ALDERLEY Edge women’s firsts will not know quite how their game with Wakefield ended in a 1-1 draw.

Despite dominating the match and creating several guilt-edged chances, they were forced to come from behind to rescue a share of the spoils.

Caitlin Polley scored Edge’s goal with a perfectly executed drag flick, but Edge could not find a winner.

“Wakefield will definitely have been happy they escaped with a point,” coach Kelly Pryde-Fillingham said.

“A great performance from the squad – not sure how that was 1-1!”

Two goals from Michelle Fletcher and one each from Sophie Fox and Lucy Walmsley secured a 4-0 win for the seconds at Oldham while the thirds drew 2-2 with Neston after conceding from a penalty corner with the game’s final play.

A poor run of results continued for the men’s firsts as they lost 5-1 at home to Didsbury Northern despite Ben Gregory’s excellent equalising goal.

Meanwhile, Edge’s over 45s women’s Masters team progressed in the England Hockey championship with a 3-1 home win over Sale.