It was a productive weekend in front of goal for Wapping Hockey Club’s Men’s Firsts as they claimed a 4-0 win against Blueharts Firsts.

They were the dominant side throughout and man on the match, Grant Aidoo-Nash, enjoyed a particularly impressive afternoon as he helped himself to a brace.

Adam Fallis and Ollie Davies also got in on the scoring act to help Wapping to a routine win which takes them up to third in the table.

It took Wapping a matter of minutes to move ahead as Aidoo-Nash made the most of a Blueharts error to pick out an unmarked Fallis in the circle.

He converted with a composed finish to lay the foundations for a first half dominated by Wapping.

They were two up inside 15 minutes when a slaloming run on the wing from Ollie Bull earned them a penalty corner, which was eventually turned in by Davies after a goalmouth scramble.

In spite of their two-goal lead, Wapping went into the break with a sense of what if after they spurned a number of chances in the opening period.

That theme continued after the restart but Wapping still managed to force home their advantage and score twice more.

Their third was the product of more work from Bull after he was released by Nat Crawley and put in a fine cross for Aidoo-Nash, who slid home.

He notched his second with a clever deflection to complete the scoring.

The Men’s Seconds were made to work a little harder for their points, but managed to claim a 2-1 win over Bourne Deeping Firsts thanks to goals from James Fanger and Max Duerkop.

Ross Townsley and James Wheaton were on target for the thirds as they eased to a 2-0 win over Felixstowe Firsts.

Elsewhere, the Ladies Firsts had Lucy Todd to thank for a 2-1 win over Cambridge City as she notched a brace at Lee Valley.

In gusty conditions, Wapping started the brighter of the two sides and pressurised the Cambridge defence into a number of early errors.

Their control of the match finally told when Lotta Paulus slipped a fine pass into Todd and she fired a reverse shot under the City keeper.

A penalty corner soon presented a chance for Wapping to make it 2-0 which they gleefully accepted as Todd followed up well to find the back of the net.

A two-goal advantage can often be a dangerous one and City got themselves back in contention in the second period after Wapping allowed their intensity to slip.

Wapping were caught out on a counter attack which presented Cambridge with a one-on-one which they duly dispatched.

The goal ensured a nervy close to the game with both sides pushing forwards, but Wapping ultimately held out for the win.

The Ladies Seconds had less joy in their clash with East London Seconds, coming out on the wrong side of a seven goal thriller.

Strikes from Jess Sturgeon, Siobhan Stewart and Lou Song were not enough to give Wapping victory as they went down to a 4-3 loss.

It was a better weekend for the Thirds who eased to a 2-0 victory against Maldon.

Player of the match Sandy Akinbolu got one of the Wapping goals as she added to an effort from Charlotte Holt.