CITY of Hockey Hockey Club's 10 Men's sides were without a win on the field in their latest round of matches, writes Clive Marshall.

Five matches were either conceded, postponed or cancelled altogether across a patchy results list.

City of York I's trip to Lindum I was postponed while York Badgers' home match with Huddersfield Dragons Development was cancelled.

York II and York VI were awarded 5-0 wins over Hull University I and Harrogate V after their respective opposition chose to concede the match.

The match between Thirsk II and York IX was also conceded by the latter.

York IV were only one of two men's sides to at least draw a match as they played out a 3-3 contest with Leeds V.

Alex Stephenson scored twice for York, with Rob Prentice also on the scoresheet.

A goalless stalemate was witnessed when between York V and Aire Valley I.

York III and York VIII fell to 2-0 and 3-0 defeats to Leeds Adel II and Acomb II respectively.

John Wordsworth, David Lancaster and Neil Reader scored in vain for York VII, who lost out 4-3 to Tadcaster Magnets I.

City of York Ladies' fared only slightly better, picking up two wins from seven matches.

Whitley Bay and Tynemouth I proved too strong for York I in a 4-0 away win for the North East club.

City of York II picked up a 2-1 win at Brigg I, thanks to goals from Sarah Rogers and Ruth Prentice.

Harrogate III comfortably dispatched York III 4-1. Helen Niblock scored the home side's only goal.

Three more matches were played out between Harrogate and City of York.

York IV picked up a creditable 1-1 draw at Harrogate IV while Harrogate V won 5-0 at home to York VII.

City of York VI were handed a 5-0 walkover win from their scheduled trip to Thirsk IV, who conceded the match.

The round's biggest winners, by a considerable distance, were City of York V who trounced Harrogate VI 18-0.

Rebecca Copperthwaite claimed eight goals while Holly Clayden finished with a personal tally of five.

Emily Eaton bagged a hat-trick while Sarah Davies and Alice Hodcroft were also on the scoresheet.