Monday, June 24, 2024

British clubs set for European outdoor hockey events set for April

British clubs will compete in various European outdoor club competitions set for spring 2021.

In the men’s events, Cardiff & Met men will compete in the EuroHockey Club Trophy I in Vienna from 2-5 April 2021, after the EHF announced dates last week.

Cardiff have been drawn in Pool A with CA Montrouge (FRA), SC Stroitel Brest (BLR) and hosts Post SV (AUT), while Western Wildcats have been pitted in Pool B.

Pool B consists of Western Wildcats (SCO), WKS Grunwald Poznan (POL), HC Rotweiss Wettingen (SUI) and HC OKS-SHVSM Vinnitska (UKR).

In women’s competition, East Grinstead and Swansea will both head for Europe.

East Grinstead, as runners-up to Surbiton in last season’s Investec Women’s Hockey League Premier Division, qualified for the Euro Hockey Club Trophy in Boom, Belgium from 2-5 April.

East Grinstead have been drawn in Pool B along with Gantoise of Belgium, GHC Rtm Grodno of Belarus and hosts Braxgata. Pool A consists of C.H. SPV Complutense of Spain, Loreto HC of Ireland, Ak Bars-Dinamo of Russia and Lille MHC of France.

Swansea will play in EuroHockey Club Challenge II in Rakovinik, Czech Republic from 20-23 May. Swansea are in Pool B with Dinamo Elektrostal of Russia, WAC of Austria and hosts, HC 1972 Rakovnik. Pool A contains Luzerner SC of Switzerland, Zuvedra Tauras of Lithuania, NAVAX AHTC of Austria and Kolos Boryspil of the Ukraine.

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