in association with Ice Hockey For Girls UK
It was a busy weekend in Womens Elite League with all six teams in action.
Guildford Lightning scored 21 seconds from time to draw 2-2 at home with Bracknell Queen Bees. Bracknell remain two points clear at the top of the table.
Martina Krupkova and Cloe Keijzer each netted a brace for Solihull Vixens in their 5-1 home win over Kingston Diamonds.
Sheffield Shadows remain unbeaten so far after a 3-0 victory at home to Swindon Topcats. Jodie Bloom scored twice and Sam Bolwell saved 18 shots for the shutout.
A hat-trick from Bethany Hill helped Chelmsford Cobras to an 11-1 win over Nottingham Vipers in Womens Premier League action.
Amy Hadden also netted a treble, this time for Slough Phantoms lifting them to a 4-2 road win at Kingston Diamonds.
Billingham Wildcats opened their season with a WD1 North Cup win at Sheffield Shadows. There were four different scorers for the Wildcats in a 4-2 success while Sheffield goalie Emma Bevan faced 72 shots (68 saves).
WEL: Solihull Vixens 5 Kingston Diamonds 1; Sheffield Shadows 3 Swindon Topcats 0; Guildford Lightning 2 Bracknell Queen Bees 2
WPL: Kingston Diamonds 2 Slough Phantoms 4; Chelmsford Cobras 11 Nottingham Vipers 1
WD1NC: Sheffield Shadows 2 Billingham Wildcats 4