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LATEST NEWS: . . . . . Congratulations to all 26 junior members – a club record – who were put forward to the Junior Development Centre. Of those, 15 progressed through -see below . . . . . Read ‘The Weekender’ every week to follow the latest scores, scorers, defensive records and much more . . . . .

 

 

WELCOME TO FLEET & EWSHOT HOCKEY CLUB

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Affiliated to Hampshire Hockey Association

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We are the club to join in north Hampshire for competitive and social hockey for adults and juniors in the Fleet and Ewshot community and surrounding areas. We currently run four Men’s and three Ladies’ teams, an occasional Mixed and Vets side and have a vibrant and expanding youth section from Minis (U8s) through to U16s. We play in the Hampshire Leagues, offer excellent training by England Hockey qualified coaches and have a lively social scene catering for all. We focus on developing players of all ages and abilities.

So if you are an experienced player, returning after a period away or new to the sport please get in touch. Take a look at the site to find out more and please contact me or any Committee member for further details. We look forward to welcoming you to the Club.

James Edwards

Club Chairman

New Monday Night Hockey

 

Aerial goal

 
M1 opened their account against Romsey in style as David Fox sent an aerial from just inside half-way to just beyond the P-spot.

The defender was unable to reach the ball.  Elliot Smith ran in behind him and volleyed it past the keeper.

 

 

County qualification

Congratulations to the following who passed through JDC to qualify for playing for their county, with two going through to the regional level above that.

Those selected to join Performance Centres this year are:

Josh Dolding (Weybridge)
Toby Jackson (Reading)

Players selected to represent Hampshire are:

Alexander Lambrianou
Amy Cradden
Becky Geoghegan
Ella Godwin
Ellie Williams
Esha Lall
Jodie Bennett
Lauren Slack
Thomas Hutson

 

Christmas giving

Festivities were had on and off the pitch as FEHC raised over £160 for Hockey for Heroes.

Match Reports