SOHC men’s fixtures this weekend

PUBLISHED: 07:54 20 February 2015 | UPDATED: 07:54 20 February 2015

Sidmouth & Ottery 5th played Sidmouth & Ottery C on Saturday. Ref shsp 1060-04-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

Sidmouth & Ottery 5th played Sidmouth & Ottery C on Saturday. Ref shsp 1060-04-15TI. Picture: Terry Ife

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Sidmouth and Ottery Hockey Club (SOHC) men’s first eleven make the short trip this weekend (February 21) into Exeter to meet University looking to complete a season’s double over the students after they beat them 3-1 at Sidmouth back in November.

The men travel to University off the back of last Saturday’s thrilling 3-3 draw with Dart at Ottery.

The men’s second eleven also meet a student side. They host Plymouth University A at Sidmouth (noon) looking to avenge a 3-1 defeat when the teams met in Plymouth earlier in the campaign.

Last Saturday the team, were 1-0 winners at PGGOBS and they are unbeaten now since December 6 and a 7-0 mauling by Tavistock, since when they have won four and drawn three.

The men’s third team were 3-1 winners at Sidmouth last Saturday against Minehead A and tomorrow they travel to East Devon B (4pm) looking to complete a double this term after they beat them 4-2 at Sidmouth in November.

The men’s fourth team are without a game this Saturday. Last weekend they were beaten 8-0 at West Dorset A and they return to action on the final Saturday of the month when they entertain Taunton Vale at Ottery.

The men’s fifth team are in action this weekend when they travel to Taunton Vale D where they will come up against a side they shared six goals with when the pair met in East Devon earlier in the campaign.


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