East Grinstead top in Men's Super 6s

Chris Griffiths celebrates scoring in the indoor finals for EG.

In-form East Grinstead top the table after day three of the Men’s Super 6s Championship Premier Division, after firing 13 goals past their opponents at Kettering on Saturday.

They ran out 6-3 winners over Bowdon, courtesy of doubles from Simon Faulkner and Ben Allberry and further goals from Rob Schilling and Ross Stott. In reply, Thijs Bams, Bartosz Zywiczka and Mike Shaw were on target for their opponents.

In their second game, East Grinstead faced another unbeaten team in Reading but showed their power in front of goal once again as goals from Adam Seccull, Wesley Jackson, Dominic Bowden, Jannis Schwebs and a double from Will Arthur saw them win 7-2.

Canterbury are second in the standings and enjoyed the biggest win of the day – a 15-3 defeat of Holcombe.

Canterbury showed their ability to score from all over the pitch with 10 different scorers. Harry Jawanda, Kwan Browne, Craig Boyne, Wei Adams and Ivo Moreira all scored twice.

They comfortably won their other game too, beating Loughborough Students 11-4. Harry Jawanda was among the goals again, scoring a hat-trick.

Tim Davenport showed his importance to Wimbledon by scoring an incredible six goals in one game during their 9-7 win over Loughborough Students. It was just what they needed after losing 8-2 to Reading in their first game of the day.

In the final game of the day, the two bottom clubs, both searching for a win, met as Beeston hosted Holcombe.

The game ended 8-5 to Holcombe with Gareth Andrew scoring a hat-trick for the winners. Beeston’s Chris Proctor was unlucky to be on the losing side, hitting four goals.

Beeston are now at the bottom of the table as the only team without a win in the competition. In their other game, they narrowly lost out to Sevenoaks in a game that ended 4-3.

* For goalscorers and full competition details, including live updates click here - https://englandhockey.altiusrt.com/competitions/9

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