Day 3 at the Men’s EuroHockey Trophy and Challenges heats up

Posted On 15th May 2016

After another great day of European Hockey, here’s the latest round up of all our men’s competitions around Europe.

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Here is the round-up of the Men’s Trophy and Challenge events:

EuroHockey Club Trophy – Glasgow, Scotland

An exciting day’s hockey and the final positions now confirmed.

SK Slavia Prague went into this game needing a win to progress but both teams played attacking hockey from the start and it was Cardiff & Met who broke the deadlock in 51 mins through James Carson but SK broke back via a Penalty flick 5 mins later. 1-1 (0:0)

HC Minsk scored first for the third game in a row ‎and were looking good for their first win of the tournament. HC Rotweiss Wettingen kept up the offensive and got a penalty stroke to get the draw. 1-1 (0:0)

16:45 09 Bromac Kelburne (SCO) 0 – 4 (0 – 1) Banbridge (IRL)

The home crowd knew Bromac Kelburne needed a win to get to the final. Banbridge had some close shots at goal and persistence paid off as they were one up by half time. The second half was all Banbridge as they scored three more times. A well-deserved win as Banbridge move to the final and Kelburne are up for bronze tomorrow against SK Slavia Prague. 0-4 (0:1)

EuroHockey Club Challenge I – Vienna, Austria

The day began with box to box action in the top match of pool A, HC OKS-SHVSM Vinnitsa and SC Stroitel Brest. Trailing 2-5, Vinnitsa were able to get one goal away from a draw, but it was not enough and Stroitel Brest sealed the deal with a penalty stroke. 4-6 (1:3)

Servette HC met HAHK Mladost, Servette still within reach of promotion if they managed a victory. But the Croatian side got the advantage thanks to a penalty stroke in the second half and held on to win the match. 0-1 (0:0)

Whitchurch played an aggressive match against AD Lousada, but this left their defense scrambling, allowing Lousada to score three times. Whitchurch will now face Lousada in the relegation match. 0-3 (0:3)

TJ Slavia Hradec Kralove met SV Arminen, who cemented their formidable performance this tournament by winning with a seven goal difference. Dominic Uher (#6) scored a hat trick to the delight of the home crowd.  1-8 (0:5)

EuroHockey Club Challenge II – Bratislava, Slovakia

Grammarians HC met Ardas Rudamina in the opening match of the day. Although  Ardas Rudamina opened the score, Grammarians soon took over and worked up a lead 4-1. Lithuania managed to get close to a recovery, but Grammarians kept pushing and won the game. Karl Lima (#11) scored a hat trick. Well fought for victory! 7-3 (4:3)

NSA Sofia met Slagelse HC for an exciting match. Sofia set the pace, and Slagelse kept up. A great back and forth game ensued, but Sofia deserved the win. 5-4 (3:2)

Gaziantep Polis Gucu SK came out fighting and quickly overpowered Inta Baltic Champignons. A straightforward victory for the Turkish team. 5-0 (4:0)

HK Marathon met SK Senkvice in the last match of the day. HK Marathon kept the upper hand and secured its place at the top of  pool A and continued its winning streak. 2-1 (1:1)

EuroHockey Club Challenge III – Predanovci, Slovenia

SZLG DSE Olcote HC met Turkey’s Highway HC for the first match of the day. Highway quickly got the upper hand and dominated the match, easily netting the five points. 1-6 (1:3)

Clube de Futebol Uniao de Lamas continued its winning streak with a sure win over Copenhagen Hockey Club. Flavio Pinto (#16) scored two of the three Portuguese goals. 1-3 (1:2)

Host HK Triglav Predanovci closed the day with a match against Sweden’s Nacka LHK, where the Swedes dominated and Soren Toft (#3) earned a hat trick. 2-7 (1:4)

EuroHockey Club Challenge IV – Kordin, Malta

In  Malta, the action continued. Seinäjoki United fell to Kringja Sports Klubb, with #14 Arunpreet Singh Garcha scoring a hat trick. 1-6 (0:3)

Sliema Hotsticks HC met Greek side Immittos HC for a guarded game where the Greeks came out ahead thanks to an early goal. 0-1 (0:1)

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