County hockey stars help England to semi-final clash at Euros
Lincolnshire's hockey aces Georgie Twigg and Hannah Mcleod have helped steer England to the semi-finals of the Euro Hockey Championships in Belgium.
The duo will be action today when they face the Netherlands at 8.30pm.
The other semi-final sees Germany take on Belgium at 6pm with the final is set to be held on Saturday at 3pm.
Mcleod was on the scoresheet as England beat Scotland 2-1 to earn themselves the runners-up spot in Pool B.
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The Boston-born defender steered the ball home on the 34th minute to give England the lead.
Scotland hit back on 49 minutes through a Nikki Kidd penalty corner.
However, England wrapped up the win with a goal in the 53rd minute as Sam Quek scored her first international goal.
England started their campaign with a 3-0 win over Spain.
Mcleod netted from a penalty corner to open the scoring, with goals also coming from a Kate Walsh and Lily Owsley.
They followed this up with a 2-1 defeat to Germany.
Marie Mavers opened the scoring for the Germans, before Giselle Ansley levelled the scores.
However, Mavers was on target from a penalty corner to snatch the win.
England head coach Jason Lee is relishing the chance of playing the Netherlands.
"I'm optimistic we can bring it together for the final two games," he said. "It's great to take on Holland in an environment like this and try to do something special."