OLD Southendian's first team played out a thrilling 2-2 draw against Cambridge City seconds.

Southendian began the game very quickly and within the first 10 minutes a short corner was won and slotted bottom right by the ever reliable Giles Davies.  

Shortly after half time Cambridge City won a short corner converted it, making the score 1-1.

Not too long after, their stand out player won the ball and was able to score making the game 2-1.

But, in the dying moments of the game, Southendian win an extremely important short corner and from there David Catchpole was able to finish and equalise.

The men's second team maintained their place at the top of Div3SE with a 5-2 win against a combative Crostyx team at Warners Bridge.

Goals came courtesy of braces from Josh Copeland and Toby Jordan with Jack Andrews having opened the scoring.

The men's third team made it two wins from two with another comfortable 5-0 win against Brentwood.

From the first to 70th minute their young front line looked threatening and piled pressure on Brentwood.

The fourth team played Tower Hamlets in Division 6SE.

The opposition are unbeaten in three seasons and were up 2-0 by half-time.

Southendian clawed a goal back through a short corner scored by Giles Smithson before Hamlets scored again.

A goal by Darren Fessey then reduced the deficit but Hamlets soon hit back with another goal of their own.

Young Joe Hankey then pulled a goal back before Hamlets made sure of their win with another goal late on.

The men's fifth team drew 2-2 away at Saffron Walden sixth side with Dan Street and Mark Hopkins on target 

The sixth tea, continued the winning streak with a 3-1 win at home to a strong Waltham Forest team.

The visitors took the lead mid-way through the first half but the Old Boys scored an equaliser through Mark Elvidge shortly before half time.

Another short corner strike from Elvidge together with one from midfielder Simon Richardson saw the sixth team win again and maintain their 100 per cent record.

The ladies first team beat East London 6 XI in a thrilling 7-1 win.

After taking the lead after less than 30 seconds, Sami Da Costa went on to score four more goals taking her total to 5 for the game.

At 5-0 at half time it was looking promising for the Old Girls but East London did not give up and kept fighting and managed to score a great goal.

But Southendian replied with a goal from speedy right winger Amy Elvidge and one from their new addition this season, Sarah Carter. 

The ladies second side beat Witham 2 XI comfortably 4-1 with a positive display of disciplined, controlled hockey.

Chloe Foster bagged the first and last goal with Maddie Parker finishing well to get a brace on her debut.

The third team played a tight battle against Chelmsford 7 XI just losing 3-2.