Saturday 06 October 2018
06-Oct-2018 - Bridgwater Mens 1st 3,  Firebrands 3rd 1
The mens 1s continued their winning start to the season, taking all 3 points against Firebrands B from their second game. Todd Barrett nearly opened the scoring after 30 seconds, but was denied by an exceptional save from the keeper. Bridgwater dominated play throughout but couldn’t grab the goal - the score 0-0 at the half time break. Bridgwater looked the livelier of the 2 sides in the second half, and only 2 minutes in left back Lewis Coad found himself in the perfect position to bag his first goal for the first team. Ash Woolmington made it 2-0 only 5 minutes later, with captain Duncan Morrish later making it 3. Despite conceding a goal late on, Bridgwater ran out deserved winners.
Player of the match was a very close run out, with 7 players receiving votes; but the winner was Todd Barrett.
06-Oct-2018 - Taunton Civil Service 1st 1,  Bridgwater Ladies 1st 1
The ladies 1s put in a highly disciplined performance against newly promoted Taunton Civil Service. In the first half the team conceded a breakaway goal, but finished the half strongly and positively.  After a good team talk the ladies started the second half well, with some good chances including multiple short corners which were denied by a strong Civil Service keeper. The team remained positive as they knew a goal would come eventually, and indeed it did. A well placed ball into the D by Captain Lucy Burridge, enabled Sapphy Reed-Yang to hammer it home, ending the match in a 1-1 draw. Player of the match went to Laura Coles for some excellent defensive and determined offensive work. With two away games this past fortnight, the team are looking forward to their first home game of the season next week!
06-Oct-2018 - Taunton Civil Service 1st 1,  Bridgwater Ladies 1st 1
Bridgwater ladies 2s travelled to Winscombe hoping to keep up their recent good form. They started well but found themselves a goal down after ten minutes due to a quick break from Winscombe. With some pressing play from Tracey Gue, Willow Hobbs and Rose Baker, Bridgwater had several shots with Clare Wilson taking a shot on the rebound and hitting the top of the net. This boosted Bridgwater's spirits and found Abbie Stevens, Lauren Morrish linking well with Jess Shobbrook who scored the second goal. Shobbrook was then looking for more goals and found her second shortly after. Winscombe continued to attack quickly but the good defensive work from Niamh Dillon, Hilary McNeil and Vicky Redwood mostly kept them at bay, but couldn’t prevent the opposition getting another goal back before half time.
The second half saw Bridgwater under a lot of pressure and Winscombe were quick to equalise. Jenny Hayden-Briffet and Kashi Morrish put in some good defensive work from midfield to hold off the advances but Winscombe went in front from a short corner. Sue Durkin making some good saves again this week was unlucky again when Winscombe scored from their second short corner. Bridgwater didn't give up and with a lot of attacking play in the last ten minutes with Kate Ward making some great runs down the right and picking out Willow Hobbs who scored Bridgwater's 4th. Unfortunately Bridgwater ran out of time losing 5-4.
Player of the match votes were shared between nine players this week, reflecting a fantastic team performance once again - the winners with three votes each were Niamh Dillon and Clare Wilson. 
06-Oct-2018 - Old Bristolians 2nd 6,  Bridgwater Mens 2nd 0
The mens 2s found themselves at Old Bristolians for a second week running. The early meet it saw one of the team (who happened to be carrying the keeper kit) running late. It was quarter of an hour after the game was due to start when we saw our keeper running down the path to the pitch in the pouring rain. The game started late in the rain and led to a different dynamic to last week's game. But when Old B’s scored an early goal with a fast breakaway, it was a sign of things to come. Even though Bridgwater did have periods of possession they did not capitalise on these. The score at half time was 3-0 but it could have been 3-3 or 6-0 - it was a topsy turvy game. The second half was a similar story with both teams having their chances but only one team taking them, leaving the final score as 6-0 to Old Bristolians. 
Man of the Match want to Dan Buller for his strong performance at the back. 
06-Oct-2018 - Mendip 2nd 1,  Bridgwater Mens 3rd 2
