1997-98 England Hockey League Season
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1997%E2%80%9398 England Hockey League Season
1997-98 England Hockey League
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The 1997-98 English Hockey League season took place from October 1997 until May 1998.

The Men's National League was won by Cannock with the Women's National League going to Slough.

The Men's Hockey Association Cup was won by Cannock and the Women's Cup (AEWHA Cup) was won by Clifton. [1] [2] [3]

Men's National League Premier Division League Standings

[4]

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Cannock 22 18 2 2 89 36 53 56
2 Canterbury 22 15 3 4 99 55 44 48
3 Reading 22 14 2 6 77 57 20 44
4 Southgate 22 12 3 7 71 56 15 39
5 Old Loughtonians 22 10 5 7 62 52 10 35
6 Teddington 22 10 3 9 65 65 0 33
7 East Grinstead 22 9 3 10 51 59 -8 30
8 Guildford 22 8 1 13 53 63 -10 25
9 Beeston 22 5 3 13 37 69 -32 18
10 Hounslow 22 4 5 12 38 60 -22 17
11 Barford Tigers 22 4 5 13 40 79 -39 17
12 Doncaster 22 2 5 15 55 86 -31 11
= Champions
= Relegated

Women's National League Premier Division League Standings

[5]

Pos Team P W D L F A Pts
1 Slough 14 13 1 0 73 22 40
2 Clifton 14 8 2 4 27 21 26
3 Ipswich 14 8 1 5 32 20 25
4 Olton & West Warwicks 14 6 2 6 24 29 20
5 Hightown 14 5 3 6 18 24 18
6 Sutton Coldfield 14 4 2 8 23 38 14
7 Doncaster 14 2 4 8 19 40 10
8 Trojans 14 1 3 10 20 42 6
= Champions
= Relegated


Men's Cup (Hockey Association Cup)

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Beeston Chichester 5-2
Cannock Canterbury 3-2 aet

Final

(Held at the National Hockey Stadium (Milton Keynes) on 5 April)

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Cannock Beeston 4-1

Cannock
Jimi Lewis, Paul Edwards, Andrew Humphrey, Craig Parnham, Michael Johnson, Kalbir Takher, Justin Pidcock, Ben Sharpe, Chris Mayer, Bobby Crutchley, Ian Hughes-Rowlands subs Simon Organ, John Mills, Will Glover, Gareth Terrett
Beeston
Danny Williams, Richard Stamp, Steven Wood, Keith Reesby, Andrew Seagar, Ashley Garratt, Craig Keegan, Andrew West, Paul Sheardown, Iain Randall, Mike Huckle subs Jeff Longden, Phil Sully, James McBlane


Women's Cup (AEWHA Cup)

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Clifton Hightown 4-1
Slough Loughborough Students 5-1

Final

(Held at National Hockey Stadium (Milton Keynes) on 10 May)

Team 1 Team 2 Score
Clifton Slough 1-1 (5-4 p)

Clifton
Claire Burr, Sue Brimble; J Martin, Michelle Robertson, J Scullion, Tammy Miller (capt), Lorraine Marsden, Louise Hipkins; Lucy Culliford, Denise Marston-Smith, Juliet Rayden. sub Elaine Basterfield
Slough
Sue Knight, Lisa Copeland, Mandy Pottow, Michelle Hall, Ashleigh Wallace, Lucy Cope, Sue Chandler (capt), Alison Burd, Julie Robertson, Lesley Hobley, Helen Thornalley sub C Cummins, K Brannigan


References

  1. ^ "Sydney Friskin. "Classy Cannock too strong for underdogs." Times [London, England] 6 Apr. 1998". The Times Digital Archive.
  2. ^ "Cathy Harris. "Brimble makes it third time lucky for Clifton." Times [London, England] 11 May 1998". The Times Digital Archive.
  3. ^ "Hockey: Clifton hold their nerve to win Cup". The Independent.
  4. ^ ""Hockey." Times [London, England] 30 Mar. 1998". The Times Digital Archive.
  5. ^ ""Hockey." Times [London, England] 16 Mar. 1998". The Times Digital Archive.

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