Saturday, June 15, 2024

Lincolnshire first for Lindum as National League hockey beckons

Lindum became the first club in Lincolnshire to be promoted to England Hockey’s National League. Now, the “loyal” team says they won’t be fazed by higher quality opposition in a history-making season.

Their men’s first team secured the historic promotion from Yorkshire and North East Men’s Premier Division to National League Men’s Conference North after an unbeaten season and topping the table with 64 points, 17 points ahead of second place Durham University’s second team.

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