England beat the hosts 5-1 in the third-place play-off with Helen Grant scoring four times and the captain, Lisa Wooding, getting the fifth. Belarus, with a 4-2 win against Lithuania - who beat England 2-1 in the semi-final - took gold.
England's route to the semi- finals was paved with pool wins against Slovakia and France. In their final pool match England were beaten 5-3 by Belarus.
In the Women's Indoor Premier play-offs at Crystal Palace, Slough beat Hightown 8-1 in the final with Jane Smith scoring three times to secure a spot for her team in next season's Euro-pean Club Championships.
Chelmsford finished runners-up with Hightown third.
There were no changes to the regional leaders over the weekend, although in the North, Formby were held to a 1-1 draw by Durham Univer-sity. The South leaders, Fareham, were beaten 2-1 at home by Tunbridge Wells with goals from Mark Elston and Matt Purchase. In the Hampshire Surrey regional league, the runaway leaders Old Georgians thrashed London University 12- 0 with Gary Notton (5), Paul Way (3) and Mahmood Bhatti (2) doing most of the damage.Reuse content