South Nottinghamshire Hockey Club and West Bridgford in close match before the hockey was called off due to poor weather
A competitive match that was called off due to poor weather has left both teams eager for a rematch.
A damp pitch and ominous skies didn't initially call off the hockey game between South Nottinghamshire and West Bridgford Hockey Clubs.
South Nottinghamshire women's opened strongly with Gemma Robinson pressuring the goal but the West Bridgford keeper was up to the challenge.
West Bridgford retaliated and were in fine form as they repeatedly challenged their opposition's goal but were foiled time and again by sweeper Eleanor Wallace.
The shots that did get through were expertly handled by keeper Elizabeth Turner.
Evie Bates again stood up for South Nottinghamshire and started to control the passage of play with fast attacks on the West Bridgford goal which alleviated the pressure on her team's defence.
Both teams showcased great defence and skill from both keepers to keep each other out of the net.
When the weather turned halfway through the game, it was still 0-0 and as they left the pitch, both teams told each other they were looking forward to the rematch.