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Unbeaten University of Edinburgh maintain promotion push in EuroHockey tournament in Turkey

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EuroHockey Club Challenge II (women): Pool A: TSOP Kolos Boryspol (Ukraine) 0, Clydesdale Western (Glasgow) 3; Pool B: Navax AHTC Wien (Austria) 0, The University of Edinburgh 2 (both in Alanya, Turkey). EuroHockey Club Trophy...

Christie fitness doubt for Western as Grange play catch-up

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Scottish international Andrew McConnell is set to make a welcome return for men's Premiership pace-setters Western as they travel to Titwood to square-up to Glasgow rivals Clydesdale on Saturday (15.00).However, they could be minus...

Grange still in title race

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Grange kept in the Men's Premiership title chase with a hard-earned 2-1 victory at a spirited Edinburgh University side thanks to goals from two teenage players and some quality saves from Scottish international David...

Christie dents Grange title hopes

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Grange let slip a 4-3 lead late in the game but kept their title hopes alive with a battling draw with long-time men's Premiership pace-setters Western at Fettes College in Edinburgh.Veteran Johnny Christie slotted...

Students march on in the Cup

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Edinburgh University finally disposed of stuffy Clydesdale 5-1 thanks to a four-goal, second-half burst to march on in the Scottish Men's Hockey Cup.Player/coach Hamish Imrie and his new-look side, who are third in the...

Duncan issues warning to squad

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Premiership combine Inverleith, boosted by their 7-1 victory over Kelburne in the league, host Strathclyde University (Mary Erskine School, 13.30) in the Scottish Hockey Cup on Saturday.And coach Chris Duncan (pictured) warned his men...

Grange five behind in title race

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Grange slipped five points adrift of in-form Western in the men's hockey Premiership after a comfortable 9-0 win by the Auchenhowie-based club over lowly Grove Menzieshill in the West of Scotland.The Glasgow club, who...

Harwood double keeps Western ahead in title race

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Men's Premiership: Western 8, Uddingston 1; Grange 4, Watsonians 2; Edinburgh University 1, Dunfermline Carnegie 1; Inverleith 7, Kelburne 1; Grove Menzieshill 3, Dundee Wanderers 2; Clydesdale 6, Hillhead 1.Experienced Gavin Sommerville said that...

Grange lying second

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Grange hope sixth-placed Uddingston can derail Western's nine-game unbeaten run since the start of the season when the pair clash at Auchenhowie on Saturday (15.00).Western have scored 54 goals and lost only 16 collecting...

Marwaha warns his unbeaten squad

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Western Wildcats coach Vishal Marawha has issued a warning to his Premiership-chasing squad: "Don't drop your intensity."The early-season, men's pace-setters square-up to a Watsonians side desperate to bounce back after their impressive recent six-match unbeaten run came to...

Inverleith punished as students move third

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Johnny Christie (pictured, red shirt) and Scottish international Rob Harwood both netted trebles as Glasgow-based Western Wildcats moved three points clear at the top of the men's Premiership.They dominated play against struggling Inverleith after...

Grange fire 14 to go top

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Fraser Heigh and Albert Rowley both claimed five goals each as Grange fired 14 goals to destroy Kelburne and move into pole position in the men's Premiership on goal difference.The Edinburgh combine, who had...

Students aiming high in top flight

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Robbie Croll believes that the new-look Edinburgh University side have not reached their full potential and revealed they are aiming high in the men's hockey Premiership this season.Draws against two of the front-runners have,...

Carnegie face toughest test

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Dunfermline Carnegie face their biggest test since being promoted to the top flight of Scottish Hockey when they travel to joint leaders Western Wildcats (Auchenhowie, 13.30) on Saturday.Western, Dunfermline and Grange all have 16...

Imrie back to provide inspiration

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Hamish Imrie gambled when he left Scotland to develop his hockey skills in The Netherlands, Germany and Belgium but the Scottish international is back In Scotland's Capital and guiding Edinburgh University as their player...

