Hockey: Grange ready to unleash teenage scoring sensation on Clydesdale

The door is open for Western Wildcats to open up a three point lead over Grange at the top of the men`s Premiership following the postponement of the champions trip to Clydesdale due to Covid-19 cases.

Grange's Fraser Heigh has taken the men's Premiership by storm.

Wildcats have been in mauling mood with 13 goals in their two games so far, and the problem for the Wanderers defence is that the goals come from Fraser Calder, Rob Harwood, Andy McConnell and several others.

Dunfermline Carnegie have started their first ever Premiership season in some style with back to back wins, and today hope to make it a hat-trick at home against Kelburne. So far most of their goals have come from set pieces courtesy of Aidan McQuade and Andrew Doyle, but the youngsters from Paisley are only a couple of points behind and should be no pushover.

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Edinburgh University take on Hillhead, while Inverleith visit a young Uddingston outfit. The clash between Watsonians and Grove Menzieshill has also been a COVID victim.

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