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East Men's and Women's League News


18/02/2019

Expansion of ladies league for 2019/20 season: We are pleased to share that there will be a further expansion of the East ladies league next season. A few season's back we introduced additional leagues initially at division 3 and division 4, followed a season later by a division 5 in the west area. This incorporated all teams at all levels in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. Some teams from West Suffolk and East Hertfordshire asked at this point to join East and were slotted into the new leagues.
Suffolk hockey has recently met with their clubs and they have asked if all the remaining sides can transfer to East from next season. We are happy to construct new leagues across to the east of our region to accommodate the Suffolk teams. We are starting to look at draft leagues and given our experience of opening up new leagues in the west attracting teams outside of Cambs and Lincs we would like to know if any clubs/teams around the area of the new proposed leagues in the east might wish to join the east structure next season. When we have an idea of confirmed entries come May we will lay out draft leagues. There will be at least two but depending on interest we would look to set up further leagues within our pyramid structure. The cut off date for entries is the end of May so there is still plenty of time to discuss what is right for your club.
If any clubs are interested in discussing entering teams into the new division 3 and below in the east area of our region next season please contact our chairperson Rosemary Prince to explore this possibility. Mobile 07713272717


14/02/2019

Re-arranged games - a reminder: Will all clubs/teams with re-arranged games please note. To record the result of any re-arranged game you need to phone your League Manager by 7pm of the day the game is played.

31/01/2019

Transfer deadline : Clubs are reminded that today is the deadline for starting any transfers. Any transfers started on the system after this date will be null and void and outside of the transfer rule, these means if the transfer is entered after 31st Jan and the player takes to the field for the new team/club that team will be deemed to have played an illegible player and ill suffer subsequent penalties.


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Around the leagues 17-18 Nov.

EHL Conference

Mens East:  Cambridge City beat Teddington 3-1 and now lie sixth in the table with 8 points while CoP lose 1-8 to Southgate and slip to eighth also with 8 points.

Womens East: Harleston slip to third after a 2-2 draw with Horsham, while Sevenoaks remain alongside them after drawing 1-1 with Cambs City. Bedford beat Southgate 2-0, St Albans lose 1-4 to Wimbledon and Ipswich lose 0-5 to Hampstead.

County Womens Leagues
Essex: Crostyx beat chasers Chelmsford 3rds to go top by a point from Thurrock who beat East London 3-2. After a 5-0 win over Colchester, Wapping 3rds are only a couple of points further back.
Five Counties: Bedford beat Potters Bar 3-1 to move top by a point from Berkhamsted, 1-0 winners over Bishops Stortford, and Hertford who drew 2-2 with Saffron Walden.
Kent: Blackheath 1sts are five points clear at the top after a 1-1 draw with Folkstone, while chasers Bexleyheath beat Cliftonville 6-0. Gore Court are not far behind after a 2-1 win over Old Bordenian.
Norfolk: The top two continue winning, leaders Broadland 7-1 over UEA and Norwich City 3rds 4-1 over Lowestoft Railway.
Suffolk: Leaders Harwich & Dovercourt make it nine out of nine with a 7-1 win over Castaways, while eight points behind Framlingham beat Christchurch 8-0. However IES 2nds and 3rds have yet to play their match.

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