After another great day of European Hockey, here’s the latest round up of all our women’s  competitions around Europe.

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Here is the round-up of the Women’s Trophy and Challenge events:

EuroHockey Club Trophy – Barcelona, Spain

The second day of the Women’s trophy kicked off in a sunny Barcelona with a resounding victory for HC Minsk over MSC Sumchanka. Captain Ryta Batura scored Minsk’s first two goals. 1-5 (0:2)Barca

The second match in Pau Negre stadium saw the Belarusian team GHC Ritm Grono fall to an impressive Royal Antwerp. After storming the first half with four goals, Ritm Grodno managed to score but it was too little too late. 1-6 (0:4)

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The last match of the day, the host RC Polo dominated and came away with the win. 4-1 (2:1)

EuroHockey Club Challenge I – Prague, Czech Republic

The day opened with Polisportiva Ferrini Cagliari met Russia’s HC Donchanka. After a tight first half, Donchanka scored the only goal in the game and walked away with the points. 0-1 (0:0)

The Arminen womem met the formidable Gintra Strekte Uni. The Lithuanian team showed its quality and took the points. Donata Grigiene (#8) once again scored a hat trick. 0-4 (0:2)

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A cautious game from the host SK Slavia Praha and University of Edinburgh HC, where after a goalless first half, Prague’s only goal in the 48th minute guaranteed them the victory. 1-0 (0:0)

The last match of the day: Swansea City HC v Ulster Elks. No goals in the first half meant an action packed second half, with three goals in the space of four minutes. Ulster Elks won, even with Swansea’s late discount goal in the 66th minute. 2-3 (0:0)

EuroHockey Club Challenge II – Lille, France

Second day here in Lille began under a cloudy sky, and a surprisingly cold day.

The first game saw Iris Lambesart fall to the Waterloo Ducks, with two of the four goals from the Belgian side scored by Marie Ronquetti (#12) 1-4 (0:3)

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The second game saw another definitive win by HC Hostivar (CZE), this time over Kecioren Baglum SK from Turkey. 0-4 (0:2)

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The host club Lille continued with the day’s four goal wins with a win over the Black Boys of Geneva, who managed to discount one with a beautiful goal to the top of the net. 4-1 (0:2)

The last match of the day broke the four goal spell, but Grove Menzieshill achieved a well-deserved win over HC Rotweiss Wettingen. 1-3 (0:1)

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EuroHockey  Club Challenge III – Gibraltar, Gibraltar

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Cardiff University and Navax AHTC Wien met in the first match, with Cardiff pushing to win. AHTC pushed back hard, but came up short. 3-2 (1:0)

Nacka LHK was defeated by the Gibraltar team Eagles HC, who scored two goals in the second half. This propelled them to the very top of Pool B. 0-2 (0:0)

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Lithuanian team HFTC Tauras  played the host, Hawks Ladies in the last match up of the day. The host played well, but was overplayed by Tauras, who walked away with the win. 3-0 (2:0)

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