Ex-Services looks for third straight win

THREE IN A ROW: Ex-Services, including Lilly Baker, is gunning for a third straight win on Saturday afternoon. Photo: MATT FINDLAY

THREE IN A ROW: Ex-Services, including Lilly Baker, is gunning for a third straight win on Saturday afternoon. Photo: MATT FINDLAY

Orange Ex-Services has a good record against Parkes United, that’s something the blue and golds don’t want changing in Saturday’s round four women’s Premier League Hockey clash.

Ex-Service hasn’t lost to Parkes since season 2014, scoring a couple of wins and draws since then but never dropping maximum points to the black and reds.

Winning becomes particularly crucial for Ex-Services on Saturday for a couple of reasons.

One, because it’s on the road. The Orange side travels to Parkes to take on United.

Two, because the blue and golds are middle of the pack on the competition standings and don’t want to risk slipping further down.

Helping the Orange side is the fact its confidence is sky high after back-to-back wins in the last two rounds. 

Ex-Services enter Saturday’s clash after taking care of Lithgow Zig Zag (4-0) and then Bathurst Souths (3-1) last weekend.

Parkes United hosts Orange Ex-Services from 1.30pm on Saturday afternoon.

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