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England U18 Boys Miss Out On Bronze After Shootout

England’s Under-18 Boys just missed out on bronze medals at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Cork after losing 2-1 in a shootout to Belgium.
The teams couldn’t be separated after 70 minutes both teams scoring once in each half to force a 2-2 draw and a shootout decider.
Euan Gilmour had given England a tenth minute lead with a penalty corner conversion before Cyril Freyling equalised for Belgium on the quarter-hour in the same manner.
Four minutes into the second half, Belgium took the lead for the first time, Boris Gougnard scoring from open play.
With eight minutes remaining, Lucas Ward salvaged a draw for England, also scoring from open play.
Surbiton’s Eddie Way and Evan Kimber were both in the England squad, Way starting and Kimber coming on as a sixth minute substitute.
England’s Head Coach, Jody Paul reflected on the squad’s performance during the tournament: “Over this cycle the development of the players in the … read more

England U18 Girls Win Bronze After Dramatic Shootout

England’s Under-18 will come back from the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Cork with bronze medals after winning a shootout against Belgium on Saturday morning.
The match was drawn 1-1 after 70 minutes, but England held their nerve to prevail 3-2 in the shootout.
England were on course to win in normal time after Oxford Hawks’ Lucy Millington gave them the lead two minutes into the second half from open play.
However, with just three minutes remaining, Laetitia Goeminne equalised with a penalty corner conversion to send the match into a shootout.
Beeston’s Esme Burge and Mimi Tarrant, and Bowdon Hightown’s Lily Wolstenholme all scored for England, who were never behind in the shootout even though Belgium went first.
Shaunda Ikegwuono and Margot De Clercq were Belgium’s scorers, but when Camille Lycke failed to score from her country’s fifth attempt, England’s bronze medals were assured.
Surbiton’s Holly Munro and Louisa Bray were both in the England squad, … read more

England U18 Boys To Play Belgium For Bronze

England’s Under-18 Boys will take on Belgium for the bronze medals at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Cork on Saturday after going down 5-0 to Germany in their semi-final.
Germany proved too strong for England and led 2-0 at half time, Eric Knobling scoring from open play in the 19th and 26th minutes.
Leopold Harms added a third in the 51st minute from a penalty corner before two goals in as many minutes sealed England’s fate.
Raphael Hartkopf scored both goals from open play in the 62nd and 63rd minutes.
Surbiton’s Eddie Way was in England’s starting line-up whilst Evan Kimber came on as a fifth minute substitute.
England Head Coach, Jody Paul was proud of his team’s second half performance: “I thought Germany dominated the first half and we couldn’t get our game going,” he said. “But in the second half I was pleased with the resilience we showed and the chances we created. … read more

England U18 Girls Euros Hopes Ended By Dutch

England’s Under-18 Girls’ hopes of winning the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Cork were ended at the semi-final stage by the Netherlands on Friday morning.
After a goalless first half, the Netherlands found their goalscoring touch after half time to win 3-0.
England held out until the 38th minute, Freeke Moes breaking the deadlock with a penalty corner conversion.
Eight minutes later, Pien Dicke doubled the lead from open play with Carmel Bosch converting a penalty corner with just three minutes to play to confirm the Netherlands’ place in the final.
England, including Surbiton’s Louisa Bray and Holly Munro in their squad, now face Belgium for bronze on Saturday morning at 10 am.
England’s Head Coach, Sarah Kelleher said after the match: ““I’m very pleased with the girls’ performance. I was looking for a good performance, and they produced that. To actually stay at 0-0 with the Dutch at half time is a good result as … read more

England U18 Boys Reach Euros Semi-Finals

England’s Under-18 Boys booked their place in the EuroHockey Youth Championships semi-finals in Cork at Wednesday lunchtime with a come from behind 4-2 win over Spain.
The victory ensured that England would finish second in Pool B behind the Netherlands, who had booked their place in the last four with a convincing 11-1 win over Italy.
England went into the game knowing that only an unlikely win by nine goals would see them finish top of the pool, and those faint hopes were soon dashed as Spain took the lead.
Cesar Curiel converted a fifth minute penalty corner to boost the Spaniards’ hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals at England’s expense.
Spain led until the 23rd minute when Euan Gilmour equalised with a penalty corner conversion of his own and leave the match balanced on a knife edge at the half time interval.
Eight minutes into the second half, James Oates gave England the lead … read more