The mens 3s had a closer game to contend with this week - having to settle for a win with only a one goal margin this time out in their victory over Mendip. This victory ensured that after 2 games, they stand at the top of the table! Despite the result from last week, they showed little complacency and deserved their win - with goals coming through Steve Wilson, and player of the match Tom Lott; with Tyler Coleman coming a very close second on his third team debut.
06-Oct-2018 - Bridgwater Mens 4th 3, Teign 2nd 2
The 4s game also saw a debut and a one goal margin of victory, as they defeated Teign 3-2. Oscar West made his first appearance for the 4s - having only played his first senior game of hockey the week before! Bridgwater always looked in control throughout the game and despite the win, may feel they could have bagged a few more goals against a strong side. As if there were any doubt with the goalscoring, all three were bagged by Bridgwater legend Steve Turvey - one of which, a beautiful deflection into the back of the net (from the centre of the goal line) from a Jon Brockwell strike. 
06-Oct-2018 - Bridgwater Mens 5th v Sidmouth and Ottery 5th - cancelled
Sadly, the 5th team game was cancelled as visitors Sidmouth and Ottery couldn’t raise a side.
Saturday 13 October 2018
13 October 2018    Bristol UWE                6 - 2            Bridgwater Mens 1st
Bridgwater mens 1s traveled to UWE this week, with both sides aiming to maintain their 100% record at the top of the league. They started brightly and went a goal up, through a stunning deflection from Todd Barrett after a great crash ball from Chris Dart. Bridgwater would find themselves 2-1 down after 15 minutes, with two goals against the run of play. The 1s were reduced to ten men for the next 50 minutes of the game, but they held on strongly and didn’t concede again in the first half. 
The second half was a real struggle - with their opponents having 15 players in their squad, they took advantage of the extra man advantage on the pitch and bagged four goals in the second half to go 6-1 up. Bridgwater gave their all throughout and despite tired legs across the pitch, Todd Barrett grabbed a consolation late on through his sheer persistence. He was rewarded with man of the match for the second week in a row - this time, shared with defender Lee Chorley.
13 October 2018    Bridgwater Ladies 1st        3 - 0            Clifton Robinsons 3rd
The ladies 1s put in an incredible performance against a highly skilled and youthful Clifton Robinsons side. The first half ended goalless, with the defence putting in some excellent work to deny Clifton a goal both from some short corners and from open play. After a good half time team talk, Bridgwater started the second half brightly and determined, and managed to get a goal within the first two minutes of the second half, thanks to a strong drive down the right from Becca Tasker who crossed the ball into the D enabling Sapphy Reed-Yang to sweep the ball into the goal. Bridgwater played some phenomenal hockey for the rest of the half, with a further two goals being scored via clinical short corners, with Captain Lucy Burridge getting her name on the scoresheet, and Sapphy Reed-Yang getting her second with a deflection after an excellent assist from Laura Coles, sealing a 3-0 victory. 
Player of the match went to Annabelle Jay for her excellent attacking play and solid defensive tackles.
13 October 2018    Bridgwater Mens A        5 - 1            Firebrands C
This week was the first home game of the season for the mens 2s and it looked like it was going to be a nice day for hockey, but it was very windy which was going to make communication difficult. Bridgwater faced up to a 10-man Firebrands looking for their first victory of the season, and even with their weaker numbers Firebrands started on the front foot fast and had the best of the play in the first five minutes. When Bridgwater did get the ball, they looked like a threat, but they found the Firebrands keeper on good form.The breakthrough was to come from a great run by Tom Lott who picked up the ball near his own 23 and dribbled the ball all the way to the D and he saw his shot beat the keeper low to his near post. Going into the lead and having the numerical advantage meant all Bridgwater had to do was keep possession and wait for gaps. The second goal came from a well worked long corner which was passed short then crashed in which was deflected by Lott, and intercepted by Rich Payne just in front of the keeper, reverse hitting it beyond the keeper into the net. Bridgwater did create some other good opportunities in the half, but they were thwarted by some desperate defending and good goalkeeping, meaning the score going into the break was 2-0 which was a good position, but they knew it was not there best and could have had more.

