- 22 Feb, 2017
Ladies Masters trophy quarter final match. Sunday 26th February - 3pm
This Sunday, Rathbones Jersey O35s welcome Boston Spa hockey club (Leeds) for their quarter final match in the England Hockey Masters Trophy. Boston Spa have not played in the competition since early December due to a bye in the last round and jersey hope that this will give them an advantage following their strong performance against Yate HC only a few weeks ago. Playing at home with lots of supporters will also help to motivate a very determined team. Five of the jersey team also played in the 1st team match last weekend t...
- 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...
- 03 Feb, 2017
Rathbones Jersey 035s are competing in the 4th round of the England Hockey Masters Trophy this Sunday against Yate Hockey Club (Bristol).
Squad: Laura Besnard (GK) Trudy Dillon-Nugent Tracey Vallois Lucy Aston Helen Richardson Zoe Smart Kelly Cutting (captain) Becky Henwood-Darts (vice captain) Ciara McQuaid Kerry Rogers Sarah Heelis Sarah Smith
Coach - Alastair Gordon-Hall
Captain Kelly Cutting said; "We expect it to be a very challenging game. We expect them to have some very good individual players. We have played well in our recent training matches and are excited about playing in the UK a...
- 27 Jan, 2017
The Rathbones Jersey Boys’ U14s hockey squad of 28 boys and 6 coaches travel to Guernsey on Sunday, January 29th to participate in this season’s U14 Festival of Hockey. The squad, split into three teams, will play a 7-a-side tournament with each team playing each other and their Guernsey counterparts.
Lead coach, Neil Merritt, is looking forward to the day; “One of the most rewarding aspects of coaching this age-group is observing how quickly the boys improve their Hockey over the course of a season. Whilst this Festival of Hockey is their first opportunity to represent Jersey in the sport, an...