IT was a good weekend for Bury Hockey Club with four out of five teams all winning.

The men’s first team warmed up for this weekend’s derby clash with Rochdale with a routine 3-0 win over Ormskirk.

While it was far from the 15-0 drubbing Bury handed out to Ormskirk two weeks ago, Bury dominated from start to finish.

Jack Marshall-Grint was first on the scoresheet followed by a drag flick from Rob Fogwill before James Larmett finished off the scoring with a great strike.

The men’s second team are three points clear of their division after beating Southport 7-0 with Jay Singh scoring his first ever hat-trick.

Bury, wary of a team who beat previous leaders CoM a week earlier, were able to welcome back Luke Fidler, David Matthews and Jon Kitchen, in addition to vice-captain Danny Nicholls .

The home side stormed into a 4-0 half-time lead thanks to two goals apiece from Fidler and Singh.

In the second half, Bury dropped off slightly but were still able to put another three past Southport without reply, Singh completing his hat-trick with Ricky Aspinall and Danny Nicholls completing the scoring.

An understrength Bury ladies first team - with eight regulars missing - faced Horwich with Ladies section head, Mandy Fitzgerald, given a rare start.

The ever-impressive Lilly Furse scored the first with a deflected effort before Sophie Foreman rounded off a fine team move to make it 2-0. Foreman then scored a second after she was unselfishly played in by Lorna Wroe.

The ladies seconds, who had several players called up to the first, went down 1-0 to CoM while the ladies thirds beat Oldham 1-0.