Hockey: Havant suffer double knock-out in cup
Monday 16 November 1998
In the men's cup game, Reading's Jon Wyatt also scored three times as they beat Havant 5-2, but the goal of the day went to Havant's George Cover, beating the England goalkeeper Simon Mason from the narrowest of angles.
Two penalty stroke goals from Scott Smith gave Old Loughonians a useful 2-1 lead and victory away at Brooklands on Saturday, with the Canadian bagging another brace when they visited Guildford in the cup yesterday. They ran out winners 5-2.
The Cup holders Cannock, who only managed a 2-2 draw with Reading on Saturday, yesterday beat Beeston 6-2.
Canterbury, with David Matthews scoring twice and Stuart Humphreys scoring a third beat Hounslow 3-2 to move one point clear at the top of the Premier Division ahead of Southgate.
In the cup, Canterbury beat Cambridge City 8-1, while Southgate accounted for Bournville Birmingham University 3-2 and then, yesterday in the cup, Firebrands with the same scoreline.
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