Edinburgh University and Clydesdale Western held to draws in Europe
Draws were the order of the day on the opening exchanges of the women’s EuroHockey club competitions, both Edinburgh University and Clydesdale Western had to share the spoils.
Edinburgh University seemed to have the points in the bag when they strolled into a three-goal lead against Russian side Dinamo-COP Moscomsport in the opening pool match at the EuroHockey Club Trophy in Rochester, but then squandered their advantage to finish with a 3-3 draw.
The students were two up at the interval, Hanna McKie from open play and a penalty corner conversion by Zara Malseed were on target.
The victory looked secured with a further goal from Sophie Maunder but before the end of the third quarter Bogdana Sadovaia pulled one back from the spot.
In a tense finish Alina Khalimova made it 3-2 and with three minutes left the Russians drew level through Iuliia Frolova
In Lille at the Challenge 1 tournament Clydesdale Western drew a blank against Swiss champions Rottweiss Wettingen to occupy second position in the pool. Now they take on Slavia Prague (Czech Republic) who top the pool after a 2-0 win over Gintra (Lithuania).
The curtain falls on the Scottish Hockey domestic season at one of the highlights of Scotland’s sporting calendar – the Scottish Cup Finals!
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