England U18 Girls Reach Euros Semi-Finals

England’s Under-18 Girls, including Surbiton’s Holly Munro and Louisa Bray in their squad, beat Russia 4-2 on Wednesday morning to clinch their place in the EuroHockey Youth Championships semi-finals in Cork.
All four teams went into the final round of Pool B games level on three points, ensuring that any team that won their game would qualify for the last four.
Russia had beaten Germany 3-2 in their opening game but lost 3-2 to hosts Ireland on Tuesday. England had beaten Ireland 3-0 but lost 6-1 to Germany.
England took the lead in the ninth minute, Harleston Magpies’ Abby Gooderham scoring from open play. Seven minutes later, Valeriia Borisova equalised also from open play to leave all to play for in the second half.
With an inferior goal difference to the Russians, England needed the win to progress and within a minute of the restart, Isca’s Sophie Jefferson restored England’s lead from open play.
Russia … read more

England U18 Girls Struggle Against Germany

England’s Under-18 Girls suffered a major setback at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Cork on Tuesday morning, Germany running out convincing winners by a 6-1 margin.
Germany had lost 3-2 to Russia in their opening match, but were determined not to lose a second game, rushing into a 4-0 lead by half time.
Feline Günther, Katherina Kiefer and Nicola Pluta’s brace put Germany into a commanding position after the first period of 35 minutes.
England put in a better second half performance, Cambridge City’s Tess Howard scoring her country’s consolation from a penalty corner with ten minutes to play.
Liv Arndt had put Germany 5-0 ahead and Pluta completed her hat-trick in the final minute to leave England needing to beat Russia on Wednesday morning (9.45 pm) if they are going to keep their hopes of a semi-final place alive.
England Head Coach, Sarah Kelleher said: “We know we can compete with the Germans, but … read more

Kimber and Way Help England U18 Boys Hit Italy For Six

Surbiton’s Evan Kimber and Eddie Way found the net for the second game running as England’s Under-18 Boys beat Italy 6-0 in their second Eurohockey Championships Pool B game on Monday afternoon.
Way opened the scoring with a penalty corner conversion in the 27th minute, and after England had doubled their lead through Tom Crowson’s open play goal in the 46th minute, Way started a rush of four goals in the last ten minutes.
Way converted a second penalty corner on the hour to put England 3-0 ahead, before the Italian defence was overwhelmed as Matthew Ramshaw and James Oates quickly added open play goals in the  64th and 66th minutes.
Kimber had the last word in the 70th minute to help England to the top of the Pool B table, on goal difference from the Netherlands, who beat Spain 6-2.
England just need a draw against Spain in their final pool game on Wednesday … read more

Munro Captains England U18 To Victory Over Ireland

Surbiton’s Holly Munro captained England’s U18 Girls to an opening day victory over hosts Ireland at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Cork on Sunday evening.
England won 3-0, Isca’s Sophie Jefferson giving England a fifth minute lead from open play. A penalty corner broke down but Munro attacked down the right before passing to Jefferson.
Cambridge City’s Tess Howard doubled the lead with an 18th minute penalty corner conversion before Bowdon Hightown’s Lily Wolstenholme scored a third goal in the 59th minute.
Surbiton’s Louisa Bray is also in the England squad but didn’t play against the Irish.
England Head Coach, Sarah Kelleher was happy with her team’s performance:  “It’s good to get the first game under our belts. Getting here two days ago we were ready to play.”
“The first goal relaxed us, but we didn’t want to take our eye off the ball. We had scenarios planned for if either side scored in the … read more