The second half started off similarly, with Firebrands looking to try and get back into the game, but Bridgwater managed to capitalise on this by exploiting the high press and getting in behind Firebrands with Lott getting his second of the game widening the gap between the teams. Then after some indecision at the back from Bridgwater and a poor clearance, Bridgwater saw the ball scrambled into the back of their net making it a more interesting final quarter to the game. The push to get another goal by Firebrands left gaps in their defence and after a goal mouth scrabble a shot by Lott struck a defender on the line and this meant a penalty flick was awarded. This was calmly put into the top right by Lott - completing his hat-trick. Towards the end of the game a breakaway saw Paul Bond one-on-one with the keeper who made a rash decision to come out and try to smoother the ball. Bond just went around the keeper to slot the ball into the empty net. This left the result at 5-1, with hat-trick scorer Lott winning Man of the Match. This was a good result after a couple of big defeats, with Bridgwater are looking to continue the run into next week against Bristol and West C.
13 October 2018    Bridgwater Ladies 2nd        1 - 2            Taunton Vale 5th
The ladies 2s were unlucky to lose 2-1 to Taunton Vale 5s. It was a tough game between two good sides, with Bridgwater going in 1-0 down at half time. Vale then scored in the first two minutes of the second half, to go 2-0 up. The fight back from the Bridgwater side, however, was something to be admired; they dominated the 2nd half and despite some consistently strong attacks, the all important goal eluded them. With a couple of short corners at the end, player of the match Julie Reed scored from a straight shot a minute from the final whistle. Despite the loss, there were some huge positives and it shows the desire the 2s have to be close to the top of the league ladder!
13 October 2018    Bridgwater Mens B        v            Somerset Gryphons A (postponed - opposition could not raise a team)
13 October 2018    Isca E                    5 - 1            Bridgwater Mens C
The mens 4s were aiming to maintain their 100% record but sadly were beaten 5-1 by a very good Isca side. With some difficulties in selection this week, the 4s fielded a slightly unfamiliar side, but were simply beaten by the better side on the day. Despite some brilliant passages of play, it wasn’t meant to be this week, so they’ll aim to regroup and grab another win in their next fixture. The only goal of the game was scored by player of the match Harvey Larcombe.
13 October 2018    East Devon D                5 - 0            Bridgwater Mens D
Match day 3 was interesting as the 5s managed to scrape a team together which somehow included a keeper. This week included some more debuts as Steve Miller’s friend Kieran Barrow and Kit ‘not asked because everyone thought his name wasn’t his real one’ Hockey played their first games for the club. This was also James Kettlewell’s captaincy debut.
The game had started with a kicking back as keeper Brad Palmer had been slightly delayed and despite Graham Miller doing his best at kicking back, a foot from Ketts on the line from a reverse stick goal bound shot led to a flick being given. Inevitably this led to a goal and shortly after, despite Palmer now getting onto the pitch, East Devon got a second through some rather lucky play. Bridgwater, having never really played together with this team before, started to get into the game a bit more as a young and energetic midfield of Steve Miller, Toby Knight, Sam Stacey, Sam Thomas and Barrow started to have more an influence on the game. At the back Graham Miller, James Kettlewell and Will Baldwin all played their part keeping the East Devon playmaker at bay. Bridgwater even managed to fashion a chance or two through Hockey who was looking impressive on debut. Bridgwater were pegged back by a stronger middle of East Devon as they showed their experience which they put to use to score a third goal. Steve Miller was forced off due to injury as he was shoved off of the ball trying to chase an underhit pass.
Bridgwater started the second half with great gusto and determination. The kids started to play fantastically well in the middle with Stacey and Knight both coming into their own. Despite a couple of good opportunities for Hockey, Steve Morrish couldn’t hit a barn door, early contender for the Blackjack as a banker to get 0 goals. Thomas was playing a great role on the right and Barrow started to come into the game more. The defence kept things solid at the back which allowed for a game that started to get spread as both teams went in search of goals. Despite some top defending from Graham Miller, a great goal bound over head save from Will Baldwin and several amazing saves from Palmer, East Devon got another which led to Ketts moving further forward in search of a goal. Despite some good chances Bridgwater couldn’t find a way forward and on the final whistle East Devon scored a fifth.
In another game where the kids can be really proud of their performance’s, with a special thank you to Kieran Barrow for coming along and a thank you to Steve Miller for his help. Kit Hockey got some votes, as did Sam Thomas, but it was the central midfiled pair of Toby Knight and Sam Stacey who came within one vote of each other as Sam Stacey took MOM. Well done boys and remember #dontpasstothefatblokeupfront
Saturday 29 September 2018

