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U16 Girls Break Wakefield’s Stranglehold On National Title

Surbiton’s Under-16 Girls beat hosts, Wakefield, 2-0 in the final of the U16 National Championships to end Wakefield’s run of six successive titles. Since Belper won the title in 2006-07, Wakefield had dominated in the age group, but Surbiton prevailed in West Yorkshire on Sunday.
Surbiton had clinched their place in the final with a 2-0 win over Beeston, and proved to be worthy winners in both of their matches on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Surbiton’s Under-16 Boys finished a creditable fourth after just missing out on a place in the final, as they went down 2-0 to Beeston in their last pool game on Sunday morning, having won both matches on Saturday. Beeston went on to win the title with a 5-3 win over Canterbury, whilst Surbiton found Cambridge City just too good for them in the third/fourth place play-off as Cambridge won 7-3.
Colin Pike

Both U16 Teams In Control At Wakefield

Both of Surbiton’s Under-16 teams won both their matches on day one of their respective national finals at Wakefield on Saturday.
The boys opened with a 2-1 win over Woking, then pulled out a narrow 1-0 win over Deeside Ramblers to book their place in the last four, along with Beeston, who they will meet in a Pool A decider on Sunday morning. Beeston beat Woking 3-1, after defeating Deeside Ramblers in their first match. Beeston lead the pool on goal difference going into day two.
In Pool B, Canterbury won both their matches, and should clinch top spot with a win over Neston South Wirral, who have struggled in their first two matches on Sunday. Cambridge City and Havant will battle for the runners-up spot, and third/fourth place.
Meanwhile, Surbiton’s girls need to beat Beeston on Sunday to reach their final. A 3-2 win over Bowdon, followed by a 4-0 victory over … read more

Good Luck To Surbiton’s U16 Teams This Weekend

Both the Surbiton U16 Boys and Girls are on the national stage this weekend, as they compete at the U16 Championships finals at Wakefield.
The boys face Woking at 9.30 am on Saturday; Deeside Ramblers at 2.15 pm on Saturday; and then take on Beeston at 10.20 am on Sunday. If the boys win their pool, they will face the other pool winners for the title, or if they finish second, they will play the other pool runners-up for third/fourth place.
The girls start against Bowdon at 1.10 pm on Saturday; then play Wycombe in the last game of the day on Saturday at 5.55 pm. Like the boys, they play their final pool game against Beeston, at 11.50 am on Sunday, and then if they finish in the top two of their pool, they will play classification matches.
All matches are played for 25 minutes each way.
Colin Pike

James Gall Back From Belfast

From @SURBITONHC twitter feed: “James Gall ‏@jamesgall22 – 14 Feb 2014:  Back from the coldest tour ever in Belfast. At least it’s 3 more caps… counting the penalty shoutout (sic) against Germany as a cap right?”
To elucidate: James had been away in the 18-strong England U21 squad playing in the 4-Nations Hockey Tournament at Newtownabbey, County Antrim, this week. They were due to play Germany U21 at 7pm on Tuesday (February 11), but due to bad weather and snow, the game had to be rescheduled for Friday 14 February at 8am (!). On Wednesday at 7pm they drew 1-1 with Ireland U21 and at 5pm on Thursday beat Scotland U21 8-0.
Finally on Friday in yet more trying weather conditions the rescheduled game with Germany U21 was met with ice on the pitch and a decision to cancel the game, resulting in a penalty shootout (flicks) to decide the final outcome of … read more

England U-21 Men Finish Fourteenth At World Cup

England’s Under-21 Men were pipped to thirteenth place in the Hero Hockey Junior World Cup by Spain, who scored the winning goal with two minutes remaining  to secure a 3-2 victory on Saturday in New Delhi.
Spain led 2-0 after just 19 minutes, but goals in the 27th and 45th minutes restored parity, before Spain snatched the win near the end.
The Gall brothers, James and Jonny, were both in the England starting line-up.
The competition concludes on Sunday, with France set to meet Germany for gold, and Malaysia taking on the Netherlands for the bronze medals.
Colin Pike

