In the second game of the day, Hawks again started a bit slowly and the the opening exchanges were scrappy with a lot of turnover. It was Isca who took the lead, with a well taken goal in the first half, but Hawks soon settled and started to string together some good passages of play.
Shortly after half time, Hawks levelled through Reaney, with her third goal of the day, as she calmly flicked past the keeper from a penalty corner. Both keepers had to be on top form to keep out a number of attempts on goal - Millie Lane in the Hawks goal showing exceptional agility and decision making coming out to smother a number of Isca attacks. However it was Isca who took the win with a penalty corner strike seconds before the final whistle, to leave Hawks disappointed with the result but encouraged with the day’s work, especially the contribution of new players welcomed to the squad.