East Grinstead and Surbiton remain unbeaten in Men's Super 6s Championship

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Surbiton and East Grinstead both preserved their 100 per cent records on day two of the Men’s Premier Division Super 6s Championship in Bromsgrove.

Surbiton are top on goal difference, picking up where they left off yesterday with a 7-3 victory against Loughborough. Jonny Gall and William Marshall both scored hat tricks for Surbiton.

David Beckett hit a last-minute winner for Surbiton in their second game of the day, a 5-4 triumph over Sevenoaks. Marshall scored twice to take his personal tally to eight for the competition.

East Grinstead continued their good start, winning both of Sunday’s games 7-4 against Wimbledon and later on against Loughborough, who are the only side yet to register a point.

Across their two games Adam Seccull scored four goals, whilst Ross Stott was on target three times.

Wimbledon bounced back from their defeat to East Grinstead in the final game of the day, beating Bowdon by the same 7-4 score line.

Nathanael Stewart scored a hat trick and captain Phil Ball got two, seeing Wimbledon up to third place in the table.

Team Bath Buccaneers had a difficult day, as they registered two losses in their two games, both by a 6-4 margin.

Two goals apiece from Harry Jawanda and Tom Carson helped Reading beat them in the opening game of the day, before tournament top scorer Craig Boyne helped himself to four goals as Canterbury ran out 6-4 winners.

It was a much-needed win for Canterbury, as they had earlier fallen to their third straight loss, 7-3 against Sevenoaks.

In the other game on day two, David Egerton hit a hat trick to help Bowdon defeat Reading 4-3.

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