Hugo brothers are stars of the show
East Hockey League Division 3NW Ely City 1st XI 12 Long Sutton 2nd XI 0 BROTHERS Tommy and Ed Hugo dominated the scoring, netting nine goals between them as Ely demolished Long Sutton. Ed continued his prolific form, scoring a first half hat-trick with
East Hockey League Division 3NW
Ely City 1st XI 12
Long Sutton 2nd XI 0
BROTHERS Tommy and Ed Hugo dominated the scoring, netting nine goals between them as Ely demolished Long Sutton.
Ed continued his prolific form, scoring a first half hat-trick with Tommy adding a fourth before the break.
Ely increased the pressure in the second half.
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The defence of Joel Gilmour, Tom Rutledge, Richard Vincett and Feroze Abbas worked well, with goalkeeper and captain Chris Vincett a mere spectator.
Julian Palmer was a disciplined midfield anchorman while Grant Gilmour, Stuart Clarke and Laurie Haslop provided much needed width and pace.
Clarke, Chris Roberts and Haslop all bagged a goal each.
But the Hugo brothers took over with Tommy netting a second-half hat-trick and Ed adding a brace to take his tally to five.