Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Club File

Club file: How forward-thinking London Edwardians drove business support

When lockdown hit, national league side London Edwardians locked heads and used the time to support those within its community as part of the club's digital initiative. The club, which plays at Battersea Park, created Lockdown Stories. Tom Johnston, of...

Huge fundraising scheme bolsters Fjordhus’ junior hockey coaching

With summer approaching, central borders' Fjordhus Reivers HC recall how lockdown and physical activity played key role for the Scottish club During our initial lockdown in an ever changing environment, the club had to adapt literally on a weekly basis...

Why hockey club photography is crucial to sport’s coverage

The Hockey Writers' Club is looking to establish links with all club photographers to promote imagery in an evocative sport. Andy Mair reports For many years, hockey photographers have sat at the side of a pitch in all kinds of...

HC Knole Park innovates during pandemic with online hockey programme

In our latest Club File series, we hear from one club which saw Covid as the catalyst for innovation and individual improvement At new Kent hockey club HC Knole Park, months of lockdown did not stop the club’s members from...

Club Hockey File: Pelicans itching to celebrate 100th anniversary

A year like no other, 2020 was supposed to be a huge year of on-going celebrations for Pelicans HC in Norfolk. Established in 1920, the club - which has spawned players such as Danny Kerry, Kath Johnson, David Vinson and...
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Tanni Grey-Thompson pays tribute to sports volunteers

As sport and physical activity continues its gradual and long-awaited reopening, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE has joined forces with Sport England and a host of sporting organisations to pay tribute to volunteers up and down the country who have...

Club Hockey File: Telford & Wrekin square up to reach pitch target

Replacing a 17-year-old sand-filled astro is no easy task for hockey clubs at the best of times, writes Richard Bright. Having achieved the EH Club Mark accreditation in August 2019, Telford & Wrekin HC started their Pitch In project a...

BIG READ: How Lewes Hockey Club reached magic astroturf figure

The latest in our Club Files series, Rob Heinzl, Lewes club chairman, on raising funds to replace an old hockey astro and having pivotal support of members Most people will know Lewes for its bonfire celebrations when the town is...

Back to Hockey: How returning ragtag bunch has lifted progressive club

North Staffs HC bill themselves as a “progressive” club. And they saw the possibilities thrown up by England Hockey’s Back 2 Hockey scheme, which encourages clubs to coax parents or ex-players out of retirement or to try the sport...

Worcester and RGS close in on landmark hockey pitch project

Worcester Hockey Club, one of the country’s oldest clubs, is on the cusp of completing its most exciting project in its 130 years of history, writes Stewart Flisher. In partnership with Royal Grammar School Worcester (RGS) and Worcester City...
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Tokyo Olympic hockey could have 5,000 Japanese fans

The opening match of the Olympic hockey competition could see up to 5,000 local fans attend when Japan men...
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