MARLOW ladies are still looking for a first home win in Division One of the South Clubs Hockey League this season after a 2-2 draw against Teddington on Saturday.

The home team started positively at Pound Lane and were rewarded when Jane Smith passed the ball across to Lana Wallis to open the scoring.

Marlow had numerous other chances in the first half but were unable to capitalise on them.

Teddington were more focused after the break and scored two goals to take the lead.

The hosts continued to put the pressure on and earned a penalty corner which Jo Cox deflected into the net.

Both teams had further chances but the scores remained level.

The draw means Marlow stand in sixth position in the league table ahead of a trip to fifth-placed Guildford this Saturday (1.15pm pushback).

Marlow 2s remain in third place in Premier Division One of the Trysports Hockey League following their 0-0 draw at Maidenhead 2s. The team hosts Henley 2s this Saturday.

The third side faced a tough trip to Premier Division Two league leaders Sonning 2s and were defeated 4-0. The loss sees them drop to eighth place in the table ahead of a visit from Oxford Hawks 4s this Saturday.

Marlow 4s ended their three-match losing streak in Division One after a 2-1 home win against former league leaders Windsor.

The ladies stepped up to the challenged and, playing some impressive hockey, took the lead through junior star Alba Braybrooke.

Windsor were obviously rattled and responded with a goal from a well-worked penalty corner.

The hosts however were not finished and claimed all three points with a goal from Amelie Fitzpatrick.

The win sees Marlow move up one place to eighth position in the table ahead of a trip to sixth-placed Banbury 2s this Saturday.

Two goals from Sarah Perks saw Marlow 5s beat Oxford Hawks 6s 2-1 for their fifth victory in a row, keeping them in third position in Division Three. The team travel to seventh-placed Windsor 2s this Saturday.

Marlow 6s won 4-0 at Thame 4s thanks to a hat-trick from Sarah Maddern plus an Emma Kellway strike. The side remain unbeaten and at the top of the Division Six table ahead of a visit from rivals Wycombe 6s this Saturday.

Marlow men met Aylesbury at RAF Halton in awful weather that limited the quality of hockey on show in the Middx, Berks, Bucks & Oxon (MBBO) Regional One on Saturday.

The visitors dominated possession but squandered a large amount of changes to score because of poor execution due to the conditions.

The two players that did manage to find the net were Matt Ashton and Lewis Goodman and, under the circumstances, Marlow were happy to win 2-1 and move up second position in the table.

Marlow welcome third-from-bottom Oxford University 2s to Pound Lane this Saturday (1.30pm).

Marlow 2s put up a fine performance against top-of-the-table Sonning in Regional Two on Saturday.

The home team were two goals ahead inside 15 minutes and looked well in control. James Ashburner opened the scoring with a calm finish, with a further strike from Dan Field.

The hosts however missed chances to put the game out of the reach of Sonning and allowed them to peg a goal back just before the break.

In the second half, Marlow lost composure and lapses in concentration allowed the visitors two-quick goals to take them into the lead. Sonning then scored twice more to further increase their advantage.

The home side dug in late on and managed to bag two more goals through Ashburner and Field to seal a point with two minutes left on the clock.

The draw means Marlow stand in seventh position in the table ahead of a trip to fifth-placed Banbury 2s this Saturday (12.30pm).

The third team picked up their first point of the season in Division Three following a 1-1 draw at Amersham & Chalfont 2s, with Joe Gleeson on the scoresheet. Still bottom of the table, Marlow host Windsor this Saturday (4.30pm).

Marlow 4s stand in eighth spot in Division Four following their 4-2 defeat at home against Gerrards Cross. The team travel to Leighton Buzzard 2s this Saturday.

Marlow 5s were beaten 2-0 at Phoenix & Ranelagh 2s to leave them fourth in Division Five. The side returns to action at West Hampstead 6s on Saturday 23rd November.

In Division Eight East, Marlow 6s drew 1-1 with OMT 4s. Now in fifth position in the table, Marlow make the short trip to rivals Wycombe 5s this Saturday.