Saturday 29-Sep-2018 – Bridgwater Mens 1st 6,  Chippenham 2nd 1

The Mens 1s went into their first game of the season against newly promoted Chippenham 2s, wary of the fact that they could be up against a good side. Bridgwater, however, absolutely dominated the first half - going three goals up within five minutes, thanks to two goals from Will Pope and one from Adam Lowe. Their dominance would continue throughout the first half - with brilliant play across the whole team  Todd Barrett and captain Duncan Morrish grabbed a goal each to bring it to five. With a few first half minutes left, Pope was in the right place to tap the ball home and complete his hat trick - Bridgwater 6-0 up at the break.

The second half highlighted the skill the Chippenham side possessed - they were on top for the most part. But Bridgwater keeper Pete Saunders had an incredible game and kept nearly everything that came his way out of the net - Chippenham only managing to score one goal, to bring the final score to 6-1. One game in - and Bridgwater find themselves top of the league!

Man of the match was Pete Saunders.

Saturday 29-Sep-2018 – Firebrands 3rd 1,  Bridgwater Ladies 1st 1

The Ladies 1s put in a strong and gritty performance against a solid Firebrands side. In the first half the team conceded a goal after a well worked routine from the opposition.  The team held back multiple attacks with Player of the Match Amy Burridge having a stormer between the posts; going into half time only 1-0 down. After a good team talk the ladies went out all guns blazing winning multiple short corners, and eventually a goal came from no other than Skipper Lucy Burridge. The match ended in a 1-1 draw which was reflective of the closely fought game.

Saturday 29-Sep-2018 – Old Bristolians 3rd 5,  Bridgwater Mens 2nd 1

The Mens 2s team had a late game away to Old Bristolians, and due to the timing of the game could only scratch together 11 players for the first game of the season. The game started evenly with Old Bristolians getting the best of the first few exchanges. Then a good through ball got past Bridgwater’s defences and they went a goal down halfway through the first half, with things going from bad to worse when Bridgwater conceded a short corner and a good routine saw the ball go into the back of the net for a second time. Bridgwater managed to get some more time on the ball which lead to a break away from Aaron Turner who squared it to an open Paul Bond at the back post. This meant Bridgwater somehow went into the break 2-1 down which would not of been possible if it was not for a few good saves by keeper Dom Rauch.

Bridgwater changed shape for the second half to try and fix some of the gaps which Old Bristolians were finding in the first half. The new shape did not have the desired effect as the second half saw Bridwater mostly on the back foot conceding a further three goals, and even though they did create a few good chances, they were unable to close the gap in the scoreline.

There were a few tired legs by the end of the game but it was never easy with the bare 11 players. Man of the Match went to Max Syvret who had a good game on the right making a few key interceptions and passes.

Saturday 29-Sep-2018 – Bridgwater Ladies 2nd 2,  Sidmouth & Ottery 2nd 2

Bridgwater were up against a strong Sidmouth & Ottery 2s on Saturday. Sidmouth started the game very attacking but the defence of Hilary McNeil, Miche Rushe, Rachel Higgs and Niamh Dillon stayed strong and stopped the advances. Bridgwater made a few attacking plays with Clare Wilson linking with the wide players Kashi Morrish and Abbie Stevens. Danni Morgan then broke through the middle making an excellent pass through to Jess Shobbrook who scored in the last few minutes of the half.

Sidmouth again started strong in the second half putting a lot of pressure on and winning short corners. Vicky Redwood made an excellent save on the line with keeper Sue Durkin making some important saves! Bridgwater again made a quick break with Willow Hobbs leading the attack and winning a short corner. The corner was well worked between Rose Baker, Miche Rushe and Clare Wilson crossing the ball for Jess Shobbrook to score her second of the game. Sidmouth continued their attacking play and scored from two short corners in the closing ten minutes of the game. A well fought game finishing 2 2, with Sue Durkin the player of the match for keeping Bridgwater in the game!