James Gall Helps England Under-21 Men To First World Cup Win

England came from a goal down at half time to beat Egypt 6-1 and earn their first win at the Hero Hockey Junior World Cup in New Delhi on Thursday.
Egypt took the lead in the tenth minute, but a good passing move six minutes after half time enabled Surbiton’s James Gall to level at the far post. The breakthrough was what England needed as they added five further goals to romp to an easy victory, and earn a meeting with either Spain or Canada for thirteenth place on Saturday morning.
England Head Coach, Jon Bleby said after the game: “It was an excellent second half. It panned out as we thought it would if we just kept pressing, but we’re keeping our feet firmly on the ground because we’ve got another important game on Saturday.”
Jonny Gall joined his brother in the England starting line-up.
Colin Pike

England Out Of Junior World Cup

England’s Under-21 Men are out of the Hero Hockey Junior World Cup in New Delhi, after they lost 4-2 to Malaysia in their final pool game on Monday.
Malaysia had already qualified for the knockout stages after winning their first two pool games, and showed why, leading 2-0 after a penalty corner conversion from Mohd Bin Hashim in the 15th minute, and an open play goal from Firhan Ashari in the 26th.
Luke Taylor gave England hope before half time with a penalty corner conversion in the 31st minute, but further goals in the second half from Muhammad Bin Baharom and Fitri Saari gave Malaysia a 4-1 lead with thirteen minutes to play. Phil Roper pulled a second goal back five minutes from time, and although England took off goalkeeper, Harry Gibson to increase their attacking options, Malaysia completed the grand slam to top Pool D.
The Gall brothers, James and Jonny were … read more

England U21 Men Facing World Cup Elimination After Draw With New Zealand

England’s hopes of reaching the Hero Hockey Junior World Cup quarter finals in New Delhi, are hanging by a thread after they drew 2-2 with New Zealand, having led 2-0 at half time.
Surbiton’s James Gall gave England a fourteenth minute lead from open play, and a penalty corner conversion from Luke Taylor put England in control.
Kane Russell pulled a goal back for New Zealand four minutes after the interval, with Matt Rees-Gibbs salvaging a point with two minutes remaining. Jonny Gall was also in England’s starting line-up.
After the match, Head Coach, Jon Bleby said “ It was an excellent performance and everyone gave it their all. We’ve  just got to hope that we beat Malaysia and that the other result goes our way now so that we can qualify for the quarter finals.”
In the other Pool D match, Malaysia beat South Africa 2-1 to book their quarter-final berth.  England will need to … read more

England U21 Men Lose First Pool Match 2-1 To South Africa

England’s Under-21 Men lost 2-1 to South Africa in their first pool game at the Hero Hockey Junior World Cup in Delhi on Friday.
Both James and Jonny Gall were in the starting line-up, England taking the lead in the 14th minute through David Goodfield. South Africa equalised a minute before half time through Andrew Manson, and won the game with a 59th minute penalty corner conversion by Dylan Swanpoel.
In the other Pool D match, Malaysia beat New Zealand 3-2.
In Pool A, Germany beat Belgium 3-1, and Pakistan beat Egypt 3-2. Pool B saw Argentina lose 5-2 to Australia, and France beat Spain 3-4. In Pool C, Korea won a goalfest 7-4 against Canada, and hosts, India concluded the opening day schedule, losing narrowly, 3-2 to the Netherlands.
The second round of Pool A and Pool C matches take place on Saturday; England meet New Zealand in Pool D on Sunday, when … read more

The Gall Brothers Are Both Selected for England in Junior World Cup

Surbiton’s James and Jonny Gall have both been selected to play for England in the Hero Hockey Junior World Cup in India, starting on 6 December, and finishing on 15 December.
England Head Coach, Jon Bleby included both brothers in the squad, James joining elder brother Jonny in the U21 squad, having impressed at U18 level.
Reviewing the squad’s preparation for the World Cup, Bleby said “Preparation for the World Cup has gone well. Back in August we came out on top in a three match series against Malaysia up at Wakefield in the NOW: Pensions Nations Plate. Following that, we had several training games against Germany and France as well as the Sultan of Johor Cup in September, which took place in Malaysia and was great preparation for the athletes to play in the type of climate we will experience in India”
England begin their Pool D campaign against South Africa on 6 December, then after … read more

Surbiton HC Are Elmbridge Sports Club Of The Year

Friday November 1 was a notable evening in the history of Surbiton Hockey Club when it picked up five trophies at the Elmbridge Sports Personality of the Year Awards hosted by Danes Hill School. Most prestigious of all was that for the Elmbridge Borough Council Mick Burgess Sports Club of Year.
But individual squads also had their share of the spotlight in the Sports Teams Awards with the Men’s 1st XI being runners-up in the Senior category; the U12 Girls winning the Junior category; and the U14 Boys finishing second and the U14s Girls third in the Youth category.
(Seán Cotter)

