Training tonight switches to Whitgift School astroturf, still 7.30-9pm.
Directions – http://www.whitgift.co.uk/MainContacts.aspx
Astroturf is at the back of the grounds, turn right at the end of the uphill driveway and follow the road round as far as you can and you should see the astro across the playing fields.
Well folks, it’s official – the new season is fast approaching. The fixtures are now up for all to see, check them out here or under the respective team pages:
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August hockey training is on Wednesday evenings 7.30 – 9pm at Croydon High School, Old Farleigh Road, Croydon, CR2 8YB
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Wanting to get back into hockey, change location or even want to learn how to play? Then please attend our Open Day. In preparation for 2014/5 and to dust off those cobwebs and relaunch the camaraderie, it would be great to see as many of you as possible. This year it will be on the 26th July from 12:00-2:00 at Croydon High School, Croydon High School, Old Farleigh Road, Selsdon CR2 8YB. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or post below. We will also be demonstrating our new kit as well and a few drinks at the clubhouse. More details to follow but expect such excitement as: – Crossbar challenge – Aerial Tennis – Longest goal – Have a crack at keeping and many more. As well as normal play of course! All potential new players welcome, of all standards. So block it out in your diary and come on down!
Last Saturday saw us take on Barnes. A decent enough unit who are generally pretty organised on the pitch, on the sidelines however one of them sported a green all in one tracksuit, pretty flashy! Read more ›
Two weeks after the derby match against Trinity Mid-Whigiftians, our second lot of neighbours – Sanderstead – arrived at a rather chilly Oasis Academy.
For the second week running we were playing after COWHC 1s, so were able to take heart from their battling victory as we warmed up. Following last week’s minor hiccup on the goalkeeping front we did at least know we were without our regular keeper for this match. So a big thank you must go to James Cornwall for donning the padding and stepping between the posts. I’m not sure what he was expecting, but it probably wasn’t how the match actually played out!
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Ah Epsom, somewhere that COWHC third team seem to not enjoy travelling to. Last season a hot day, losing one player to injury and another to a yellow card, plus our brave captain Mike Dawson stepping boldly into goal lead to us putting in possibly our worst performance leading to a 3-0 loss.
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Well, we lost 4-0 and I’m not quite sure how that happened. It was a really close game – lots of end to end stuff – and perhaps TH&D put away 4 of their chances while we didn’t manage to convert any of ours.
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It’s tough at the top of the league, as we discovered last week with a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Old Kingstonians. Determined to make amends, we travelled through the early evening gloom and the rain to face Old Cranleighans.
They came out of the traps at top speed and caught us a little on the back foot, forcing us to do more early defending than we would have liked. Bit by bit we found our form and began to play more constructively, but there was still no let up from the pace of this skilful OC team and they slipped in a goal from a short corner before half time. Read more ›