Wolverhampton Hockey Club
Wolverhampton 0 Melton 3
Wolverhampton put in a much better performance at Melton for their last match in BodyKraft Midlands Division One, and a young and inexperienced side showed plenty of good signs for next season. The visitors were caught napping for all three goals but were generally very bright, and dominated for long periods. Keeper Aaron Weldon was man of the match.
Wolverhampton II 3 Walsall II 4
The Seconds were guilty of lack of effort against a weak Walsall side, and gifted them three precious points in their struggle against relegation. Safe themselves, Wolves let the visitors establish a comfortable lead by the break, and goals from Harry Kalirai, Manny Sangha (pen) and Ben Benton came too late to make any difference.
Wolverhampton III 0 Worcester III 2
The third team needed something from this game to ensure safety, and started well against high-flying Worcester, edging a goalless first half. Pushing forward after the break, Wolverhampton left themselves open to breaks, and the home side struck twice. Brian Hogg was again man of the match. Wolves Threes now have to come on top in next week's loser-goes-down match against North Staffs.
Wolverhampton IV 0 Worcester IV 4
Wolves Fours raised their game for the visit of promotion-chasing Worcester, matching them for the first 20 minutes. The visitors then piled on the pressure and slotted away four quick goals to leave the home side facing another drubbing, but they dug in and made a match of it, keeping the second-half scoreless.
Wolverhampton V 1 Bridgnorth VI 4
The fifth team took on champions Bridgnorth, and put in a solid performance, with hard work across the team, especially from younger players such as keeper Mark Turner. The final score was not a true representation of a hard-fought game, in which Tim Lorimer scored.
Wolverhampton VI 2 Walsall Badgers 0
Wolverhampton Badgers fielded a young side with the support of two senior players. The home team ended the first half a goal up, a score which did not reflect the amount of time spent in the visitors' D. In the second half Wolves demonstrated some excellent two-touch hockey, culminating in a well worked goal. Gurpal Mann scored both goals. Man of the match was Dominic Spinks.