Way and Kimber Both On Target Against Dutch U18 Boys

Surbiton’s Eddie Way and Evan Kimber both scored to help England U18 Boys to a 2-2 draw against the Netherlands at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Cork, Ireland on Sunday afternoon.
England fell behind in the eighth minute after Daniel de Haan opened the scoring from open play, but nine minutes later, Way’s drag-flick penalty corner conversion brought England level.
By half time, England led 2-1 thanks to Kimber’s superb solo open play goal four minutes before the interval. Kimber gained possession of the ball from the halfway line before running into the circle and finishing with a low shot into goal.
Daan Dekker earned the Netherlands a point with a penalty corner conversion twelve minutes before the end.
After the game, England Head Coach, Jody Paul summed up the performance as follows: “I was very pleased with the first half performance but in the second I was half disappointed because the game plan … read more

Surbiton Represented at U18 Euros In Cork

The 2016 EuroHockey U18 Youth Championships start in Cork on Sunday and Surbiton Hockey Club has players in both England’s boys and girls squads.
Holly Munro will captain the Girls team which starts its campaign against hosts Ireland (5.45 pm) on Sunday, whilst Louisa Bray is one of two goalkeepers in the England squad.
England continue with a match against Germany on Tuesday (10 am) before completing their Pool B schedule against Russia on Wednesday (9.45 am).
If England finish in the top two, they will play in next Friday’s semi-finals, otherwise they will have to battle against relegation in Pool C against the teams which finish third and fourth in Pool A.
The teams in Pool A are: Belgium, Netherlands, Poland and Spain.
England would carry forward their result against their other Pool B opponent to join them in Pool C.
The final and bronze medal match are both scheduled for Saturday 30 July.
Meanwhile in England’s boys … read more

Summer Hockey

With the Summer programme coming to the end it gives a chance for our colts to have a break before the hockey season starts again in September.
This year’s Summer programme saw 644 colts taking part, 144 colts coming externally from the club. This not only gave our colts the chance to play throughout the summer but also other colts players in the local area the opportunity of continuing to play hockey and improving their skills.
The introduction of the Dexters Game Time, which is played in a six a side format on a third of a pitch, was a new addition to the summer programme this year.
The club was lucky enough to secure sponsorship from Dexters Estate Agents who are based in Claremont Road in Surbiton which enabled the club to invest in new equipment, including pitch dividers, strips for marking the shooting areas and new balls.
The new format was a great success as it gave the colts … read more

SHC Colts – Award winners photos

A selection of photos from the Colts Awards night is available below
 
 

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SHC Colts Awards 2016

The SHC Colts Awards were announced on Friday 20th May at SHC.  A large group of Colts and parents gathered to see this season’s award winners collecting medals and trophies.  Our main awards were for the

SHC Team of the Season, which went to the U16 Boys for their fantastic results this year.  This award was sponsored by our Club sponsors, NB Wealth Management, who joined us at the Awards on Friday evening.
The Emma Broad Trophy which went to Scarlett Gearey for her her huge contribution to Surbiton HC.

Thanks to our sponsors, NB Wealth Management,  for their support this season.  The Junior Colts Awards were handed out by 1st XI and GB player Dave Beckett, while our Senior Colts Awards were handed out by 1st X1 player and GB player Jonny Gall.  Coach, Lauren Moores was on hand to be “master of ceremonies”.  Fred Moore, Chair of Colts, announced the awards … read more

U14 Girls Retain National Title

Surbiton’s Under-14 Girls won their fourth successive national title, beating Cambridge City 4-0 at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Sunday.
Surbiton have been champions every year since the national finals were introduced in the 2012-13 season.
Wins over Norwich City (4-2), Stourport (3-0) and Beeston (2-1) saw them top their pool and face a rematch against Cambridge, who they beat 3-0 last season.
Surbiton won the final 4-0 to make it an even more successful weekend for their Colts with the Under-12 Girls also retaining their national title.

