EH Trophy: Guernsey make final for fourth successive year
Guernsey won through to their fourth successive EH National Trophy final by beating Didsbury Northern 2-0.
Steve Waldrom and Zak Damarell scored second-half goals for the island side, who are the defending champions.
They will face Sheffield University Bankers in the final on 2 May, with the game to be played at the London 2012 Olympic hockey venue.
"It's an outstanding achievement and outstanding run we've been on," captain Adie Peacegood told BBC Radio Guernsey.
|Guernsey's previous EH Trophy final appearances|
|2014: Beat Banbury 4-2 on penalty flicks after a 3-3 draw||2013: Lost 3-2 to Lewes|
|2012: Lost 2-1 to Gateshead||2009: Beat Henley 4-3|
"It was a very professional job, we played very well on the day and came out with a deserved victory.
"Everyone's thrilled and extremely excited at being in another final and possibly picking up another winner's medal."
The islanders last lost a Trophy game in 2013, when they were beaten 3-2 by Lewes in the final.
"We can be quietly confident," added Peacegood. "We've been to that final for the last four years running, so we've got plenty of experience."