 Match Summaries

Mens Ones

Mens Ones lost 7-1 to Lewes Twos. Lewes scored first before Jake Simmons got an equaliser. After that Lewes dominated the game but in true Mens Ones style, not one person on that team gave up. They will be ready to give it their all once again after the February break.

Womens Ones

Womens Ones played away against Lewes at 13:00pm with a changed side to the last few games. Lewes are flying high in the league so the team knew it would be a tough game. The team battled hard and faced a penalty flick early on which Lewes put wide and were unlucky to be 1-0 down at half time. More flowing hockey followed in the second half with Crowborough earning several short corners, but despite the pressure they conceded again. The final score was a 2-0 defeat and player of the match went to Hannah Walker.

Mens Twos

Mens Twos went down to Brighton and had a tough game against a physical Brighton side. Crowborough scored with a drag flick by Hamish Marr after a tough first half. After ample encouragement at half time, Crowborough scored a second as Phil Newington picked out Darren Pullman who went around 3/4 players and scored a lovely goal. The third was a great finish from Joe Joyce after their keeper saved a drag flick. The final goal was from Sam Chick who scored from approximately 30cm out. It was a 4-0 win for the team, overall a good result in a tough match.

Womens Threes

Womens Threes played Crawley Twos at home with a 10:30am pushback. It was a difficult day at the office for the Threes with Crawley dominating from the start. Despite the score line, the Crows were good on the break using the passing of Jenny Turner and the speed of Eve Taylor to attack into the D. At the back, centre back Caroline Webb patrolled her D with assurance finding the willing Sophia Dennett and Meg Johnson wide to speedily transition the play. The home side came close when a Crawley foot stopped Bethy Catling getting a clear shot at goal but they were unable to make their pressure count from the resulting free hit with Crawley clearing purposefully. The final score was a 0-5 defeat. Player of the match was split five ways between Sophia Dennett, Jane French, Jennie Turner, Jess Ikeson and Caroline Webb. It was a real team effort today.

Girls Development Squad

The Girls Development Squad played South Saxons at home at 12:00pm. The spectators described the game as "the best they played all season". There was great wide attacking play and some excellent teamwork involved to get today's win. They won 4-0, goal scorers including Matilda (2), Poppy R (1) and Tabbi (1).

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