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Ludlow 2 - Haslemere 4

Andy Powell’s double strike helped Haslemere to a 4-2 win over Ludlow, handing them the Men’s Vase in the process. In a hugely entertaining encounter, the sides traded goals until Halsemere’s killer instinct put them out of sight and ensured they took the title.

The game started at a frantic pace with Nic Cope drawing a great diving save out of David Hughes in the first minutes. Ludlow wasted little time in stamping their mark on the game at the other end and led with a wonder goal from James Pratt in the third minute. Hughes preserved the lead with a stunning double save to keep out Tristan Conoley and then to scoop the ball out to safety with his glove. At the other end Nick Short excelled himself, rushing outside his circle to sweep clear with his stick. Cope set up Powell but Hughes performed miracles once again. There was nothing he could do to keep out a penalty stroke form Powell in the 19th minute.
Half-Time 1-1.

At the start of the second half Cope hit the post Haslemere and then Hughes pushed the same player’s shot onto the post. Cope was not to be denied much longer however, beating the goalkeeper with a superb backhand. Pratt levelled it up with his second of the match but the joy was short lived as Tristan Conoley made it 3-2 almost immediately. Powell added another finishing off a flowing move and Halsemere celebrated winning the Vase. 

Ludlow, by far the younger side, put in a thrilling performance and kept the game alive right into the dying moments and did LHC proud to the cheers and roar of the Ludlow supporters.

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LUDLOW 1st Sussex Success
Mid Sussex 2 - 3 Ludlow.
A history making trip for the young Ludlow side travelling down to Haywards Heath for the EH Vase semi-final on April 3rd. A tense game saw Ludlow take a 0-2 lead both via James Pratt, and go in 2-3 ahead at the break thanks to Lawrence Richards. The second period was an epic encounter as both teams fought to make it to the final but further history was made as Ludlow won the hard-fought battle to go through to the national finals at the Olympic Park in London on May 1st. Scorers : J Pratt 2, L Richards
LUDLOW 2nd Ludlow Lament
Ludlow 1 - 2 Wednesbury.
After dominating both halves with confident skill and performance Ludlow missed more than enough chances to win the game comfortably. Two breakaway goals earned 3 points for the visitors who failed to look convincing otherwise. An injection of urgency from Ludlow may well have turned the scoreline around. Scorers : M Wilson
LUDLOW 3rd Cannock Can
Ludlow 3 - 0 Cannock. A marvellous performance from a young Ludlow side saw them take advantage of a visiting Cannock team and run away as 3-0 winners with a fine hat-trick from Mark Sandell the 3rd goal resulting from a pinpoint George Wood aerial pass. Scorers : M Sandell 3
EH VASE QUARTER-FINALS Outstanding and Upstanding
Ludlow 4 - 0 North Notts. Ludlow expected a tough and tight game in this quarter final match, the only home draw of the competition. Well organised, prepared and fit for purpose the Ludlow side delivered a convincing win with style and quality. A strong defensive lineup ensured the GK rarely saw the ball, James Pratt and Jake Watts scored a brace each. Scorers : J Pratt 2, J Watts 2

Updated : 29-02-2016

LADIES HOCKEY
LADIES 1 One for All
Ludlow/Wenlock (1)  1  -  0 Wem/Drayton (2).
A well earned win for Ludlow/Wenlock Ladies 1sts who rarely saw 'keeper Julie Chamberlain called into action as they controlled the game. A plethora of scoring opportunities were denied by a hard-worked visiting goalie but a fine shot from Anna Wilkinson broke the deadlock. Scorers : A Wilkinson
LADIES 2 Twos & Ones
Ludlow/Wenlock (2)  1  -  8  Ludlow/Wenlock (1).
A good performance for the very young Ludlow/Wenlock (2) team striving to compete with the older Ludlow/Wenlock (1) team and coming worst off going down by 7 in the 8-1 loss. Scorers :
LADIES SUNDAY Elevensies
Ludlow  11  -  1  Knighton.
A good performance for the strong Ludlow Ladies Sunday team in the Marches League with a tremendous 11-1 win over rivals Knighton. A hat-trick each for Jodie Beddow and Captain Kim Leighton plus a Sophie Chamberlain double created a strong statement from the Ludlow all stars. Scorers : J Beddow 3, K Leighton 3, S Chamberlain 2, D Featherstone, E Pollock, A Burgoyne

Updated : 31-01-2016

 

 

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