Canterbury Hockey Club captain Michael Farrer glad to have stopped the rot ahead of crucial clash with East Grinstead
Michael Farrer said it was good to "get that winning feeling
back" after Canterbury stopped the rot after four straight defeats
with a convincing 3-0 victory at Hampstead in the National Premier
The city club had lost four on the spin and six of seven games
before the trip to the capital but victory kept them third in
a tight division.
Farrer (pictured) said: "It was an important win because we
needed the points.
"We worked hard in training on cutting out the individual errors
which cost us in the defeat to Reading the week before and it made
With three games remaining, the city club are a point behind
second-placed Reading, level on points with fourth-placed Cannock
and a point ahead of fifth-placed Surbiton while Saturday’s
visitors East Grinstead are four points behind in sixth.
Farrer said: "It’s going to be one of the biggest games of the
"If we could get a win it would probably put them out of it
while we would probably only need one more win to make the
"We feel like we are back to where we were earlier in the
season. The buzz is back.
"We’ll focus on one game at a time and if we can play like we
did on Sunday, then East Grinstead will have to play well to beat
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