England women began their defence of the EuroHockey Championships with a 4-1 victory over Ireland in Amsterdam on Saturday afternoon. Ireland (ranked 16 in the world) performed better than the final result suggested against the reigning champions (WR 2), only trailing 1-0 at half time. England took an early lead, Laura Unsworth’s attack from the right seeing her cross turned in by an Irish defender close to captain Alex Danson, with Surbiton’s Hannah Martin also well positioned in the circle. Although England had plenty of possession, the Irish defence held firm, with Ireland very occasionally threatening to level, Roisin...Read More
Scotland Women, including Surbiton’s Robyn Collins found Germany too strong for them on day two of the Rabo EuroHockey Championships in Amsterdam on Saturday morning, losing 4-1 in the first game in Pool B. Scotland (ranked 17 in the world) made the worst possible start against their opponents (WR 7), not only conceding a goal after just 32 seconds, but also losing their video referral, querying whether the ball had touched a German foot, with the video umpire unable to decide using available footage. In contrast, Charlotte Stapenhorst’s shot raised high into the goal gave Germany, including current Surbiton Head Coach, Brett Garrard as an Assistant Coach for the duration of the tournament, the perfect start to their campaign. Germany put the Scottish defence under severe pressure during the first quarter, but needed Pia Grambusch’s penalty corner conversion in the 13th minute to double their lead, the ball deflected off the Scottish post defender’s stick into the roof of the net. Scotland managed to keep Germany’s forwards at bay throughout the second and third quarters, former Surbiton goalkeeper, Amy Gibson performing heroics. Scotland were unable to take advantage of the possession they had although Sarah Robertson went close with an overhead stick shot from their first penalty corner. Germany kept pressing and were rewarded in the 52nd minute, Teresa Martin Pelegrina spinning round in the centre of the circle...Read More
Surbiton Men’s scheduled friendly against Richmond at Sugden Road on Saturday has been cancelled due to a lack of player availability.Read More
With the Rabo EuroHockey Championships due to start this weekend, Ross Bone is resurrecting his famous blog, The Top of the D for the duration of the championships. Ross is looking forward to the Championships by interviewing various players and today (15 August) it’s Surbiton Ladies and England star Hannah Martin‘s turn in the spotlight. The Top of the D website can be found here and the interview with Hannah can be found...Read More
All members who have been with the club for a year or longer will know Mark Atherton, one of our former coaches who was with Surbiton for almost a decade, working predominantly with the Ladies and Colts sections. At the start of the year Mark started a running challenge in memory of Emma Broad, one of our former Colts players, who sadly passed away in her sleep in May 2011, aged just 16, as a result of sudden cardiac arrest. Emma was a beautiful and talented person. Her passion in life was hockey and she had played at Surbiton...Read More
- Hunter And Ansley Send England Into Euros Semi-Finals 22/08/2017
- England Men Lose Seven Goal Thriller To Germany 21/08/2017
- England Women Lose 1-0 To Germany At Euros 20/08/2017
- Scotland Women Held To Goalless Draw By Ireland 20/08/2017
- England Men Hit Poland For Six At Euros In Amsterdam 20/08/2017
Just so you know
With the start of the league season only a few weeks away, Play Day returns on Saturday the 2nd September. Play Day is not just for returning members - everyone is
With the start of the league season only a few weeks away, Play Day returns on Saturday the 2nd September.
Play Day is not just for returning members – everyone is welcome. If you are looking for somewhere to play your hockey next season, then come down to get a taste of what Surbiton is all about.
Alongside the hockey, the Tea Hut and BBQ will be running throughout the day to keep you all refreshed and energised.
Additionally, preseason friendlies for both the Men’s and Ladies’ 1st XI will give you the opportunity to see the national league champions in action.
Play Day will give you a great chance to get ready for the start of the season and socialise with your team-mates.
11am-1pm: Ladies’ session
12pm: L1 vs University of Birmingham
1pm: EGM (Election of Vice Captain)
1:15pm-3:15pm: Men’s session
4pm: M1 vs Teddington
And best of all, admission is free!
(Saturday) 11:00 - 18:00
Surbiton Hockey Club
Sugden Road, Long Ditton KT7 0AE