The Lowdown: Menís Super 6s Semi Finalists

East Grinstead captain Simon Faulkner during half time

With East Grinstead aiming to continue their dominance of England Hockey's indoor competition and with Canterbury, Sevenoaks and Reading back in the semi-finals and more determined than ever to stop them, this weekend's Super 6s are shaping up very nicely for a spectacular occasion for players and spectators alike. Here's a rundown of how the teams got this far and how they think they'll do: 

Team: East Grinstead

League position 2015/16: 1st

Top goal scorer: Ben Allberry (15 goals)

Route to the final: Played 8, won 7, drew 1, lost 0, scored 55.

Simon Faulkner, East Grinstead Captain:

“It’s great to make it to Wembley again. We have a lot of pedigree in the indoor game and we’re really looking forward to the day and hopefully carrying on our great record and getting our eighth in a row.”

Team: Reading

League position 2015/16: 2nd

Top goal scorer: Andy Watts (14 goals)

Route to the final: Played 8, won 7, drew 0, lost 1, scored 48.

Chris Newman, Reading Captain:

“It’s really exciting to qualify again. It’s been a case of always the bridesmaid never the bride, we haven’t managed to win it recently. For us we know how difficult this competition is to win we know we’re still got a job to do. With the group we’ve got we know we have a good chance.”

Reading receive their instructions

Team: Canterbury

League position 2015/16: 3rd

Top goal scorer: Harry Jawanda (16 goals)

Route to the final: Won 6, drew 0, lost 2, scored 63.

Tom Richford, Canterbury Captain:

“We’re really happy to be at Wembley for the fourth year running. Each year we’ve made steps forward and with that in mind we think we can go one step further. We got to the final the last two years and came second so we’re thinking this year could be our year to go all the way.”

Canterbury Captain Tom Richford celebrates

Team: Sevenoaks

League position 2015/16: 4th

Top goal scorer: George Torry (14 goals)

Route to the final: Played 8, won 4, drew 2, lost 2, scored 40.

Nick Barker, Sevenoaks Captain:

“Following last year, missing out on the last second to Canterbury we’ve shaken things up a bit with some new players so to come back for another consecutive year is a great achievement and hopefully we’ll do better this year.”

Sevenoaks' George Torry wheels away in celebration

You can still get tickets to the Super 6s Finals. One of the most eagerly anticipated events in the hockey calendar is all set for action on 31 January 2016. Don't miss out on your chance to see it all unfold before your eyes, book your tickets now!