Surbiton and Hampstead & Westminster into Sundayís Menís Final

Men's League Finals roundup
Surbiton and Hampstead & Westminster will meet in Sunday’s final after coming out on top in their semi-final matches.

Surbiton booked their place in Sunday’s final with a 2-1 victory over East Grinstead in a gripping encounter whilst Hampstead & Westminster defeated Beeston with another 2-1 scoreline. 

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Surbiton v EG

The Men’s League Finals roared into life right from the start with Alan Forsyth nearly on the scoresheet with less than a minute played as Surbiton made a quick start to the match.

After Luke Taylor’s drag flick was superbly saved, East Grinstead grew into the game and looked threatening on the counter.

Surbiton had been the more dangerous side and goals from James Royce and Luke Taylor, both from penalty corners gifted them a 2-0 lead going into half-time.

In a very competitive second-half, Liam Ansell fired one back for East Grinstead with a well worked field goal to close the scores.

East Grinstead battled hard in search of an equaliser but, despite a succession of penalty corners, were unable to find a way through.

Surbiton v EG

Hampstead & Westminster followed that up with another entertaining clash as a stunning Will Calnan strike saw them past Beeston. 

In what was a hotly contested first-half that finished goalless, despite a number of chances being created by both sides, it was another exciting battle at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.

A well worked field goal was finished by Rupert Shipperley to give Hampstead & Westminster the lead before Beeston struck back just one minute later through Joe Sharp as both sides continued to match each other.

However, a moment of magic was to be the difference as Calnan hammered home with a wonderful strike inside the last ten minutes to send Hampstead & Westminster into Sunday’s final to face Surbiton.

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H&W v Beeston