Dunfermline lead title charge

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Shock-troops Dunfermline Carnegie sit at the top of the men's 12-strong Premiership in their first ever season in the top flight thanks to four wins, a draw and two defeats.Coach Steven Glass' men on...

Hockey – Robertson and Costello back for Scotland

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Scotland welcome back to Great Britain players Sarah Robertson (pictured) and Amy Costello for next week's World Cup qualifiers in Pisa, Italy.Borders-born Robertson, who plays in London but previously enjoyed league and cup success...

Men’s hockey – Moodie fires his men for Western challenge

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Edinburgh University are a point behind Western Wildcats as the sides prepare for their men's Premiership clash at Peffermill on Saturday (14.30). Western have taken over at the top of the ten-strong table with ten...

Grand Finals day at The National Hockey Centre

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Grand Finals day at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre involved both the men's and women's leagues and the matches were to decide a variety of league positions, as well as promotion, relegation and, for...

Field hockey – Comeback man Riddell seals it with late winner

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Division One (men): Grange 3, Western Wildcats 2; Kelburne 5, Clydesdale 6; Hillhead 11, Aberdeen Standard 0; Grove Menzieshill 4, Uddingston 0. Division One (women): Glasgow University 1, Edinburgh University 6.Duncan Riddell netted a...

Men’s hockey – Milne eyes glory treble

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A beaming Callum Milne held the Scottish Cup and declared: “Now for the domestic treble.”His club Grange have already won the Division One title and Milne has been a key man in the rise...

Men’s hockey – McConnell strike dents Grange title bid

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Division One (men): Grange 1, Western 1; Clydesdale 3, Inverleith 2It is interesting to note how experienced hockey people see a game. Coach David Knipe felt his side Grange dominated their home, Division One...

Field hockey – Grange go west looking for victory

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David Knipe guided Grange to a fourth straight win as he drives the success-hungry Edinburgh club forward in search of silverware.The 2-0 victory over newly-promoted Dundee Wanderers at Fettes saw the home side dominate...

Field hockey – Inverleith looking to bounce back

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Inverleith have one unnamed absentee for Friday's Division One clash against Edinburgh University.Coach Stuart Neave is looking forward to game which pushes-off at 8pm at Peffermill and follows his club's 5-1 defeat at Bromac...

Field hockey – Inverleith find it tough

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Inverleith found Bromac Kelburne to tough to handle in their return to Scotland’s top field hockey league after two seasons.The defending champions, looking for their 14th straight domestic title, started their campaign with a...

Field hockey – Grange slip allows Kelburne to claim title

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Division One men: Grove Menzieshill 4, Watsonians 0; AAM Gordonians 3, Uddingston Deans Eng 2; Hillhead 1, PSL Team Sport Clydesdale 1; Grange 2, Western Wildcats 3; Edinburgh University 0, Kelburne Bromac 2[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8sQkUMHRio]KELBURNE...

Field hockey – Waterston strike takes Grange into pole position

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Division One (men): Sunday: Bromac Kelburne 1, Uddingston Deans Eng 2; Grove Menzieshill 4, PSL Team Sport Clydesdale 1; Hillhead 1, AAM Gordonians 2; Watsonians 0, Western Wildcats 6; Edinburgh University 1, Grange 2....

Field hockey – Grange visit bottom club aiming to keep pressure on Kelburne

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Grange can’t afford any mistakes in the Division One title race as they are only five points behind pace-setting Bromac Kelburne with a game in hand.The Edinburgh side have 28 points from 11 games...

Field hockey – Aberdeen celebrate after claiming Edinburgh scalp

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Division One (men): Grange 4, Grove Menzieshill 1; Western Wildcats 1, Bromac Kelburne 4; Uddingston Deans Eng 2, Hillhead 0; AAM Gordonians 2, Edinburgh University 1; PSL Team Sport Clydesdale 0, Watsonians 0EDINBURGH University's...

Field hockey – Grange look for win double over Grove

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Grange comfortably disposed of Grove Menzieshill 8-1 in last Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final at rain-lashed Peffermill in Edinburgh. The teams meet again on Saturday (12.30pm) at Fettes in a key Division One clash.Currently, second-placed Grange...

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