Fylde Hockey Club round-up: Firsts bounce back with victory

Fylde Hockey Club’s ladies’ first team recovered from previous disappointments with a 2-0 win at Harrogate 1 in Women’s Conference North.
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Having recently lost to Leeds and Didsbury, they began in explosive fashion with Pru Lindsey scoring after only five minutes.

She then deflected home a penalty corner to double the Fylde lead.

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A well marshalled defence kept out Harrogate as Fylde maintained their work rate and intensity throughout.

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Fylde Hockey Club round-up: Leeds loss for the ladies' first team

Fylde 2 were 6-1 winners against Lytham St Annes 1 in North West Women’s Division One.

Emma Savidge, Chelsea Atkinson and Keira Tomes saw them 3-0 up at half-time, after which Tomes, Grace Tomlinson and Lucy Wane completed the scoring.

North West Women’s Division Two North saw Fylde 3 lose 2-1 at Lancaster and Morecambe 1.

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Playing some of their best hockey this season, Fylde trailed 2-0 at half-time before Rosie Leil pulled one back.

In North West Women’s Division Four North (Central), a goal with three minutes left saw Fylde 4 beaten 1-0 at Preston 3.

The same division saw Fylde 5 earn a 3-2 win over Pendle Forest 3.

Having been a goal behind at the break, Fylde took victory thanks to Olivia Hartley Smith, Tilly Tomlinson and Sophia Melling.

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Fylde 6 Development won 1-0 against Longridge Development when they met in North West Women’s Division Five North (Central).

The only goal came in the first half through matchday captain Hollie Guthrie.

Fylde Men drew 2-2 at Clitheroe Blackburn Northern in North West Men’s Division Four North.

Phil Hope and Richard Clarke saw Fylde 2-0 up before their opponents fought back to level matters.

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