Saturday, May 25, 2024

Banbury aim for huge England Hockey Cup upset with brothers at the helm

Should Banbury HC beat Premier Division side Beeston on Sunday in the T1 Men’s Cup final at Lee Valley, it would surely rank as the biggest scalp in recent England Hockey history.

That they have won only two matches to get to the national Cup showpiece final is a moot point. While the Cup has been shunned, Banbury have taken it seriously and are deserved finalists.  

“It’s a first in the club’s history at T1 level and we have never been there before,” said Andy Camp, Banbury’s assistant manager who was also manager for four seasons. 

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