Canterbury Hockey Club closing in on Men's Conference East title
Canterbury men look to clinch the Men’s Conference East
title with a week to spare when they face Teddington at Polo Farm
on Saturday (6pm).
Three second-half goals in the space of seven minutes provided
the platform for Sunday’s 4-3 win at Oxted, and opened up a
four-point lead at the top after nearest rivals Old Loughtonians
drew 3-3 at third-placed Holcombe.
Farrer (pictured) said: "Oxted are battling for their spot in
the league, but something just seemed to click and we went onto
dominate the second-half.
"It’s a good position to be in, knowing we can win the title
this weekend, which means the pressure will be off and we can relax
ahead of the play-offs."
First-season skipper Farrer added: "I have really enjoyed
myself, but the role doesn’t faze me, I take everything as it
"I have got a great coach in Kwan Browne supporting me and a
good bunch of lads, and know that if we play to our potential we
will be successful.
"We all want to get the club back in the Premier Division, and
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