Hockey: Ruthless leaders hand out harsh lesson to Tunbridge Wells Men

Pam Mills

Tunbridge Wells Men are learning tough lessons in their first season back in South Premier League Division One for over a decade.

At the start they did not look as nervous against one of the stronger sides in the league as they had in the first match of the season.

The visitors played well early on and created a number of chances but were only able to convert one of them, from Harry Roberts, in the first half while the hosts scored three.

The home side raised their game in the second half and proved a well drilled outfit that were able to adapt and reduce any threat Wells posed.

They also continued to create chances, adding a further three goals to their first-half tally.

Tunbridge Wells now face another stern test when they entertain Winchester, who are joint top of the league with Old Cranleighans, at Tonbridge School on Saturday [October 13, 1.30pm start].

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