Saturday 29-Sep-2018 –Bridgwater Mens 3rd 18, Mid-Somerset 2nd 0

The Mens 3s were expecting a close game against Mid-Somerset to start their season - this, however,  wasn’t the case. Despite their opposition having 15 players to Bridgwater’s bare 11, the quality of the 3s team shone through in an 18-0 victory - the biggest margin a Bridgwater side has had in many a year. So many goals meant a long list of goalscorers - Dom Court, Tyler Fagan (2), Connor Gillespie (2), Connor Neal (3), Tom Lott (4) and Rich Payne (6).

Joint players of the match were Connor Gillespie and Rich Payne.

Saturday 29-Sep-2018 – Taunton Vale 5th 2,  Bridgwater Mens 4th 3

The 4s took on local rivals Taunton Vale and came back to Bridgwater with all three points, after a solid performance brought them a 3-2 victory. The goals came from the experience of Steve Turvey and Mike Eele - with Eele bagging himself two. It was a very positive start from the 4s who came so close to promotion last year - a win in game 1, a great way to start!


Man of the match went to young star Tyler Coleman.


Saturday 29-Sep-2018 – Minehead 3rd 3, Bridgwater Mens 5th  2

‘Match day 1’ was looking quite interesting on Wednesday night when only one driver along with five players could be found. Fortunately, silly people said yes and a full complement could be found, including a keeper!

The stand-in skipper got to the pitch late which meant that stand-in keeper Mark Seaward couldn’t quite get to grips with the new unused kit. Debuts for men’s hockey at the club were as follows:

Oscar ‘North South East’ West

Sam ‘Louder than Tom’ Stacey

Bertie ‘The Best’ Kelly

Julius ‘Caasar’ Reimer

Nick ‘Mondo’ Carter


The team was looking young and energetic and we were not sure how the game was going to go. Jim ‘tough guy’ Smith started hard and fast putting passes to Bertie Kelly and Mondo early on, with the former teeing up his brother Ted Kelly. Baldwin and Reimer looked solid at the back with Stacey looking solid in the middle, despite his small stature. Nikita Cernikovs was helping marshal the middle of the pitch with Ted Kelly (TK), with Miller setting up a good chance that West pushed to Cernikovs to slam home. Bridgwater took the lead, much to the surprise of the youngsters who were playing some pretty decent hockey. Carter continued to impress as did West, but Minehead got a quick goal back despite a solid stop by Seaward. Bridgwater pressed but to no avail.

The second half was a tale of two evenly matched sides, but the strength and wiser heads of Minehead were to tell, and as Bridgwater pressed high they got caught on the counter with Baldwin and Seaward to thank for some crucial stops. TK was running his own show down the middle and was unlucky to not a get a goal for himself. Smith was ever dominant but Minehead had one too many attacks and despite a triple save (and injuring himself) Seaward couldn’t keep out a fourth attempt. Minehead then found themselves two ahead up with ten minutes to go. Tactical changes were made to have only two at the back - standard practice in this situation. Miller was still running riot and his pace had Minehead worried at the back, with Miller, TK, West and Smith all coming close. Cernikovs was also doing his best but the high press would pay off as the younger Kelly scored his first goal, giving Bridgwater hope in the final three minutes. Despite pressing and getting close, Bridgwater couldn’t press for the final goal.

Lots to be proud of in the boys making their debuts - nothing more could have been asked. They battled hard and they all looked at home on the hockey pitch.

Man of the Match was Ted ‘a pass would be nice’ Kelly.


Saturday 22 September 2018
Saturday 22 September - Bridgwater Mens 1st 4,  Minehead 1st 1
The Mens 1s put in a dominating performance against Minehead 1s to build up a good bit of momentum before the league starts next week. It was Bridgwater who started the brightest, with centre back Lee Chorley finding himself 1-on-1 with the keeper and finishing with ease. With some good link up play between strikers Will Pope, James Duckering and Todd Barrett, Bridgwater were unlucky not to go 2 up straight away. The defence was rarely tested, with full backs Rob Morrish and Lewis Coad allowed to produce some good link up play with the midfield. Minehead grabbed a goal back, however, and it was 1-1 going into half time.

