Vitality Girls’s Hockey League Premier Division Overview – 2 April 2022
Surbiton duly received their eighth successive Vitality Girls’s Hockey League Premier Division title on the penultimate weekend of the High 6 season, however went into their match at East Grinstead already topped as champions after Hampstead & Westminster, the one workforce who may mathematically catch the Sugden Highway membership, misplaced 2-0 at residence to Beeston, Cerys Miller scoring from open play within the 47th minute and Hannah Grieve cementing the win with a 55th minute penalty nook conversion.
Darcy Bourne’s seventh minute open play purpose gave Surbiton a 1-0 win at Saint Hill to earn their third win of the season towards the West Sussex membership and go away the Premier Division prime goalscorer competitors poised with Bourne and East Grinstead’s Sophie Bray stage on 18 targets.
Wimbledon took benefit of Hampstead and East Grinstead’s defeats to maneuver into the all-important second place with a complete 6-1 residence win over Clifton Robinsons. Eliza Brett gave Wimbledon a 15th minute, with Fiona Burnet doubling the lead six minutes later. Captain, Harriet Naismith ensured Wimbledon turned spherical with a 3-0 lead courtesy of her 35th minute purpose. Sarah Jones scored Wimbledon’s fourth within the 40th minute, however though Claire Jones scored what turned out to be a comfort purpose from a 50th minute penalty nook, Burnet accomplished her hat-trick with targets within the 55th and 59th minutes, all six Wimbledon targets coming from open play.
On the ultimate weekend of the season, when all three video games will begin at 2 pm, Wimbledon, on 38 factors go to Surbiton; Hampstead & Westminster on 37 factors, host East Grinstead on 36 with an extra twist within the race for Europe possible.
Within the Backside 5, Swansea, though relegated, claimed their second win of the season, 2-1 at Holcombe. Swansea had beforehand misplaced 4-1 in Kent and drawn 1-1 in Wales, however Katrin Gierak gave the Welsh membership a 47th minute lead from a penalty nook after a goalless first half. Emma Bandurak equalised with a 53rd minute penalty nook conversion, however Swansea have been to not be denied, Jessica Lea snatching the win from open play within the 59th minute.
Buckingham dramatically prevented the College of Birmingham from claiming a 3rd win of the season towards the Stowe College membership, Maddie Newlyn levelling on the loss of life after Jemima Copeman gave Birmingham a 47th minute lead, each targets coming from open play.
With the restructuring of the league season extending the common season schedule into April, these have been the primary Girls’s Premier Division matches performed within the month of April since 6 April 2013, when Leicester beat Slough 4-1 in a rearranged recreation. The match was initially postponed on 23 March on account of snow and couldn’t be performed earlier as a result of Leicester had competed in Europe over Easter.
|3||Hampstead & Westminster||19||12||1||6||43||30||13||37|
|1||College of Birmingham||16||6||6||4||25||26||-1||24|
|4||Loughborough College students||16||4||1||11||24||45||-21||13|