HOCKEY; Payne's cup shock with golden goal
Monday 29 November 1999
Teddington's men succumbed to East Grinstead when a 76th-minute golden goal from Ben Payne, his second strike of the game, gave the First Division club a 6-5 victory over their Premier Division opponents that put them into the sixth round.
Their women were on course for a surprise victory when they led Slough 2-1 with 10 minutes of the second half gone after goals from Annele Raicevic and Siobhan Kane, but Sam Wright put Slough on terms at a penalty corner before Sue MacDonald collected her second of the game three minutes from time to win the fourth-round tie for Slough. On Saturday Slough had only managed a 1-1 draw away at Chelmsford Highway.
In the only all-Premier tie of the men's fifth round, Old Loughtonians accounted for Beeston 4-0. The Old Boys had on Saturday held the league leaders, Reading, to a 2-2 draw with Lought's Canadian, Scott Smith, hitting an upright with the last shot of the game.
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