- 21 Feb, 2017
Rathbones Jersey Over 50s are preparing for their quarter-final clash with Reading HC in the England Hockey Master's Cup this weekend. The match starts at 1pm at Les Quennevais Sports Centre.
Squad: Stuart Gower (captain), Rob Hurry, Peter Taylor, Murray Gilson, Conrad Evans, Ed Daubeney, Jan Collins, Adrian Heelis, Arran Eagar, Mark Bailey, Paul Duckworth (gk), Dom Pallot, Paul Le Bihan, Tobi Mathews, Steve Ritzema. Manager: Simon Watling.
Captain Stuart Gower is looking forward to a home tie; “We are in for a tough match against past title holders Reading who also boast a number of ex GB int...
- 19 Feb, 2017
Rathbones Jersey missed out on progressing to the next round of the England Hockey Trophy following an agonising defeat at the hands of Kingsbridge & Salcombe HC on Saturday. Goals from Aleisha Duffy and Kerry Rogers helped Jersey fight back from a goal behind twice to draw 2-2 after normal time, before losing on sudden death in the shootout.
It has been Jersey's best ever run in the competition, and captain Trudy Dillion-Nugent told ITV that she is pleased how the team has grown during the run:
"It's the furthest we've been in the tournament so far. It's a great experience for our team to pla...
- 15 Feb, 2017
At 8:00am on Sunday 29th January, twenty-eight excited boys descended on Jersey airport. The six strong coaching crew, warily considering the long, chilly, probably wet but hopefully enjoyable day ahead, assembled the boys into their 3 teams and with military precision escorted them through airport security, onto the plane in Jersey, off the plane in Guernsey, through the Guernsey baggage hall, onto the bus (with a squeeze) and into the Guernsey Hockey Clubhouse at Footes Lane. Perhaps astonishingly all done without a hitch.
The plan for the day consisted of a series of 7-a-side matches with a...
- 08 Feb, 2017
Rathbones Jersey made a very strong start to their 4th round knock out match. They had all possession for the first quarter and pressed well in their attacking end, making it very difficult for Yate to advance down the pitch. Kerry Rogers and Sarah Smith made some quick attacks, driving into the D leading to many short corners. Yate's defenders were quick off the line and stopped a lot of strikes on goal. However , Jersey eventually scored with a powerful strike from Sarah Heelis just inside the left post. Jersey continued to have most of the possession with only a few attacks from Yate in the...