The team came out fighting in the second half, with the midfield trio of Adam Lowe, Chris Dart and Ash Woolmington providing much of the forward play. A goal from Lowe settled the nerves, and at 2-1 up the result never looked in doubt. A composed performance from Scott Upham at the back, backed up by skipper Duncan Morrish, was enough to keep Minehead out - with the defence thankful to Pete Saunders saving them on more than the odd occasion! A typically good run from Tom Stacey let to a Todd Barrett goal, with James Duckering finishing off the game and capping off a great performance. 

With another good team performance, it was the brick wall in the net, keeper Pete Saunders and young striker James Duckering who shared man of the match.
Saturday 22 September - Bridgwater Ladies 1st 7,  Mid-Somerset 1 
The ladies 1s put in a dominant performance on Saturday against a good Mid-Somerset side. Within the first two minutes, an excellent lead from skipper Lucy Burridge into the D saw Bridgwater go up 1-0. Another quick second goal by Sapphy Reed-Yang gave the team a two goal lead that would see them through until half time. The team started well in the second half, but a small lapse in concentration enabled Mid-Somerset to pull one back. This was exactly what Bridgwater needed to push into their top gear. Within the final 25 minutes Bridgwater scored 5 more goals with a final score line of 7-1. The win was achieved by excellent team work and confidence in the D which saw Lucy Burridge grab another goal; Grace Popham and Emma Hill also made the score sheet, along with Player of the Match Sapphy Reed-Yang completing her hattrick. With a strong successful match strapped under their belts the team are raring to go with their league commencing next week!
Saturday 22 September - Bridgwater Mens 2nd 3,  Minehead 2nd 2

The Mens 2s hosted Minehead 2s, with a slightly unfamiliar looking side - stand in captains for the day Max Syvret and Dan Pigden welcomed a few guest players to their side, due to some tricky selection issues through the week.

The team started well and dominated the early passages, with Pigden commanding the middle. With some brilliant forward play by Joe Syvret and Paul Bond, they were unlucky to not go a goal up within the first few minutes. With just under ten minutes played, a smashed ball into Joe Syvret was beautifully deflected into the roof of the net from the baseline to grab the first goal. With Bridgwater constantly pressing, the right side of Sam Sweatman and Aaron Turner combined wonderfully, with Turner denied by a good save from the keeper. But It was that man Joe Syvret again, who skilled three Minehead players before crossing in for Paul Bond to deflect home and make it two. It was Bond who grabbed the third from a short corner, smashed between the keeper's legs.

With 35 minutes on the clock, Minehead won a short corner - which their striker drag flicked into the top corner to bring the score to 3-1 at half time.

The second half was more about staying in the game; after a confident start it was now Minehead that started to find their feet - the defence of Ben Stone, Harry Rose and Max Syvret held firm, with good help from on field skipper Pigden. 

Despite another goal from Minehead, it was Bridgwater who would hold on for victory - a 3-2 win ahead of their first league match next week.
Saturday 22 September - Bridgwater Ladies 2nd 4, Taunton Civil Service 2nd 1
The Ladies 2s welcomed Taunton Civil Service (TCS) 2s for their first league game of the season. Bridgwater started well with Julie Reed and Willow Hobbs pushing up in midfield. They were getting the ball out wide to Clare Wilson and Abbie Stevens and Bridgwater used the wings well to drive forward. Jess Shobbrook made some great runs up the left running into the D passing to Kate Ward to score her first of the season. Bridgwater kept up the pressure with Lauren Morrish and Danni Morgan working hard down the right finding Willow Hobbs who fired her shot into the top of the net. Bridgwater defended any attacks well with Niamh Dillon making some important tackles.

With a two goal advantage at half time Bridgwater were feeling confident. They started the second half positively with Shannon Coate and Vicky Redwood making some good runs up front again. Kate Ward again drove into the D scoring her second of the game. TCS began putting some pressure on but the defence of Elesi Ryder and Rachel Higgs held off the advances and were very strong working together. Sue Durkin made some great saves making sure that the ball was cleared from short corners. TCS then made a break and scored. Bridgwater responded quickly to this by attacking again. Willow Hobbs went on a great run and scored on her reverse for her second of the game. The Ladies 2s went on to win their first game of the season 4-1 with a great team performance. Man of the match was split with three votes each Kate Ward, Julie Reed and Niamh Dillon.

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