ANOTHER strong performance from Warwick saw the men’s first team continue their impressive start to the campaign thanks to a comfortable 10-0 victory at struggling South Nottingham.
The atrocious weather did not detract from the enthusiasm of the players, who dominated for the entirety of the game.
Two hat-tricks for Martyn Stickley and further goals from man-of-the-match Timothy Williams-Ellis ensured the visitors came away with an ephatic win.
It could have been even more had Warwick been more clinical with some of their opportunities, with Alistair Smith proving to be particularly wasteful in front of goal.
It was also an emotional afternoon for the team who bid farwell to Blue McWhirter after he left to train with the England Under-18 squad and he will be hoping to play at the 2016 Olympics in Rio next year.
Elsewhere, the men’s fourth team came out winners in their top-of-the-table clash at home to Worcester’s fourth team.
Two goals from Henry Curran put Warwick ahead and although Worester pulled one back, Warwick held on for three valuable points.
The mens’ fifth team also tasted success after beating Loughborough at home 3-1 anf the women’s first team lost 2-0 to a very well-organised Stourport outfit.