Pumas and Tigers Are U16 Futures Cup Champions

On the penultimate day of the Futures Cup tournament, Pennine Pumas were crowned Under-16 Girls champions, and Saxon Tigers won the Under-16 Boys title, as both competitions were run on a round-robin basis.
Pennine Pumas’ girls beat Wessex Leopards 3-1 to finish with seven points. Mercia Lynx were the runners-up, two points behind after their 3-3 draw with Saxon Tigers. In the boys’ competition, Saxon Tigers completed the grand slam with a 4-0 win over Mercia Lynx in what was effectively the decider as both teams had gone into the match with maximum points. Wessex Leopards and Pennine Pumas couldn’t be separated either in their last round-robin match (the game ended 2-2), or in the table as both teams had identical records. Pennine Pumas finished third after winning a penalty shootout 2-0.
The final day of the tournament is devoted to Under-18 Finals and third place play-offs. In the girls’ competition, Mercia … read more

Holly and Matt On Scoresheet On Day 2 Of Futures Cup

After day 2 of the Futures Cup at Cannock, the Under-16 competitions are nearly complete, whilst the Under-18 tournaments are halfway through.
In the Under-16 Girls tournament, Surbiton’s Holly Munro scored twice for Saxon Tigers, but it wasn’t quite enough to stop Pennine Pumas, who won 4-3.  Pumas led 3-0 when Munro struck twice from penalty corners, in the 47th and 55th minutes, and although Tigers equalised with twelve minutes remaining, their hearts were broken by a last minute Pumas winner. Tigers face Mercia Lynx in their last match, and are currently third on goal difference, ahead of Wessex Leopards. Leopards lost to the Lynx 3-0.
Tigers’ Under-16 Boys gained revenge with an 8-1 thrashing of the Pumas; and will face Lynx in a title decider on  Saturday. Lynx beat the Leopards 6-0 on Friday.
In the Boys Under-18 tournament, Surbiton’s Matt Ming scored for the second successive match for Wessex Leopards against … read more

Surbiton’s Young Stars On Target At The Futures Cup

On the first day of the Futures Cup at Cannock, the Girls Under-16 competition is evenly poised after both matches ended in draws. Saxon Tigers drew 2-2 with Wessex Leopards, and Pennine Pumas drew 1-1 with Mercia Lynx. In the Boys’ competition, Mercia Lynx beat Pennine Pumas 3-1, and Saxon Tigers beat Wessex Leopards.
In the Under-18 competitions, Surbiton’s young stars were on target. Kuda Kamwaza converted a penalty corner in Saxon Tigers Girls’ 3-2 win over Wessex Leopards; whilst Mercia Lynx beat Pennine Pumas 3-0.
In the Boys competition, Mathew Ming’s 61st penalty corner conversion proved to be the winner in a 4-3 win for Wessex Leopards over Saxon Tigers, for whom Will Calnan levelled at 3-3, also from a penalty corner. Mercia Lynx beat Pennine Pumas 4-1 in the other match.
On Friday, Pennine Pumas face Saxon Tigers, and Mercia Lynx take on Wessex Leopards across all four competitions.
Colin Pike

SHC Youngsters Ready To Battle At Futures Cup

This week’s Futures Cup tournament at Cannock Hockey Club (Thu 31 October-Sun 3 November) sees nine Surbiton players taking part.
In the U16 age group, goalkeeper, Joss Mitchison has been selected for the Saxon Tigers Boys squad; whilst Saffron Martineau has been selected to the Wessex Leopards Girls squad, and Charlotte Calnan and Holly Munro have both been selected to represent Saxon Tigers, Munro having the honour of captaining the Tigers squad.
In the U18 Age group, Matt Ming will play for Wessex Leopards; and Adam White and William Calnan are both playing for Saxon Tigers. In the girls’ squads, Naomi Kelly will feature for Wessex Leopards, and Kuda Kamwaza will play for Saxon Tigers.
Pennine Pumas and Mercia Lynx are the other teams in each four team round-robin competition. The U16 competitions are decided solely by the finishing position after the three round-robin matches held between 31 October and 2 November; and … read more

