Hockey: Harrow's goodbye
Monday 14 December 1992
Only Dulwich, who beat Cambridge City 2-1 with goals from Alison Alcock and Frances Bowen, claimed the scalp of a National League club.
The cup-holders, Hightown, struggled before beating Pressed Steel Fisher from Oxford 2-0 with goals from Nancy Stokes and Ruth Pilkington. There were also comfortable wins for the First Division leaders, Ipswich - 4-0 at Woking Swifts - and the champions, Slough, who overcame Poynton 3-0.
St Albans had few problems overcoming Hounslow, Yvonne Aysford scoring four times in their 5-0 victory.
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