|Ladies’ 1s||2 – 1||Old Loughtonians|
|Berkhamsted and H.Hempstead||1 – 0||Ladies’ 2s|
|Ladies’ 3s||2 – 1||Berkhamsted and H.Hempstead 2|
|Ladies’ 4s||3 – 4||St. Neots 3|
|Men’s 1s||2 – 2||I-ES|
|Wapping 4||5 – 0||Men’s 2s|
|Royston||4 – 4||Men’s 3s|
|Bishop’s Stortford 2||4 – 2||Men’s 4s|
|Men’s 5s||3 – 0||West Herts 4|
|Southgate Tankards A||2 – 0||Men’s 6s|
|Shefford & Sandy 4||1 – 3||Men’s 7s|
A mixed set of results across the club this week with 4 wins, 2 draws and 5 defeats. The best scoreline came from the Men’s 5s, who hosted West Herts and ran away with three unanswered goals. Their return to winning ways puts them 5th in their divisional table.
Also back to winning ways after recent draws were the Men’s 7s, who now hold the 4th spot in their division, and the Ladies’ 1s, who saw off Old Loughtonians to go 3rd in their table. With just one league defeat this season, the Ladies’ 3s forge ahead strongly and this week’s victory keeps them in second place.
Hoping to ride the wave of last week’s win, the Men’s 1s took only a point from their match against I-ES and the Men’s 3s managed to grab their second point of the season against Royston. Unfortunately, the Men’s 2s experienced their second heavy defeat in as many weeks and the Ladies’ 2s still have only one win to their name this season. The Men’s 4s can double that statistic, but it still puts them in 10th place in their division, but there are still no points for the struggling Men’s 6s.
Finally, the Ladies’ 4s were playing off the back of a 3-win streak, but failed to overcome St Neots by just one goal.