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Around the Leagues
England Conference - East:
Men: Mar 2: Old Loughts lose 0-2 to Oxted, and St Albans lose 1-2 to Richmond. Cambs City thrash Brighton 5-0, so leaving St Albans bottom but still just a point behind Brighton.
Women: Mar 1: Leaders Holcombe beat Horsham 4-0 and are nine points ahead with three matches to go. There is a another win for Chelmsford 3-0 over Ipswich. St Albans beat Old Loughts 3-2 and Harleston beat Sevenoaks 3-1. Ipswich, Chelmsford and Old Loughts occupy the bottom three places in the table but separated by only two points.
East Premier Divisions:
Men: Mar 1: Leaders West Herts lost 4-5 to Wapping, and are now just one point clear of Harleston, who beat Dereham 4-1. (Games are now level, West Herts having won their their game in hand 4-1 over Blueharts last week).
Women: Mar 1: In the top of the table clash leaders Bedford beat Brom & Becks 2-1 and are now four points clear with three games to go,
County Premier Leagues:
Essex: Mar 1: Leaders Redbridge & Ilford stay four points clear after beating Old Loughts 4-3. Havering continue the chase with a 5-1 win over Wapping. The top two meet on the 15th March.
Five Counties: Mar 1: no matches
Kent: Mar 1: leaders Tunbridge Wells beat Gravesend 2-0 and are now twelve points ahead of Maidstone who beat Cliftonville 2-1.
Norfolk: Mar 1: Leaders UEA beat Loddon 4-0 and are 12 points clear of Harleston who beat Evergreens 2-1.
Suffolk: Mar 1: Ipswich stay three points clear at the top after a 2-0 win over Sudbury, while BSE keep up the chase with a 6-0 win over Lowestoft.
Guidance on expense claims
06/03/2014: Revised guidelines on ERHA claims for mileage, meals and accommodation are now available and should be applied to claims with immediate effect. You can access the document in the Claims Forms section of the East Region page.
Old Loughts Dribble a Mile challenge
05/03/2014: Come down to Old Loughtonians HC on 23rd March from 12.30, and join in ‘Dribble A Mile’ in aid of Sport Relief 2014. Entry is £10 a team of 4-6 people, to see who can dribble a hockey ball the quickest for 17.6 lengths. Current World Record is 4mins 12sec set by the GB Women’s Team in 2010.
New EH East Relationship Manager
02/03/2014: Andrew Dale has joined England Hockey East as the Relationship Manager for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire. Andrew is contactable on email@example.com
On other pages
25 Feb : Change of address for League Manager Ali Smyth ...
25 Feb : Proposed League dates for next season are revealed ...
18 Feb : There are promotions already in both Mens and Womens East Leagues ...
18 Feb : Details of East Lady Masters trials for Regional Tournament squads now available ...