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Parker fires Terrassa to second in Division de Honor

13th February 2012

Rob Parker fired CN Terrassa to fourth as they squeezed past CN Mataro Quadis in the Spanish Division de Honor.

The British star scored once as his side secured their second victory since the winter break with a 10-9 win.

British goalkeeper Ed Scott was the closest to also celebrating victory in Spain as his CE Mediterrani lost 11-8 at home to title chasers CN Sabadell.

Elsewhere, Ric Lawlor scored once and Mike Bourne played as CD Turia lost 22-2 at home to third-placed Real Canoe Isostar and Jack Waller’s CN Sant Andreu lost out 13-3 to league leaders CN Atletic Barceloneta.

Adam Scholefield and Joe O’Regan returned to league action for the first time since December with their club PVSK-Fuszert in the Hungarian Vodafone OB I league.

O’Regan scored twice and Scholefield once as PVSK put in a battling performance before eventually losing 10-7 at Orvosegyetem.

Alex Parsonage starred for UZSC in the Dutch Hoofdklasse as his side comfortably saw off bottom club BZC Brandenburg.

The Brit bagged four goals for his team as they secured an 18-8 victory.

Dan Laxton’s AZ&PC were also returning to league matters after lifting the Dutch Cup last month but couldn’t carry on their form as they lost 10-3 at second-placed Widex GZC Donk.

Matt Holland’s Aix-en-Provence returned to winning form after two straight defeats in the French Elite League, winning 9-8 at home to mid-table rivals Dauphins FC Sete.

Ciaran James and Will Middleton tasted success for their respective teams in the German Bundesliga.

James’ SV Cannstatt won 10-7 at WU Magdeberg to reinforce their position at the top of Group B while Middleton’s SC Wedding Berlin won 10-4 at home to Glen Robinson’s SV Wurzburg.

Sean King continued his scoring form with a double but he and Sean Ryder couldn’t prevent an under-strength SV Weiden losing 22-4 at ASC Duisburg in Group A.

Finally, Jake Vincent’s Bayer Uerdingen lost 8-2 at league leaders Spandua 04 Berlin as their opponents continued their 100 per cent record this season.

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