BURY Hockey Club's Ladies' thirds and fourths had a weekend to remember when they won promotion to Division Three and their second piece of silverware in the shape of the Reynolds Trophy.

They beat Bolton 5-0 on Saturday to seal second place in Division Four of the Greater Manchester Women's Hockey League and then won in extra-time after a 1-1 draw against Seddons to win the trophy the following day.

It caps a fine campaign after a mixture of the thirds and fourths beat County B 3-0 thanks to goals from from Becky Nield, Emma Rodger and Erin Kenyon a week earlier.

The men's firsts lost 2-1 to Bolton in their final game of the season at Castlebrook.

Bolton opened the scoring with a weak shot at a penalty corner before Bury responded with a corner of their own and Matty Lee somehow managed to squeeze the ball in to restore parity.

Bolton re-took the lead in similar circumstances as a slow looping drag flick drifted in and the second half was a stalemate.

A week earlier they had come from 2-0 down against Ormskirk to win 4-3 thanks to goals from Johnny Bray (two), Rob Fogwill and Jack Marshall-Grint.

The men’s second team ended the season with a 6-1 defeat to Didsbury, Richard Aspinall scoring their only goal.

It was only 1-0 at half time but Didsbury found another gear and put Bury to the sword, scoring three times in 11 second-half minutes to effectively end the game as a contest.

The previous week, they went down 8-0 to runaway league leaders Northern.

The ladies' firsts produced a surprise on Saturday as they drew 3-3 with high-flying Urmston.

In Jenny Matthews’ last game for the club, Bury were determined to give her an appropriate send off and she was awarded Bury and Urmston’s player of the match after scoring in the game.

Sophie Foreman finished her season off on a high, grabbing two goals for herself as Bury snatched an unlikely point.

A week earlier, Bury losts 3-1 to City of Manchester despite a well-taken goal from Charlotte Bates.

But they fared better on Monday night, drawing 2-2 with a good University of Manchester side.

The University side had access to players not normally available on a Saturday and played to a standard not befitting their league position.

However, they could not match Bury’s determination and tenacity as Beth Topping finished neatly in her comeback game to draw Bury level at 1-1 and Chloe Edgington smashed in a spectacular volley to put them ahead.

Manchester drew level at the end of the first half with a penalty stroke after their forward was scythed down and the second half was goalless.

The ladies' seconds lost as Didsbury got their revenge on Bury for the result the previous week, running out 5-1 winners.

Joy Keenedy got the solitary goal for Bury who ended the season with a respectable fifth-placed finish in Division Two under the captaincy of Simone Rothwell.