SOHC Ladies 1st XI suffer fourth straight defeat
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Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) teams managed to see action last weekend despite the conditions.
The men’s 1st team again took pride of place as they defeated Somerset Gryphons 6-1 at Ottery to record their biggest win of the season to date. It was also a fifth successive unbeaten outing during which time they have chalked up an impressive 20 goals. Tomorrow the senior side travel to meet Team Bath Buccs C who beaten them 2-1 when the teams met at Sidmouth in November.
The men’s second team went down 4-0 at Duchy and they are now 14 games without a win. Tomorrow they are at Ottery (12.30pm) taking on an East Devon side that beat them 1-0 in the first meeting this season. The men’s third team were winners by the odd goal in five when they entertained Ashmoor B at Sidmouth. Tomorrow they travel into Exeter to face Isca D.
The men’s fourth team were beaten 6-0 at Taunton Vale D and tomorrow they host Chard A at Sidmouth (1.30pm).
The ladies first eleven suffered a 14th defeat of the season last Saturday when they were beaten 4-0 at home by Shepton Mallett. Tomorrow they are at Old Bristolians in a rearranged fixture.
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The ladies second team had their fixture last Saturday at Okehampton postponed and tomorrow they have no game.
The ladies third team were also without a game last Saturday, but they are in action tomorrow when they visit Dart III.
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The ladies fourth team were 3-1 winners at Teign last weekend and tomorrow they are in action at Ottery (11am) when they entertain Okehampton II who beat them 6-0 earlier in the season.