After their spectacular draw with Penguin on day one, Invicta were involved in another cliffhanger finish in men's Championship 1 at Haberdashers today. This time they drew 12-12 with Sutton & Cheam, James Spencer-Boyce scoring the final goal for Invicta with just two seconds remaining.
Sutton were caught after leading 10-8 and then 12-10 in the final minutes. Callum Bailey was again the leading Invicta goal scorer, with five.
In the London derby between two very old rivals, Penguin beat Polytechnic 10-8, with Charles Kingsmill netting a hat-trick.
At Bolton, Caledonia claimed a second win - 15-7 against Watford - while Joe Jenkins-Delf scored seven in Welsh Wanderers' 16-11 victory over Exeter.
In men's Championship 4, Sedgefield's 6-5 defeat at the hands of Bridgefield meant that Watford Saxons will be the only team progressing to the final weekend of competition with a 100 per cent record from five matches. Saxons' counterattacking game proved too much for Coventry, who went down 16-4. Arish Patel and Matt Williams both scored hat-tricks.
Photos (Trevor Hyde) - Above: Watford Saxons defend against Coventry during their victory at Haberdashers today. Below: Andrea Tulli fires in a shot for Penguin against Polytechnic.