SHC Junior Academy Camp 23-24 October 2017

After the success of the first camp at the end of the summer, SHC are proud to announce the SHC Half Term Junior Academy Camp for school years 1-5. The camp will be held on Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 October, from 10 am to 4 pm with early drop off and late pick up available. 1 day is £50 and 2 days are £90 (plus booking fee). To book click...

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Colts Hockey Camp 26-27 October

After the success of the first camp at the end of the summer, SHC are proud to announce the SHC Half Term Colts Hockey Camp for school years 6-9. The camp will be held on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 October from 10 am to 4 pm with early drop off and late pick-up available. 1 day is £50 and 2 days are £90 (plus booking fee). To book click...

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Noblett’s ACT Finish 8th in AHL

Surbiton’s Luke Noblett, who had previously played for New South Wales in the Australian Hockey League (AHL) helped Australian Capital Territory (ACT) finish eighth out of ten teams in Perth. ACT lost all four Pool B matches, 0-3 to New South Wales; 2-3 to Northern Territory; 2-3 to Western Australia and 0-2 to India. With the top two teams in each pool qualifying for a four team Pool C, the remaining six teams battled it out in Pool D for effectively fifth to eighth place. ACT finished fourth, beating South Australia 4-1 before losing 1-3 to Tasmania and 2-4 to a New Zealand Development squad. Meanwhile former Surbiton player, Naomi Evans helped her ACT squad to sixth place in the Women’s AHL, also in Perth. ACT finished fourth in Pool A, losing their first two games to Western Australia (2-4) and the New Zealand Development Squad (0-2) before going unbeaten through the rest of the tournament. The two defeats and two subsequent draws against Queensland (1-1) and Northern Territory (2-2 with Evans scoring a goal) ended ACT’s hopes of a top two finish in the pool. A 1-0 win over Tasmania ensured they finished fourth, before wins over South Australia (3-0) and India (2-0) gave ACT a second place finish in Pool D. More information about the Men’s AHL can be found at the Hockey Australia Altius website here...

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M1 Come From Behind To Beat Hampstead & Westminster

Men’s Hockey League Premier Division – 7 October 2017 SURBITON 2–1 HAMPSTEAD & WESTMINSTER Scorers: James Gall 54-F, Luke Taylor 67-PS Squad: Harry Gibson (GK); Luke Taylor, Rob Farrington, Jonny Gall, Arjan Drayton Chana, Willie Marshall, Zach Wallace, Brendan Creed, David Goodfield, Nick Parkes, James Gall. Subs: Sam Spencer 8″, Dave Bartram 8″, Lewis Prosser (Capt.) 9″, Conor Williamson 9″, Gareth Furlong 11″ Umpires: Dan Barstow and Martin Twist Match Official: Jo Pennycook   Surbiton Men kept up their one hundred per cent record in the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division but had to come back from a 1-0 half time...

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L1’s Patience Rewarded By Victory Over Leicester

Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division – 7 October 2017 SURBITON 1–0 LEICESTER Scorer: Jo Hunter 39-F Squad:Grace Lawes (GK); Giselle Ansley, Sarah Haycroft (Capt.), Georgie Twigg, Jo Hunter, Hannah Martin, Emily Atkinson, Beckie Middleton, Izzy Petter, Robyn Collins, Ella Burnley. Subs: Sarah Page 7″, Stephanie Addison 9″, Natalie Maclean 12″, Alice Sharp 12″, Darcy Bourne 14″ Umpires: Frances Block and David Howell Match Official: Jo Pennycook   Surbiton Ladies stayed top of the Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division table on goals scored, but needed to remain patient before clinching a 1-0 win over a tactically aware Leicester squad...

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Just so you know

All Men and Ladies match results and tables are available under Senior Ladies or Senior Men

All match previews will now be posted in Club News

Any observations, questions, criticism or maybe even praise please contact me

Upcoming Events

october

21oct20:00‘Stars In Their eyes’ – Karaoke Night

november

4nov19:00Quiz and Curry Night – Ladies 1s’ Fundraiser

17nov19:00An Evening of Wine Tasting

december

9dec20:00Christmas Cocktail Party

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