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  • Mansell and Pearce keep Clifton's unbeaten run going

    By The Bristol Post at 05:00 on 23/10/13
    Clifton's Els Mansell was on target for Clifton in their 2-2 draw at Bowden Hightown Picture: Peter Smith
    GOALS from Els Mansell and Harriet Pearce earned Clifton a valuable point at Bowden High Town. The home side led 1-0 at half time, only for Clifton to score twice and take the lead. But Nat Wray grabbed a equaliser for the home side. Clifton host Reading on Saturday(1pm) at Coombe Dingle. In the Hockey Association Cup on Sunday, Clifton had a walkover when Doncaster conceded. Firebrands Ladies had a rewarding weekend, winning 2-0...
  • Boyland's seven-try performance for Clifton is impressive

    By The Bristol Post at 05:00 on 23/10/13
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    CLIFTON Under-13s star Blake Boyland scored a remarkable seven tries in his side's convincing victory over Old Redcliffians. Boyland was practically unstoppable during the first-half, so much so that his coach felt compelled to remove him from the action at half-time. Zak Hamid added two more tries, and Tom Paine impressed in the forwards for the Henbury side. Southmead Under-13s came out on top of their tussle with Somerset...
  • Clifton return to winning ways

    By The Bristol Post at 05:00 on 21/10/13
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    CLIFTON climbed from fifth to third in SSE National League Two South after a hard-fought victory over Launceston. Darren Lloyd's men went into the game on the back of two straight defeats, but dug deep to secure the spoils. The home side had much more cutting edge behind the scrum, with back-three Andrew Golledge, Will Pomphrey and Sam Smith posing a threat to the Cornishmen every time they were brought into the game, while centres...

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