|Ladies’ 2s||6 – 1||Bedford 3|
|Ladies’ 3s||3 – 2||Saffron Walden 4|
|Potters Bar||1 – 1||Ladies’ 4s|
|Men’s 1s||0 – 5||Harleston Magpies|
|Saffron Walden||7 – 0||Men’s 1s|
|Potters Bar||3 – 3||Men’s 2s|
|Men’s 3s||1 – 0||Royston|
|Harpenden 2||3 – 2||Men’s 4s|
|Men’s 5s||4 – 3||Bishop’s Stortford 3|
|Bedford 5||3 – 2||Men’s 6s|
Easter has gone, but there is still hockey to be played. The season is dragging on in to mid-April due to rescheduled fixtures cause by snow and frost earlier in the year. Some fates are already decided, but a few sides still wait for other results to see who moves next season.
The Ladies’ 1s have played all games and are second in Div 2SW. They are very likely to be promoted.
The Ladies’ 2s have a game to play and could move up to third in the Premier Division.
The Ladies’ 3s still have two games to play and sit sixth in Div 2.
The Ladies’ 4s will finish second in Div 4 even with one match still to decide.
The Men’s 1s are relegated from the Premier A Division with all games played.
The Men’s 2s finish fourth in Division 2S after all games are decided.
The Men’s 3s have been declared Champions in Division 4SW even with a game left to play.
The Men’s 4s are currently tenth in Division 4SW with no more games to play, but they might still get relegated if other results do not favour them.
The Men’s 5s sit in ninth position in Division 5SW, but may drop a place on other results. They are safe from relegation.
The Men’s 6s are also safe from the drop and have a game to play in order to improve their eighth spot in Division 7SW.