Pidcock the provider

Richard Midgeley was in fine form for Bowdon with four goals in their North Premier League game as his team won 10-0 at Timperley on Saturday, but it was the former England centre-half, Justin Pidcock, who set up the win.

Richard Midgeley was in fine form for Bowdon with four goals in their North Premier League game as his team won 10-0 at Timperley on Saturday, but it was the former England centre-half, Justin Pidcock, who set up the win.

Pidcock himself scored twice in their 5-1 EHA Cup second-round victory at home to Coalville on Sunday, Midgeley adding another.

Down in the West, Bath Buccaneers continued their good run with a 4-1 away League win at Bristol University. Two goals came from the 19-year-old James Munne-Young, who followed up with a hat-trick in their 6-1 Cup win away to Penzance.

In the East, Pelicans have moved clear at the top of the Crowe Insurance Premier following a 3-0 win at Long Sutton with goals from Danny Young, Steve Linford and Paul Swinburn. Linford, Steve Long and Ian Symonds each scored a brace in their 8-1 Cup win against Lincoln. Captain Sean Kerry and Swinburn also netted.

Cambridge City had a 4-2 win at Anchorians in the Women's East Premier, Liane Shadrack adding two goals to the four she scored last week.

South Premier leaders Eastcote dropped points in a 2-2 draw with City of Portsmouth.

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