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Redbridge men lose out but success elsewhere

PUBLISHED: 09:00 29 October 2015

Action from Redbridge & Ilford hockey men's first team against Wapping (pic: Graham Hodges).

Action from Redbridge & Ilford hockey men's first team against Wapping (pic: Graham Hodges).

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Women’s teams go goal crazy with seconds and thirds scoring 13 goals all together

Action from Redbridge & Ilford hockey men's first team against Wapping (pic: Graham Hodges).Action from Redbridge & Ilford hockey men's first team against Wapping (pic: Graham Hodges).

Redbridge & Ilford men lost 3-0 to Wapping in their latest Essex League outing, but it was a largely successful weekend for the club.

Although the first team tasted defeat, the seconds scored six times against their Romford rivals.

Action from Redbridge & Ilford hockey men's first team against Wapping (pic: Graham Hodges).Action from Redbridge & Ilford hockey men's first team against Wapping (pic: Graham Hodges).

Harj Rai was the star during the 6-2 rout as he netted a hat-trick to go alongside an Owen de Graaf brace and a strike by Konrad Kowalski.

The thirds lost 2-1 to Saffron Walden, however, despite a Julan Davies goal.

Redbridge women had a good weekend with various high scoring matches and victories.

Unfortunately, the first team couldn’t get a win, but did pick up a point against Bexleyheath & Belvedere.

Tanya Hurst kept up her good form by scoring again and Caroline Huxley was also on target, but the firsts could only draw 2-2.

The seconds went goal crazy against Thurrock, running out 7-1 winners.

Marisa Beer was celebrating come full time after netting a hat-trick.

A brace from Lauren Selby plus goals from Rebecca McAlindon and Faye Martin concluded the scoring.

There was also a hat-trick for Heidi Rapley as she inspired the thirds to thrash Upminster 4-1.

Joanne Anderson found the net during the three-goal triumph.

The Men’s Academy fixture with East London had to be conceded – the second consecutive weekend that has happened.


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