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Valkyrs too strong for Vikings; Moore nets six!

Valkyrs A inflicted a first defeat of the season on Vikings to stay top of the men’s Premier League on Saturday.

Goals from Greg Miller, Russell Miller, Chris Caldwell and Neil Jacobs sealed a 4-1 victory with Richie Gelder scoring the Vikings’ consolation.

The star of the day was Karl Moore who hit SIX as reigning champions Bacchas A hit 11 past bogey side Ramsey A.

Doubles from Andy Whiting and Phil Smith, and one from Jamie Cox, ensured an 11-1 romp.

Sam Moffatt provided Ramsey’s only goal as Bacchas stay second with a game in hand.

Valkyrs B remain bottom but gained their first point of the season in a goalless draw with Bacchas B, while Castletown were too strong for Vikings B with a 3-0 success, courtesy of Paul Kelly (two) and Adam Fretwell.

In the women’s Premier League, Vikings A continue their relentless march towards retaining the title.

They thrashed Bacchas A 6-0 with Kim Carney, Zoe Carney, Becky O’Brien, Dani Coombes, Kirsty Hunt and Delta Williams all on the scoresheet.

And they’re now five points clear after second placed Valkyrs A were beaten 2-1 by Ramsey A, who move level with their opponents as a result.

Leanne Prescott was the Valkyrs’ scorer but goals from Laura Bellwood and Karmina Karanda won the match for Ramsey.

Castletown A left Phoenix A rooted to the bottom with a 4-1 win, thanks to goals from Lauren Stewart (two), Hannah Lace and Sophie Faragher.


Hockey results for Saturday, March 7

Men's Premier League

Castletown A 3-0 Vikings B
Vikings A 1-4 Valkyrs A
Valkyrs B 0-0 Bacchas B
Ramsey A 1-11 Bacchas A

Men's Division One

Saracens A 4-2 Castletown B
Harlequins 11-0 Castletown C
Bacchas C 3-1 Vikings C
Valkyrs C 3-0 Bacchas D

Women's Premier League

Phoenix A 1-4 Castletown A
Vikings A 6-0 Bacchas A
Valkyrs A 1-2 Ramsey A

Women's Division One

Vikings B 1-2 Bacchas B
Valkyrs B 2-2 Harlequins

Women's Division Two

Castletown C 5-0 Valkyrs C
Saracens A 2-5 Vikings C
Ramsey B 2-0 Bacchas C

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