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  • Gold Medalist & Olympians visit Jersey

    Jersey continues to attract top class coaches to support our development programme. In 2014, Olympic gold medal winning Great Britain goalkeeper Maddie Hinch and GB coach John Hurst provided goalkeeping coaching.

    This December GB Men's captain Barry Middleton, GB Olympic gold medallist Giselle Ansley, and GB & England internations, David Ames & Beckie Middleton visited the Island and provided masterclass coaching to junior development and adult teams.


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  • England Hockey Men's Trophy Round One Jersey win 4 - 1 on penalty strokes

    Rathbones Jersey survived a late fightback from Lewes to progress to round two of the England Hockey Trophy after winning on penalty strokes.

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  • Rathbones Jersey Over 35s 9 vs 1 Oxford HC Over 35s

    Rathbones Jersey Women's Over 35s cruised into round two of the England Hockey Master's Trophy with a convincing 9-1 victory over Oxford HC.

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  • TPS Quackers 1s 3 : Nomads 1s 0

    Nomads had lots of possession in the opening 20 minutes but couldn't find a way past keeper Emily Le Feuvre. Quackers scored their first goal after a break down the left was smartly finished by Hannah Scriven. Scriven scored Quackers' second after a short corner and completed her hat trick just before half time from another short corner. Nomads came back into the game in the second half and could have grabbed a goal towards the end of the match, but were denied again by Le Feuvre tipping over the bar from a short corner.

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  • Cannacord Rwb 4 : Flames 2

    The boys started brightly in the match but it was Rwb who got on the score sheet first after a cross was touched in by Sarah Mullins. The second for Rwb came shortly after from a direct strike on goal from Charlie Maltby. But a lapse in concentration allowed the boys back into the game as good play helped them work past the Rwb defence, with Charlie Mossop and Chris Thomas taking advantage with a goal each to level the score. But it was Rwb who went into half time ahead after Sarah Heelis made a superb strike on goal to take it to 3-2. After the break Rwb took control and looked the stronger of the two sides. Chrissie Helmholt Kneisal adding the final goal to make the score 4-2.

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