Surbiton’s Under-14 Girls – National Champions yet again!  Photo: Tim Reder Photography
Colin Pike

U12 Girls Regain Their National Title

Surbiton’s Under-12 Girls regained their In2Hockey title at Nottingham with a 3-0 win over Beeston on Saturday.
Having lost out to Spencer last year, the girls beat Neston South Wirral 4-0, Bournemouth 3-1, Burton 5-0 and Sevenoaks 2-0 to top Pool C and reach the final.
Beeston had beaten Canterbury 2-0, Thirsk 5-0, Guildford 2-0 and Clifton 6-0, but couldn’t prevent Surbiton lifting the title for the third time in four years.
In 2013, Surbiton beat Worcester on penalty strokes after a 1-1 draw and then in 2014, beat Marlow 3-0.
Bournemouth beat Guildford to finish third.
The Under-14 Girls play at Lee Valley on Sunday.
Colin Pike

Double Heartbreak for U12 Boys and U14 Boys

Surbiton’s Under-12 and Under-14 Boys just missed out on national glory after finishing as runners-up in their national finals.
The Under-12 Boys lost 2-1 to Canterbury in their final in Nottingham, after winning Pool A.
A goalless draw against Brooklands Manchester University was followed by wins over Cheltenham (5-1), Stourport (1-0) and Harleston Magpies (4-0), but in spite of a magnificent effort, Canterbury proved too strong for them in the final.
Canterbury gained revenge for a 3-0 defeat in last season’s final. Robinsons finished third after a 2-0 win over Brooklands MU.
At Lee Valley, Surbiton’s Under-14 Boys came even closer, missing out on penalty strokes to Cheltenham after a 2-2 draw in normal time.
The boys had reached the final without conceding a goal, topping Pool B with wins over Team Bath Buccaneers (2-0), Bishop’s Stortford (3-0) and Beeston (4-0).

Surbiton’s Under-14 Boys who came so close to becoming national champions.  Photo: Tim Reder Photography.
Colin … read more

More Surbiton Colts Aiming For National Glory This Weekend

More Surbiton Colts team will be aiming for national glory this weekend, following both Under-16 teams’ success and the Under-18 Boys lifting their cup, all at Lee Valley.
This time, it’s the turn of the Under-12s and Under-14s on the national stage.
The Under-12 Boys face Brooklands Manchester University; Cheltenham; Harleston Magpies and Stourport in Pool A, of the National In 2 Hockey Championships in Nottingham.
The Under-12 Girls take on Bournemouth; Burton; Neston South Wirral and Sevenoaks in Pool C of their National In 2 Hockey Championships, at the same time in Nottingham.
Meanwhile at Lee Valley, Surbiton’s Under-14 Boys face Beeston; Bishop’s Stortford and Team Bath Buccaneers in Pool B of their national finals.
On Sunday, Surbiton’s Under-14 Girls take on Beeston, Norwich City and Stourport, again at Lee Valley.
Colin Pike

U18 Boys Are National Champions

Surbiton’s Under-18 Boys needed penalty strokes to beat a determined Ben Rhydding team, in the Cup final at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Monday.
Surbiton were cruising at half time, leading 4-1, but Ben Rhydding fought back in the second half to draw 4-4 before Surbiton won 2-1 on shuffles.
Surbiton took the lead in the second minute, Dan Boden converting a penalty corner, before Owen Williamson doubled the lead three minutes later, also with a penalty corner conversion.
Matt Ramshaw pulled a goal back for Ben Rhydding nine minutes before half time, again from a penalty corner, but two goals in three minutes put Surbiton in the ascendancy.
Tom Dodwell scored on the half hour, with Noah Darlington scoring two minutes before the interval, both goals coming from open play.
Trailing 4-1 at the start of the second half, Ben Rhydding started their comeback in the 46th minute, Ramshaw converting a second penalty … read more

Surbiton U18 Boys in National Cup Final on Monday

On Monday 2nd May, Surbiton’s U18 Boys squad are playing in the final of England Hockey’s National Cup competition at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Making the final for the first time the competition’s history, Surbiton’s boys face Ben Rhydding from Yorkshire.  Having defeated pre-competition favourites Beeston in the Quarter-Final, Ben Rhydding will offer stiff competition to the Surbiton squad as they aim to join the SHC U16 Boys and Girls as national champions.
Surbiton’s journey to the final has encompassed victories against Trojans (5-3), Oxford Wildcats (2-1), Canterbury (on penalties after a 2-2- draw), Team Bath Buccaneers (4-0) and Wycombe (2-1).  With the majority of the squad having come through the Surbiton Colts section from U12’s and younger, the final provides a fitting finale for many of the boys as they move out of the colts section.
The final starts at 2pm with updates available via The England Hockey Twitter feed.
 

