Relive the super sixes

Nearly 5000 hockey fans had a fantastic day out at the super sixes National Indoor Hockey Finals at London's Wembley Arena on Sunday.

A whopping 40 goals were scored in just four matches, and that's not counting the 20 successfully converted penalty strokes in the men's semi final and women's final. 

If you were one of those 5000 spectators, why not relive the whole experience again. Maybe we snapped you! And if you missed it...take a look below for a taster. Hopefully we'll see you at the super sixes Finals next year. If you like what you see below, there are more pictures on the photoshelter site of our photographer Ady Kerry.  Click here to go to the website.

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Video Highlights

Women's super sixes Final - Bowdon Hightown v Reading

Bowdon Hightown and Reading played out one of the best women's finals in living memory. A 5-5 draw was followed by a penalty strokes competition comprising 22 penalties, which the Cheshire club won 9-8.  Relive Reading forward Alex Danson's remarkable reverse stick lob - one of her four goals - and see the Grange Hotels Woman of the Match Sally Walton coolly fire her final shoot-out penalty high into the top corner for Bowdon Hightown.  If that's not enough, you can marvel at 16 year old Bowdon Hightown goalkeeper Amy Tennant's title winning penalty save on the highlights below. 

Men's super sixes Final - East Grinstead v Beeston

East Grinstead's 8-5 super sixes men's final victory over Beeston ensured the West Sussex side lifted the cup for the third year in a row. In an action packed, end-to-end encounter, E.G. had hat-trick hero David De Prez to thank for giving them the edge while GB international stars Barry Middleton and Niall Stott weighed in with two apiece. For Beeston, England & GB goalkeeper George Pinner was on fine form and was subsequently named Maxifuel Man of the Match. The Bees' England & GB international Adam Dixon bagged a brace too but the Nottingham side could not repeat their Premier Division win over the defending Champs. Relive it all on the highlights below.

Around the Arena - photographs of everything else that happened around the super sixes.

A view of the pitch from the top of the stand at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

What a view: the view from the back of the south stand at Wembley Arena.

Worcester Hockey Club receive their ClubsFirst presentation at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Another club achieves ClubsFirst: Members of Winchester Hockey Club were rewarded for the club's hard work as England & GB captain Kate Walsh and the GB Hockey Athlete of the Year Helen Richardson presented them with their ClubsFirst certificate.

Two young people play hockey in the concourse at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Superstar in the making: clearly not all the action was taking place on the pitch.  These two youngsters found time to practice their drag flicks on the concourse.

A member of the Storm Free Runners performs acrobatic stunts at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Going down a Storm: Storm Free Runners wowed the crowd at Wembley with their breathtaking acrobatic stunts between the women's and men's finals.

Jasper plays air guitar on the pitch at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Air guitar star: Not to be outdone, England mascot Jasper gets in on the act with an air guitar performance for the near 5000 strong crowd.

A young hockey player plays with the inflatable hockey stick at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

The inflatables: This youngster was one of the lucky ones chosen to take part in the ever popular inflatable dribble.  England stars Katie Long and Maddie Hinch also got in on the act.

England Hockey women's players sign autographs for fans at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Sign me up: Members of the England Hockey women's squad were astounded by the incredible response to their autograph signing session. Fans queued to meet their heroines with everything from programmes, to photos and even sticks signed.

Katy Shotter sings at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Shot in the dark: Katy Shotter, who sang at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards, casts her shadow across the pitch during her performance.

James Fair, the England and Great Britain goalkeeper, with a young hockey player after the 'Beat Fair' half time competition at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Fair's Fair: England and GB goalkeeper James Fair presents an England Hockey shirt to the winner of the 'Beat Fair' penalty shoot out. He said after saving some of the penalties, "I've never been booed so much in my life."

Three young girls show their support for East Grinstead at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Show us what you think of the super sixes Finals: These three show their support for men's super sixes winners East Grinstead.

Beeston goalkeeper George Pinner walks out between volunteers for the men's final at the super sixes Finals 2011 at Wembley Arena

Shining bright: Beeston goalkeeper George Pinner shone at Wembley with a string of stunning saves earning him the Maxifuel Man of the Match in the men's final.

Videos courtesy of Oliver Rogers.
Photography courtesy of Ady Kerry, AK Pictures.
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