This will be a four part article over the course of the 2018 / 2019 season.  After each quarter of the season we’ll take a look at how each of the ladies and men’s senior teams are doing in their respective season campaigns.  Let’s start by looking at the first five weeks, which covers up to the weekend ending Sunday 28th October.

Ladies 1st XI

MRHAWL –  Midlands Feeder East

After a baptism of fire in their first game in the against league favourites Repton Ladies 1st XI, the Ladies 1st XI have bounced back and won 4 consecutive games to now sit 3rd in the table.  In their 4 wins they have averaged 3.75 goals for and only 1 goal against per game, which is a great start to the season after promotion last year.

Record: P5 W4 D0 L1 F15 A18 Pts 12, 3rd Place

Ladies 2nd XI

LRHA Ladies – Premier Division

After promotion last season the Ladies 2nd XI have started strong and after 4 games remain undefeated and sit 2nd in the league. In the their 4 games so far they have scored at least 5 goals in each game, and long may this continue.

Record: P4 W3 D1 L0 F23 A13 Pts 10, 2nd Place

Ladies 3rd XI

LRHA Ladies – Division 1

Newly formed this year the Ladies 3rd XI already have 2 wins and sit mid-table.  They have managed to score at least 1 goal in every game and are starting to gel as a team.  Looking good for the reason of the season.

Record: P4 W2 D0 L2 F16 A7 Pts 6, 5th Place

Men’s 1st XI

MRHA – T1: Midlands Premier

Looking for promotion into the National League results haven’t gone the Men’s 1st XI way early in the season. Games have been close, so there’s plenty to work towards in the next 5 games before the Christmas to get into the top half of the table and into those top 4 promotion spots.

Record: P5 W1 D1 L3 F9 A12 Pts 4, 11th Place

Men’s 2nd XI

MRHA – T1: Midlands 2

Men’s 2nd XI have had a good start to the season. Scoring goals at an average of 3 per game, whilst being firm in defence conceding just over 1 goal per game. They’ll look to take this form into the next five games to solidify their position in the top half.

Record: P5 W3 D0 L2 F15 A7 Pts 9, 5th Place

Men’s 3rd XI

MRHA – T2: East Midlands 1

Whilst considered the toughest league any of the men’s teams are playing in this year, the Men’s 3rd XI results don’t reflect the progress the team is making. Taking there first point last week, the team has continued to play good hockey.  The next 5 games the team will be looking for that first win and trying to move into mid-table.

Record: P5 W0 D1 L4 F9 A29 Pts 1, 11th Place

Men’s 4th XI

MRHA – T3: North East 1

The Men’s 4th XI have made a solid start to the season and are currently mid-table after a couple of wins and a good draw against Beeston Men’s 5th XI. A good defensive record against goals being conceded, they’ll be looking to keep this up, whilst looking to score a few more over the next 5 games.

Record: P5 W2 D1 L2 F11 A11 Pts 7, 7th Place

Men’s 5th XI

MRHA – T3: North East 3

Another solid start by the Men’s 5th XI is seeing them a solid mid-table with 2 wins, including on against local rivals Coalville Men’s 5th XI.  The team will be looking to pick up more points over the next 5 games.

Record: P5 W2 D0 L3 F14 A25 Pts 6, 8th Place

Men’s 6th XI

MRHA – T3: North East 4

The Men’s 6th XI have had a tough start to the season, though it’s always good to get a win on the board. Whilst at the bottom of the table the team will be looking to pick up some points over the set of game.

Record: P4 W1 D0 L3 F6 A15 Pts 0*, 10th Place

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