Top scorers of the Maxinutrition Hockey 5s so far

Simon Mantell for Reading at the Maxifuel Super Sixes Finals 2013 450x253

Ahead of the second weekend of the Maxinutrition Hockey 5s Championships, we take a look at the top 10 scorers from the first weekend of action.

The 2 days saw 361 goals in 36 games across both men's and women's divisions, with Simon Mantell (Reading) and Nikki Kidd (Canterbury) taking the top spots with 14 and 11 goals respectively.

With more indoor action just around the corner, these tables could change a lot after the weekend is over, but here's the top 10 (plus a few extra) as it stands going into week 2:

Women's Premier Division

Player Club F PC PS Total

Nikki Kidd

Canterbury

8

3

0

11

Alex Scott

Slough

5

3

2

10

Sally Walton

Bowdon Hightown

4

2

3

9

Helen Richardson-Walsh

Reading

7

0

0

7

Tina Cullen

Bowdon Hightown

6

0

0

6

Sarah Parkinson-Mills

Sutton Coldfield

5

1

0

6

Emma Lee-Smith

Harleston Magpies

3

3

0

6

Nikki Lloyd

Canterbury

4

0

0

4

Ruth Gordon

East Grinstead

4

0

0

4

Susie Rowe

Canterbury

3

1

0

4

Emma Thomas

Reading

3

1

0

4

Laura Puddle

Slough

3

1

0

4

Jen Parkinson-Mills

Sutton Coldfield

1

1

2

4

Emily Maguire

Reading

0

4

0

4

Men's Premier Division

Player Club F PC PS Total

Simon Mantell

Reading

11

2

1

14

Simon Egerton

Bowdon

6

6

0

12

Tom Carson

Reading

8

0

0

8

Kwan Browne

Canterbury

1

6

1

8

Hardeep Jawanda

Canterbury

2

5

0

7

Niall Stott

East Grinstead

2

5

0

7

Sam Ward

Beeston

5

1

0

6

Adam Dixon

Beeston

3

2

1

6

Bart Zywicka

Bowdon

1

5

0

6

Ben Allberry

Canterbury

5

0

0

5

Mickel Pierre

Canterbury

5

0

0

5

Dom Bowden

Loughborough Stu

5

0

0

5

Chris Griffiths

Loughborough Stu

3

2

0

5

Nick Catlin

Reading

3

2

0

5

George Torry

Sevenoaks

2

3

0

5

With the second weekend of the competition to come and plenty of points up for grabs it is still all to play for as the teams battle to get to play at Wembley. Before that happens, why not read what some of the Men's and Women's team captains thought about the first weekend?