The damage was done on Saturday when Reading surrendered a three-goal lead to lose 5-3 to Scotland's Menzieshill, who went on to win the final 3-2 after a penalty stroke shoot-out following a 1-1 draw with Dynamo Ekaterinburg from Russia.
The Spanish club Atletic Terrassa beat Durkheimer from Germany 9-7 in the A Division final to become the first non-German club to win the European championship.
Bobby Crutchley scored twice as Cannock came from behind against Canterbury to win 4-2 and so extend their lead at the top of the men's Premier Division to five points. The 17-year-old Martin Jones capped a fine display with his first National League goal.
As Reading's chance of promotion to the A Division evaporated on Saturday, Mark Hoskin flew to Manchester to play and score for Guildford in their 4-3 win against Brooklands. The victory keeps alive their chance of making the top four play-off places.
In the Women's National League Jane Smith scored six times for Slough in their 9-1 victory at Doncaster to keep the defending champions in second place.Reuse content