James And Jonny Gall Are In Sultan of Jahor Cup Action

The Gall brothers, James and Jonny are both in Malaysia, playing for England Under-21s in the Sultan of Jahor Cup, a warm-up tournament for the World Cup.
Six teams are competing for the cup: Argentina, England, India, Malaysia, Pakistan and South Korea.
England have strugged in the conditions, losing the first four matches.. On Sunday, India won 2-1; and on Monday, although James Gall gave England a fifth minute lead, Pakistan recovered to win 6-2. Hosts, Malaysia won 3-1 on Wednesday, before Argentina won their first match of the tournament on Thursday, running out 3-0 winners after soaking up lots of pressure.
England’s next match is on Saturday, when they face South Korea, who have one point from their first four games.
In spite of the disappointing results, Coach Jon Bleby has been impressed with the players’ effort and commitment, and the tournament is very much regarded as preparation for the World Cup.
India and … read more

U18 Girls Win 7-1 At Wimbledon in EHB Cup

Surbiton’s Under-18 Girls are through to the second round of the EHB Cup after a 7-1 win at Wimbledon on Sunday.  Under overcast skies, Surbiton led 4-0 at half time, and in spite of conceding a goal in the second half, ran out comfortable winners.
Surbiton’s penalty corner routine paid dividends as Zoe Clarke gave the visitors a sixth minute lead from their first corner, after Naomi Kelly’s initial shot was saved.  Eleven minutes later, Kelly’s drag-flick doubled Surbiton’s lead, from their second award. Clarke then completed her hat-trick with open play goals in the 20th and 27th minutes to leave Wimbledon trailing 4-0 at the interval.
Wimbledon fell further behind within two minutes of the restart, Kuda Kamwaza finishing off an excellent passing move.  Wimbledon had battled and were rewarded in the 41st minute as they managed to pull a goal back from open play.  Kelly converted her second penalty corner … read more

Ellie Tait Helps England U18 Girls Win Euro Bronze In Dublin

Surbiton’s Ellie Tait was England’s heroine as the Under-18 Girls beat France 3-1 on penalty shuffles to win the bronze medals at the Electric Ireland EuroHockey Youth Championships in Dublin.
After a goalless first half, Ines Brabant gave France the lead within four minutes of the restart, Pascale Massey levelling for England nine minutes later.
With no further scoring in normal time, the medals were decided by penalty shuffles, Rebekah Walker giving England the lead, and after France equalised, Kitty McWhirter restored England’s lead from the penalty spot, after being fouled in the course of attempting her shuffle.
The scene was set for Tait, who started the game on the subs bench, to clinch the bronze medals for England by giving them an unassailable 3-1 lead.
England Head Coach, Andy Bradshaw said afterwards “This has been a great end to nine months of hard work and some massive ups and downs. They made the game … read more

U21 Women Suffer Penalty Shuttle Heartbreak Against India

England’s Under-21 Women lost 3-2 on penalty shuffles against India to finish fourth at the ERGO Hockey Junior World Cup in Moenchengladbach.
In normal time, Anna Toman of the University of Birmingham had levelled with fifteen minutes remaining after Rani gave India a first half lead, to ensure that the bronze medal match finished 1-1.  Toman’s club-mate, Emily DeFroand scored both penalty shuttles for England, but it was Toman’s miss which finally ensured that India ended up with the bronze medals. It was the second successive time that England had missed out on a medal, after losing 2-1 to Korea in the 2009 World Cup in Boston.
England Head Coach, Craig Keegan said “It’s always the toughest way to end a tournament, to lose on penalties but it was probably our best half of hockey in the second half today, to really push India and score the goal and then press for the winner.”
“Saying … read more

Dutch Are Too Good For England U18 Girls

The Netherlands came from a goal down to beat England 6-1 at the Electric Ireland EuroHockey Youth Championships in Dublin on Saturday afternoon. Sevenoaks’ Lily Elliott became the first opposing player to breach the Dutch defence in the 14th minute, but the lead lasted just two minutes before Ginella Zerbo equalised for the Netherlands. Tess Van Ramshorst put the Dutch ahead in the 21st minute, and Zerbo’s second goal of the match seven minutes before the break put the Netherlands in control.  Zerbo completed her hat-trick with five minutes remaining to score the Dutch side’s sixth goal after Fabienne Roosen and Frederique Matla had ensured that there would be no way back for England.
Surbiton’s Ellie Tait entered the action in the sixth minute from the subs bench.
The Netherlands will face Germany in Sunday’s final, whilst England will battle for the bronze medals when they take on France. Germany overwhelmed France … read more

