Hockey: JAMES O'Shea hit four goals out of an Eastcote total of nine and yet the Boars were still disappointed with their 9-4 defeat of Mill Hill.
Mill Hill were thrashed 15-1 by Milton Keynes the previous week and Eastcote were on course to match that after opening up a 6-0 half-time lead in their Middlesex, Bucks, Berks & Oxon Regional League clash.
However, the Boars then conceded four times from as many shots to lose the second period 4-3 and leave them with plenty of defensive issues to address at training this week.
Adam Mullholland (2), Gaz Amos (2) and Austin Pritchard completed the scoring as Eastcote remained third in the table, below Milton Keynes and British Airways on goal difference with Sonning coming to Kings College Road at 1.30pm on Saturday.
The seconds drew 3-3 with Oxted after goals from Ian Sadler, Keith Antony and David Cooper while victories for the fourths and Simbas saw them top their leagues.
The veterans over-40s eased past Ramgarhia 5-3 in round one of the England Hockey Cup on Sunday thanks to Raj Bhadresa (2), Indi Ubbey, Warren Periera and Chris MacLannan.
The ladies first team remained unbeaten in Southern Counties Division Two but their 1-1 home draw with Battersea Wanderers also left them still awaiting a first win after three games.
Eastcote took an early lead through a short corner strike by Emily Reed and they continued to attack well, while the defence stood up well to any serious Battersea threat.
However, Wanderers equalised from a short corner 15 minutes into the second half and despite plenty of pressure East-cote could not find a winner.
The ladies seconds enjoyed a convincing 4-1 win over PHC Chiswick thanks to Karen Brookes, Claire Jordan and Janet Morris (2), while the threes drew 0-0 with Staines III, the fours lost 3-0 to PHC Chiswick and the fifths went down 6-1 to Staines V.
On Sunday the ladies first team went out of the Hockey Association Cup with a 4-0 second round defeat at home to National League side Reading.
Irene Hall had a fantastic game in defence but Eastcote conceded twice in each half despite a fine battling display.
Eastcote U11s hosted a four-way mini festival for boys and girls which was won by Harrow (boys) and Richmond (girls). Wycombe also took part.
The U14 boys lost 4-2 at Aylesbury and the U14 girls went down 1-0 at Wokingham. * Old Uxonians Ladies defeated West Hampstead 6-0 in Division Four of the Middlesex League with goals from Jo Harper, Lisa Kinder, Juliette Ganachaud on her debut and from player of the match Liz Laird, who bagged a hat-trick.
A week after they edged out Sunbury III 4-3 with goals from Laird, Harper and a brace from star player Laurie Tostevin.