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Euan Gilmour sends Cambridge City to success over Richmond

By Mark Taylormark.taylor@iliffemedia.co.uk

Euan Gilmour was on target for Cambridge City
Euan Gilmour was on target for Cambridge City

First win of new season for City

Euan Gilmour struck to give Cambridge City a 2-1 win at Richmond in the Men’s Hockey League, Conference East.

Nathanael Farrant scored after four minutes to give City the lead, but Tom Loudon equalised for Richmond after 23 minutes.

However, Gilmour scored in the 28th minute to seal City’s win.

City have a trip to Old Loughtonians this Saturday (October 7).

Martin Hamon fired a hat-trick for Cambridge Nomads as they won 7-4 against Felixstowe in East Men’s Hockey League, Division One.

They went a goal down but fought back to dominate possession, playing a faster game that their opponents struggled to cope with.

Hamon’s treble was added to by a brace from Alex James and one apiece from Jack Franklin and Rich Lloyd – meaning all the forwards scored.

Felixstowe hit back late in the game, but their goalkeeper had stopped their being more goals for Nomads, whose man of the match was midfielder James Willington.

Jim Hockley tucked home a rebound for Cambridge South to take the lead against Wapping IV in 2S, but a late equaliser meant the match finished 1-1.

Paul Matthews scored the opener for Nomads II, but South III hit back through Dominic Nelson as the sides settled for a 1-1 draw in 4NW.

And South II also had a 1-1 draw in 4NW, with Tom Steed getting their goal against Wisbech Town II.

John Greaves scored twice and Mariano Rosenzvaig, Oli Anderson and Rob Barton were on target as South IV beat St Ives IV in a friendly, while South V beat St Ives V 5-0, with a brace from Shahbaz Ali and one apiece from Peter Creed, Stuart Creed and Adrian Granger Brown.


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