England U21 Women’s Junior World Cup Hopes Ended By Argentina

England will face India on Sunday for the bronze medals, after Argentina proved too strong, running out 3-0 winners in the first semi-final of the ERGO Hockey Junior World Cup in Moenchengladbach on Friday. The Netherlands also won the second semi-final against India 3-0.
Argentina led 1-0 at half time through a Jemena Cedres penalty corner conversion, and Cedres repeated the trick five minutes into the second half to double the Argentinian lead. Julia Fantasia Gomes sealed Argentina’s place in the final with just six minutes remaining.
Colin Pike

England U18 and U21 Both Reach Semi-finals

On a successful day, both England’s Under-18 Girls, and Under-21 Women have reached their relative tournament semi-finals.
First, in Moenchengladbach, England’s Under-21 Women put in a superb defensive performance to beat Australia 1-0 after absorbing enormous amounts of pressure.  In temperatures of 42 degrees, which forced the match to be split into four periods of 17.5 minutes, the Jillaroos were extremely dominant, but couldn’t take any of their chances, whilst England scored through Canterbury’s Grace Balsdon in the 26th minute. England face Argentina on Friday, whilst India face the Netherlands in the other semi-final.
In Dublin, England’s Under-18 Girls needed only a point to qualify, but beat Belgium 3-1 to finish second behind Germany in Pool B. England led 2-0 at half time through goals from Megan Crowson of St. Albans scoring from open play in the 23rd minute, and Gloucester City’s Amelia Andrew converting a penalty corner just before half time. … read more

England U18 Girls Lose To Germany, But Need Point On Thu. Against Belgium

England Under-18 Girls suffered a setback on Wednesday, as Germany ran out 4-2 winners at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Dublin, to virtually clinch first place in Pool B.  Belgium’s 3-0 victory over Russia in the other Pool game leaves England just needing a point against Belgium in their last Pool game on Thursday, to qualify for the semi-finals, due to England’s far superior goal difference.
England battled hard in the first half, but fell behind to Paula Velmans’ penalty corner conversion in the 20th minute.  Eight minutes later, England were back on level terms thanks to Bowdon’s Clio O’Malley converting a penalty corner of her own. Two goals in the first five minutes of the second half put Germany in the driving seat, Lea Albrecht and Elisa Grave on target, Grave then added Germany’s fourth goal in the 54th minute. With eight minutes remaining, Ipswich’s Kitty McWhirter gave England slight … read more

England U21 Women Into ERGO Junior World Cup QF at Germany’s Expense

A goal in the 57th minute from former Surbiton player,Stephanie Addison gave England’s Under-21 Women a 2-1 come from behind win over hosts Germany in Moenchengladbach, and a quarter-final date with Australia on Thursday, after they finished as runners-up to Spain in Pool D. The Jillaroos topped Pool C with a 6-1 win over India, a 6-0 win over Russia, and a 3-3 draw against near neighbours New Zealand.
Spain topped Pool D after a 3-0 win over Belgium ensured that they finished a point ahead of England, and earned a quarter-final tie against India. The other quarter-finals see the Netherlands face South Africa, and Argentina take on the United States.
England seemed to heading out of the competition on Tuesday in the 24th minute, after Marilena Krauss gave Germany the lead with a penalty corner conversion; however by half time the teams were level, England’s equaliser coming courtesy of an own goal. … read more

England U18 Girls Hit Double Figures Against Russia in Dublin

England’s Under-18 Girls got off to the best possible start on Monday, when they beat Russia 10-1 in their opening pool match at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Dublin.  Surbiton’s Ellie Tait, who came on from the subs bench, added to Russia’s misery when they were trailing 7-1, scoring twice in the 65th and 67th minutes to extend England’s lead to 9-1.  Tait displayed good individual skill to score the first, then ran into the circle and took the ball around the goalkeeper to score her second. Kitty McWhirter and Megan Crowson both scored hat-tricks, with Charlotte Burrows and Pascale Massey, England’s other scorers. Maria Yashchenko, the Russian captain, scored their consolation goal.
England head the group on goal difference from Germany who beat Belgium 6-0 in their opening match.  England face Germany in their next match on Wednesday.
Head Coach Andy Bradshaw urged caution in what will be a far more … read more

