Captain Chantal Hankin is confident Maidenhead women's 1sts form can improve after a 3-0 defeat at Sevenoaks on Saturday.
Maids remain bottom of the table after another disappointing defeat and have picked up just one
After a strong start to the season, Windsor men's 1sts have hit a rough patch with back-to-back defeats, losing 1-0 to West Hampstead 4ths
Playing at home, Windsor struggled to find their natural rhythm, and
Maidenhead women's 1sts were unable to build on their encouraging draw against Chelmsford the previous week as they were hammered 6-0 at Harleston Magpies on Saturday.
The visitors started the match promisingly, but a swift
Maidenhead HC men's 1sts recovered from recent back-to-back defeats to beat Wallingford 1-0 on Saturday, moving them up to fifth in South Hockey League MBB&O Regional 1.
Maids made hard work for themselves despite a
Marlow's Barry Middleton is one of a number of high-profile absentees from Great Britain's squad for the World League Finals tournament in India.
The Great Britain captain is one of eight players left out of
Marlow's Barry Middleton netted his 100th international goal as Great Britain won the final match of their three game series against Argentina.
Middleton opened the scoring in the second minute and two goals from Chris
Maidenhead and Bray Cricket Club's inaugural Big Bash Dinner Dance at Dorney Lake Boathouse raised £1,000 for charity on Saturday.
More than 160 players, members and friends attended the event which featured live music
Olympic gold medallist Katherine Grainger finished second in the GB rowing team's important October assessment at Boston, Lincolnshire on Sunday.
The trials form part of the build up to Rio 2016 and the GB team's
Windsor Slough Eton & Hounslow Athletic Club (WSEH) cross country runner Alex Tovey pushed himself closer towards a GB vest when finishing second in the opening leg of the senior men's event at the English