Hockey: Stevenage continue unbeaten run

PUBLISHED: 23:40 05 December 2017 | UPDATED: 23:47 05 December 2017

Stevenage Hockey Club's 2nds and 3rds. Photo: supplied

Stevenage Hockey Club's 2nds and 3rds. Photo: supplied

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Stevenage Hockey Club men’s third team continued their good run of form with honours even in a 3-3 draw against high-flying Hertford in the East Men’s Hockey League Division 6SW at the weekend.

Stevenage Hockey Club men’s third team continued their good run of form with honours even in a 3-3 draw against high-flying Hertford in the East Men’s Hockey League Division 6SW at the weekend.

Stevenage took an early lead though Martyn Binge but it was a close game and no surprise when the equalizer came before half time.

A defensive lapse gifted Hertford the lead but goals from Alan ‘Woz’ Warren and a second for Binge looked to ensure all three points had been secured.

However with only a couple of minutes remaining the visitors equalised again with a scrappy goal. Youngster Luke Wilkinson, Harry Odonnell, Bradley Swain, David Scales and keeper Ben Kirton impressed and continue to develop well, with performances like this giving the team confidence for the second half of the season. The game was played in a good spirit and well umpired by Richard Green and Tony Parker.

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