On a day decimated by frozen pitches, Blueharts were able to get eight of their matches played in the East Hockey League.

Five if them ended in victories with 4-2 being a popular result.

The men's fourth team stretched their unbeaten run to nine by beating Potters Bar at Hitchin Boys' School, moving them second in East Division 3 South West.

Sam Lacey scored his first for the club, with Noah Tingle, Paul Buckland and Sean Storey also on target.

The ladies' fifth team also won by that score, at home to Bedford. Niamh Krishman scored two as did Millie Winton.

Paul Krishman was also on target for the men's sixth team, three times in fact as they beat Shefford & Sandy 3-1.

All three goals were set up by man-of-the-match Jake Sudweeks.

They play club-mates, the sevenths, on Saturday and they warmed up for it with a 4-0 win over Saffron Walden.

Youngster Harri Flinn scored twice, with Chris Platt and Rob Trotter adding the others, the latter getting the first goal of his hockey career.

The women's fourth team won 1-0 at Shefford & Sandy.

The men's first team drew 4-4 at Saffron Walden with the prolific Ben Apperly scoring twice and Chris Gadsden and James Sandford one each. They stay fourth in the Premier Division.

The ladies' first team had a tough weekend, losing 3-1 at home to Cambridge City on Saturday and then 7-1 away to Bishop's Stortford on Sunday.

Paige Vorster and Emily Jakeman scored their goals.

A young sevenths were beaten 1-0 away to Luton Town despite fine performances from Esme Thompson, Francesca Woolley, Emilia Kelly and goalkeeper Yasmin Taylor.

Stevenage managed just two games due to problems at the Nobel School that meant all home games were postponed.

The women's fourths won 3-0 at Royston but the men's fourths lost 8-0 at Southgate.