U16 Girls Clinch National Title Hat-Trick and Surbiton Double

Surbiton’s Under-16 Girls beat Southgate 7-1 to clinch a hat-trick of national titles in the last three years and complete a Surbiton double triumph, joining the Under-16 Boys as national champions at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Sunday afternoon.
The girls conceded a rare goal in the final, but in scoring seven goals, with Izzy Petter hitting Southgate for six,they  joined the boys in having won every game in the competition.

Surbiton’s Izzy Petter scores her fourth of six goals in the final in the 7-1 win over Southgate. Photo: Tim Reder Photography.
Beeston beat Reading 6-4 in a high scoring third place playoff to finish with bronze.
Surbiton had beaten Cannock 5-0 and Leicester 8-0 on Saturday, and secured top spot  in Pool C with a 4-1 win over Reading on Sunday.
Southgate had reached the final by topping Pool D, with wins over Isca (2-1) and Beeston (3-2) on Saturday and a 2-2 … read more

U16 Boys Are National Champions

Surbiton’s Under-16 Boys have won the national finals at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, beating Marlow 4-0 in the final on Sunday afternoon.
Surbiton had lost in the 2015 final 2-1 to Beeston, but with the reigning champions not making this year’s Elite Eight, Surbiton kept up their one hundred per cent record throughout the competition to become national champions for the first time.

Surbiton’s Morgan Males opens the scoring against Marlow from the penalty spot in the final. Photo: Tim Reder Photography.
Leicester beat Guildford in the third place play-off.
Surbiton had beaten Leicester 3-1 on Saturday morning and then beat Havant 7-2 in the afternoon. A 5-2 win over Neston South Wirral ensured that Surbiton would top Pool A and qualify for the final.
Marlow had drawn 1-1 with Guildford in their first pool game, before wins against Leek (1-0) and Canterbury (4-0) earned their place on top of Pool B and a … read more

Both U16 Teams Unbeaten After First Two National Games

Both Surbiton’s Under-16 teams kept up their one hundred per cent records after day one of their national finals at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Saturday.
Surbiton’s girls’ defence remained as tight as ever, with a 5-0 win over Cannock and an 8-0 win at Leicester setting up a pool decider against Reading on Sunday.

Surbiton’s Izzy Petter celebrates scoring against Leicester with Sophie Ragg. Photo: Tim Reder Photography.
Reading beat Leicester 3-1 and Cannock 8-0 in their two matches.
Meanwhile, Surbiton’s boys have a great chance of topping their pool after a 3-1 win over Leicester and a 7-2 win over Havant.

Surbiton’s Morgan Males celebrates after scoring against Havant, with Michael Moran. Photo: Tim Reder Photography.
Surbiton have six points and a superior goal difference, whilst both Neston South Wirral and Leicester have three points each after winning just one of their first two pool games.
Surbiton can clinch a place in the … read more

U16 Girls and Boys Aiming For National Glory This Weekend

Attention turns to junior national competition this weekend as both of Surbiton’s Under 16 Premier teams compete at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in their National Finals.
The boys have an early start at 9.30 am on Saturday when they take on Leicester in their opening Pool A match. At 2.15 pm they face Havant and then take on Neston South Wirral at 10.20 am on Sunday.
Surbiton’s boys have won all seven games so far, beating Amersham & Chalfont, Teddington, Tulse Hill & Dulwich and Wimbledon in Tier 1.
In Tier 2, Oxted, Phoenix (Essex) Blue Hornets and Saffron Walden were all beaten, the boys scoring a total of 47 goals and conceding 6 on their way to Lee Valley.
Pool B includes Canterbury, Guildford, Leek and Marlow.
Reigning champions, Beeston could only finish third in their Tier 2 group behind Neston South Wirral and Alderley Edge.
The girls, who have won the title … read more

