News Items  The News
Juniors Start on September 2nd ... read
Family Nights hockey ... read
Jonathan's challenge - Land's End to John O'Groats - by bike ... read
Juniors, End of Season ... read
SATURDAY, 28th April ... read
End of Season Tournament ... read
Charity News - Can you support Becca Dornan? ... read
Under 10s' County Excellence ... read
2nd Team Kit Sponsors ... read
Mixed 7's win again! ... read
Last is First ... read
Death of Roland Price ... read
Pudding was the Winner! ... read
Helen Wins Notts Sportsperson of the Year Award ... read
Super Vets Stagger into Quarterfinals ... read
Martin Gotheridge Order of Merit ... read
Ladies junior squad under development - initial (milk) phase. ... read
A Golden Hockey Day to remember ... read
Olympic Gold ... read
Ladies Hockey Fest Success ... read
Local Hero and Golden Girl meets the President ... read
Second trophy of the season! ... read
Members Award ... read
WBHC first male International Player ... read
New Kitten AND Baby Christmas ... read
U18 Boys remain exiled.  ... read
Not Getting Club Email? ... read
physio available to all ... read
Ladies rearrange the vase! ... read
U18s Done Roaming ... read
Boys U18ís canít lose the winning habit ... read
Nobody Does it Better ... read
National Champions ... read
U18 Boys take Silver Plate at Oxford. ... read
Junior Finals ... read
U18 Exiles win again. ... read
Sunday, March 18th ... read
U12s do well at Midland Region HA championship ... read
U12s in County Tournament ... read
Bob wins Rushcliffe Sports Award ... read
U18 Exiles win again.
The U18 Boys Team have qualified for the Plate Finals day at Oxford Hawks on Saturday 31/3. This will conclude a succession of away fixtures this season having visited Derwent, Uppingham, Buxton, Northampton and, most recently, Neston.
Having gone out of the competition last season at the same stage the Boys were keen not to repeat the experience but little was known about the opposition or the umpires; however they arrived to find a fine day, good hosts and great umpires, one of whom had umpired the 2nds game at Didsbury (and reminded us of his enjoyable visit to WB a few years ago).
The game began well with WB playing well and after a series of short corners where the Neston keeper was seemingly unbeatable, Fred Notman (eventually) put them up 1-0. With no second goal coming soon they started to sit on the lead and play deep, inevitably Neston seized the initiative and grabbed an equalizer so 1-1 at half time. The break allowed them to reflect and regroup, within a minute of the re-start Alex Marshall scored and five minutes later Richard Lloyd-Mills added another. Neston had a couple of yellows as they were relentlessly outplayed, super subs Chris Fischer and Joe Bailey scored, Henry Ellis too and with the final touch of the match Dom Halter finally got one; so 7-1. Dave Bennett was deservedly nominated by Neston as the WB Man of the Match but it was a great team performance again.