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Monday Training Cancelled ... read
Junior Coaching ... read
DECEMBER 2nd is pre Christmas stuffing night ... read
2nd Team Kit Sponsors ... read
Ladies Back to Hockey ... read
Mixed 7's win again! ... read
Last is First ... read
NEW SEASON - NEW PLAYERS WELCOME ... 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
Ladies Back to Hockey ... 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
NEW SEASON - NEW PLAYERS WELCOME ... 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
MENS 1's ACTION PHOTOS ... 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
SHE HAS DONE IT AGAIN ! ... read
Bob wins Rushcliffe Sports Award ... read
Last is First

Whilst it was a tough season on the pitch across the club, almost unnoticed, we did have one pennant winning mens side to celebrate in 2017.

f you ever had cause to casually scroll all the way to the bottom of the selection pages or trawl through the lowest league of the MRHA you'd have noticed the 10th XI quietly going about their business and, after a superb season, finishing runners-up in the Central League Division 2NE.

Led by Clive Notman the 10th XI not only produced a number of excellent and unlikely results but equally magnificent players, with no fewer than 30 players - over half of whom were U16s and U14s - playing for the side. A number of young guns stepped up as the season went on but they were more than suitably replaced with the "next crop", supported by an array of adults of varying shapes, sizes and experience.

The final tally of 16 wins from 22 games and 48 points was a 10th XI record and a testament to the fine contributions and most importantly team spirit displayed across an arduous season, not to mention the tremendous "herding cats" skills shown by Clive who juggled availability, personalities and the drive to develop junior players capable of sustaining higher teams for years to come.