Successful Indoor Weekend For SHC Colts

Surbiton’s Colts had a successful weekend at their Super 6s national championships with one national title, one runner-up and a semi-finalist.
Surbiton’s Under-16 Boys won the national title in Wolverhampton, qualifying for the semi-finals by winning all four pool matches.
A 3-1 win over Thirsk was followed by a 5-1 win over Ashmoor and further wins over Cannock (7-1) and Norwich (4-3) saw them top the pool.
Their opponents in the last four were Leicester and in another hard-fought clash, Surbiton came out on top to earn a final match-up with Marlow.
In the final, Surbiton won 4-1 to become national champions.
Surbiton’s Under-16 Girls just missed out in the final to reigning champions, Beeston, going down narrowly 4-3 in Wolverhampton.
They started with a 3-0 win over Taunton Vale, then were too good for the City of York, running out 8-1 winners before Leicester held them to a 2-2 draw in their third pool match.
The … read more

Ellie and Charlotte Are Higgins Group plc Award Winners

Surbiton’s Ellie De Heer and Charlotte Calnan have both received the 2015 Higgins Group plc Players of the Year awards at the Hockey Writers’ Club Annual Awards Presentation Lunch at the Royal Thames Yacht Club in Knightsbridge.
Ellie De Heer received the Higgins Junior award for the Girls 16 and under category whilst Surbiton’s Lottie Ross was a worthy runner-up.
Charlotte Calnan received the Higgins Youth award for the Girls 18 and under category with another Surbiton player, Holly Munro, again proving to be a worthy runner-up.
Surbiton have had previous success when there was only one youth award in the past as current L1 captain, Sarah Haycroft won in 2009 and former Surbiton player, Sophie Bray won in 2007.
Current L1 indoor captain, Beckie Herbert was the first ever girls youth award winner in 2004.
Surbiton’s Harry Gough finished a well merited third place in the Boys Youth Award.
More information on the awards and the … read more

Calnan, Munro and Stenner Bring Home U18 Bronze

Surbiton’s Charlotte Calnan, Holly Munro and Eloise Stenner will being home bronze medals after England’s Under-18 Girls won the third place playoff at the EuroHockey Junior Championships in Santander, Spain.
Calnan scored the second goal as England beat Belgium 2-0 on Saturday, with a spectacular drag flick at a penalty corner.
In the squad’s final match together, England dominated possession.
Head Coach, Sarah Kelleher said after the match: “I’m very happy that we’ve managed to win the bronze medal, but they deserve it after a great performance.”
England’s hopes of European glory had been ended on Friday, when the Netherlands coasted to a 6-0 win in the semi-final, but England bounced back to win bronze medals as a well deserved consolation.
Colin Pike
 
 
 

England U23 Men Finish Third In Breda

England’s Under-23 men, including Surbiton’s Will Calnan, finished third in the Six Nations Tournament in Breda, the Netherlands.
A 3-0 win over India on Saturday, following a 1-1 draw against the same opposition on Friday, saw England start and finish with a victory, having beaten Belgium 4-0 in their first match of the tournament.
Head Coach, Jon Bleby reflected: “The tournament has been a great learning experience and we go home looking forward to working hard to improving further.”
Colin Pike

England U18 Boys Avoid Relegation

England’s Under-18 Boys, including Surbiton’s Eddie Way, avoided relegation to the EuroHockey Junior Championships II in Santander, Spain.
Going into Pool C by carrying forward their 8-1 win over Russia, England lost 2-1 to Ireland on Friday.
However, a thrilling 4-4 draw with Scotland on Saturday was enough to condemn Scotland to relegation and keep England in the top flight on goal difference from their near rivals.
Colin Pike