Late Goal Snatches Bronze Medals Away From England U18 Boys

England’s Under-18 Boys suffered disappointment as a goal two minutes from time gave the Netherlands a 3-2 victory and the bronze medals at the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Vienna on Sunday.  The Dutch gained timely revenge for the 3-1 pool game defeat on Thursday, which had kept England in the tournament.
England had to fight back from a goal down twice, but once the Dutch took the lead through Boris Burkhardt for the third time, there was precious little time to find a third equalising goal.  The Netherlands led 1-0 at the interval, thanks to Robin den Boek’s 14th minute opener, but in the 48th minute, Isca’s Tom Poustie levelled, with a diving effort from a James Gall cross.  Just three minutes later, Jasper Luijkx restored the Dutch lead, but the lead only lasted for a further six minutes, Cambridge City’s James Albery scoring from the penalty spot to leave both … read more

Ruiz On Target Again, But Spain End England U18 Boys’ Euro Hopes

England’s hopes of lifting the EuroHockey Youth Championships in Vienna were ended by a clinical Spanish side which ran out 3-1 winners in the semi-final on Saturday. The Spanish opening goal in the 18th minute came courtesy of an own goal, but an open play brace from Jan Lara Rosell in the 29th and 46th minutes gave Spain a commanding three goal lead.
Surbiton’s Jonny Ruiz converted a penalty corner in the 53rd minute to bring England back into the match, but there was no further scoring, and England will have to face the Netherlands for the bronze medals on Sunday. England should be confident, having beaten the Dutch in the last pool game, courtesy of Ruiz’s hat-trick. Both Ruiz and James Gall were once again in the starting line-up.
Spain will meet Germany, 3-0 winners over the Netherlands in the other semi-final, in Sunday’s final.
It was generally a disappointing day for … read more

Jonny Ruiz Hat-Trick Sends England U18 Boys Into Euro Semi-Finals

Surbiton’s Jonny Ruiz scored a hat-trick to propel England’s Under-18 Boys into the EuroHockey Youth Championships semi-finals in Vienna on Thursday with a 3-1 victory over the Netherlands.
Ruiz gave England a third minute lead, but after Mats Prins levelled for the Dutch ten minutes before half time, the game seemed destined to end in a draw.  However, there was late drama as an open play goal in the 68th minute, and a penalty corner conversion a minute later not only gave Ruiz a hat-trick, but ensured that England topped Pool A and earned a semi-final meeting with Spain on Saturday. Spain had beaten Scotland 5-1 earlier in the day to finish as Pool B runners-up behind Germany.
James Gall joined Ruiz in the England starting line-up.
Austria’s hopes of pipping the Dutch to the semi-finals were ended by Belgium, who put two successive 3-0 defeats behind them to record a 3-1 victory … read more

England’s U18 Boys Have It All To Do After Austria Defeat

England’s Under-18 Boys’ hopes of reaching the EuroHockey Youth Championship semi-finals are in the balance after a surprise 2-1 defeat to hosts Austria on Wednesday. England’s failure to break down the solid Austrian defence may cost them the opportunity to progress, as they will need to beat a strong Netherlands side on Thursday.
For the second successive game, both James Gall and Jonny Ruiz were in the starting line-up, but they couldn’t prevent Austria taking a 23rd minute lead through Leon Thoernblom.  With twenty minutes to play, England fell further behind, Philip Schmidt converting a penalty corner to double the hosts’ lead. The corner had been awarded in controversial circumstances as the original decision was overturned on appeal.
England finally broke through in the last minute, James Simpson of Olton & West Warwicks scoring from open play, but it was too late to mount a comeback, and Austria earned their first points … 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.

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)
International Masterclass Camp
Norwich (details tbc)
30-31 Aug, 2012
Junior Camp
Surbiton HC
International Masterclass Camp
Surbiton HC
Goalkeeping Masterclass Camp
Surbiton HC
29-30 Oct, 2012
Senior Camp
Surbiton HC
29-30 Oct, 2012
2 Day Camp
Norwich (details tbc)
1 Day Camp (8-16 yrs)
Fareham HC
01-02 Nov, 2012
Junior Camp
Surbiton HC
International Masterclass Camp
Surbiton HC
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.