Wolverhampton Hockey Club Wolverhampton 0 - 2 Edgbaston
Wolverhampton took on league leaders Edgbaston in BodyKraft Midlands Division One, and despite the points gap, it was an even game, with attacking hockey from both. Wolves should have gone ahead when Kaval Jabbal went one-on-one with the keeper, but it was the visitors who lead at the break after a short corner ball crept in under Aaron Weldon. The home team piled on the pressure in the second half, but could not convert their chances, and Edgbaston settled it with a deflected shot late on. Man of the match was Yuvender Prashal.
Wolverhampton II 2 - 1 Stratford II
The Seconds put in a stellar performance away to one of the best league teams, and it was all square for much of the match, despite a lot of Stratford pressure. With 15 minutes to go, the home side finally got a breakthrough, but it only spurred Wolverhampton to raise their game, and they secured a great win with goals from Ross Clarke and man of the match Ben Hammond. Wolverhampton III 0 - 1 Barford Tigers III
The third team put on a strong showing against a side which had well beaten them earlier in the season, and were unlucky to come away with nothing. Wolves dominated most of the game, with numerous short corners, but could not unlock a stubborn Barford defence, and in the end the visitors nicked it with a deflected goal. Man of the match was Nick Hammond. Wolverhampton IV 2 - 5 Edgbaston VI
Wolves Fours were up against it from the start, with several regulars missing, and a debutant turn in goal from Mark Turner. It looked like being the same old story, as Edgbaston capitalised on the visitors' rusty start to lead 4-0 at the break.
However, Wolverhampton were already showing more menace in their attack, and goals by the returning Andy Tait and man of the match Luke Smith led the side to pile on the pressure for a result.
Stretching for goals left space at the back for a flattering scoreline for the home team, but overall a much better performance from the fourth team, and a confidence builder going into next weekend's double-header. Wolverhampton V 1 - 3 Lichfield VI
The fifth team started strongly, and within five minutes captain Narjit Jabbal had pounced on a parried Tim Lorimer strike, tucking the ball into the bottom corner.
The rest of the game saw many missed opportunities, but Lichfield reasserted home advantage to take the points. Man of the match was Dan Roberts. Wolverhampton VI
No game for the Badgers this week Postponed match - Sunday, Feb 15 Wolverhampton 0 - 3 Jaguar Coventry
Wolverhampton took a weakened side for this rearranged Bodykraft Midlands Divi-sion One fixture at Jaguar Coventry, but took the game to their fellow strugglers, and nearly went ahead through a John Mackie short corner strike.
Man of the match Yuvender Prashal put in an impressive performance but could not find a goal, and the visitors were dealt a sucker punch at half time when a short corner was deflected off a defender's stick past keeper Aaron Weldon. After the break Wolves went all out, but Coventry secured the points with two well taken goals.