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Hockey stars put seal on promotion

By Tom Howe 22nd March 2017

Hockey stars put seal on promotion
MOVING ON UP: Newquay Hockey Club 2nd XI have sealed promotion with a game to spare

NEWQUAY Hockey Club secured promotion with a game to spare after comprehensively beating Plymouth Marjon 11-0. The ladies looked strong from the off and were cheered on by lots of Newquay club members who came out to add their support. It took them only a couple of minutes to open up the score line when Emma Fox beat the goalkeeper after...

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