Mixed Fortunes For Surbiton’s Juniors In Europe

Surbiton’s junior players had mixed fortunes as they continue to get useful experience in European international competition.
In Santander, Spain, England’s Under-18 Girls earned a semi-final match up with the Netherlands after beating Russia 3-0 in their final pool game on Wednesday.
Surbiton’s Charlotte Calnan, Holly Munro and Eloise Stenner should all look forward to the last four tie which takes place on Friday.
Unfortunately, in the corresponding boys competition, England will be battling against relegation to Championships II after losing to Belgium in their last pool game.
The Under-18 Boys, including Surbiton’s Eddie Way, will carry forward their 8-1 win over Russia, meeting Ireland and Scotland in Pool C and aiming to avoid finishing in the bottom two.
In Breda, Netherlands, England’s Under-23 Men, including Surbiton’s Will Calnan, showed their fighting qualities by coming from behind to lead New Zealand 3-2.
However, New Zealand equalised with 15 minutes to play to earn a 3-3 draw … read more

Recent Honors

Surbiton HC boasts a highly successful Colts’ section with many of our teams competing for top local, regional and national level honours. A list of our recent achievements are provided below. Colts photo - gu18 - national champions - apr 11 2010-11 Season •   National Girls U18 Cup Winners (2010-11) •   Home Counties Girls U18 Premier League     Winners (2010-11) •   Southern Counties Girls U14 Cup Winners (2010-11) •   Home Counties Girls U14 Premier League     Winners (2010-11) •   National Girls U12 Cup Winners (2010-11) •   Southern Mini Championships Girls U12  Winners (2010-11) •   Surrey Mini Championships Girls U10 Winners (2010-11) —————————————————– •   Home Counties Girls U18 Premier League Winners (2009-10) •   Home Counties Girls U18 League Winners (2009-10) •   Home Counties Girls U16 Premier League Winners (2009-10) •   National Girls U15 Cup Finals Finalists (2008-09) •   South Yazoo Mini Champs Girls U12 Winners (2009-10) •   Surrey Mini Championships Girls U12 Winners (2009-10) •   South Yazoo Mini Champs Girls U10 Winners (2009-10)


Hockey Camp – Summer Dates announced

Surbiton HC runs a regular, very popular  hockey camps in association with Living Hockey.  Please email surbiton@livinghockey.org for booking details or look on the Living Hockey website www.livinghockey.org for more information.  You can fill in an online booking form by clicking here

This summer’s Living Hockey Camps are listed below.

Date
Activity
Venue
23-26 Jul, 2012
2012 Wellington Sports Academy
Wellington College
30 Jul-02 Aug, 2012
2012 Wellington Sports Academy
Wellington College
06-09 Aug, 2012
2012 Wellington Sports Academy
Wellington College
21-23 Aug, 2012
MCS Sports Camps
Magdalen College School (Oxford)
28-29 Aug, 2012
Senior Camp
Surbiton HC
28-29 Aug, 2012
2 Day Camp
Dragons HC / Harleston Magpies HC (Norwich)
29-Aug-12
International Masterclass Camp
Norwich (details tbc)
30-31 Aug, 2012
Junior Camp
Surbiton HC
31-Aug-12
International Masterclass Camp
Surbiton HC
31-Aug-12
Goalkeeping Masterclass Camp
Surbiton HC
29-30 Oct, 2012
Senior Camp
Surbiton HC
29-30 Oct, 2012
2 Day Camp
Norwich (details tbc)
01-Nov-12
1 Day Camp (8-16 yrs)
Fareham HC
01-02 Nov, 2012
Junior Camp
Surbiton HC
02-Nov-12
International Masterclass Camp
Surbiton HC
02-Nov-12
Goalkeeping Masterclass Camp
Surbiton HC
October Half Term, 2012
Hockey Camp
Oxford (details tbc)
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Hope you all enjoy the Camps!



New Members

We welcome any potential new Colts members throughout the season, from our Junior Academy (beginners to U10), up to our U18 teams.

Colts Training

We hold training sessions for our Colts players during the week and on Sundays.

Click here to access the Training Timetables for the 2011-12 season.