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Posted by Jo Davey on 4 December 2018

 Weekend Round-Up


Men's 2 v Indian Gymkhana 2          10 - 2

Men's 3 v Kings Alleyns 2nd XI         5 - 4

Academy v Basildon 1                        6 - 0

Loppers v Wapping X                         8 - 2

Willows 1s v Southend 3                   4 - 3

Willows 2s v Chelmsford 7                0 - 3



Academy v Basildon

The A2’s were keen to complete the 1st half of the season with a 100% record, with the visitors languishing in the league. The match started at a slow tempo, the A2s winning a number of shorts before eventually Richard Falconer put one home against an excellent opposition keeper.

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Ladies results

This weekend saw points for 3 of the 4 ladies teams, 

L4 kicked the day off with a 1-0 win.

L1 loss was not reflective of their performance and the team really missed captain Chelsey when she had to leave the pitch due to injury - 

L5 fought hard with a bare 11 and no GK to earn a point with a 1-1 draw -

But the result of the day was L3 7-1 win - having gone 1-0 down and 1-1 at half time, a second half performance of great team play, passing, movement, intensity and desire - and 6 goals - takes them 2nd in the league at the mid point of the season -

Home Fixtures this weekend


Pitch 1                                                                                  

14:30 Ladies 3 v County Wanderers                              

16:00 Academy v Brentwood 4                                        


Pitch 2  

16:00 Willows 2 v Braintree 5          


Pitch 1                                                                                                                                  

11:00 U16 Boys v Blueharts             


Last training before Christmas

Ladies XIs stops 5th December – restart 2nd January

Tuesday Academy stops 11th December - restart 8th January

U14 Girls stops 12th December – restart 9th January

U16 Girls stops 13th December – restart 10th January

U12/14/16 Boys stops 13th December – restart

Lower XIs stops 13 December - restart 10th January

Last Minis training 15th December


Top goal scorers to date

Congratulations to Grace O’Malley Kumar who is the top goal scorer in the ladies section as at the end of November hotly pursued by Sarah-Jayne Donaghey and Karen Leach and to Archie Crowley who leads the way for the men closely followed by Nathan Gladman with Charlie Britt and Toby Gayler also in double figures.  The full lists of all those recorded with three or more goals follow.


Archie Crowley  26

Nathan Gladman 17, Charlie Britt and Toby Gayler 10, Ethan Parr and Rob Simmons 9, Phil Beauman 8, Mark Donnelly and Max Garner 7, Robert Falconer  6, Daniel Karr, Jack Moffat, Joss Gidney, Oscar King, Richard Falconer, Thomas Ebden 5,

Atunrolaolu Jotham ("AJ") Ashaye, Maciej Janiszewski, Mitchell Jones, Sebastian Coupe, Will Baldwin 4,  Arvind Aujla, David Gwynne, Fergus Wootton, Harry Prideaux, Luis Black, Michael Turpin, Michal Nowakowski and Walter Forsey 3


Grace O'Malley Kumar 12

Sarah-Jayne Donaghey 10, Karen Leach 9, Amy Fox, Georgia Dawes, Harriet Chere 4, Ella Buenaventura, Faye Holmes and Laura Blatter 3



We are pleased to see one of our ladies Colts stepping into the vacant goal and training to become a goalkeeper. Unfortunately the kit we have is a ladies one and slightly on the large side. If anyone has smaller / girls size GK kit they would be happy to be used by the club, please get in touch with Jay Fox,


Christmas Sale

The Hockey Shop has a 1 week sale where all the Hockey Sticks and Shoes are 20% off the listed prices, it ends on Sunday 9th December, so a great time to grab your hockey Christmas presents. 


Sports Scholarships

Forest School offer Sport Scholarships to candidates at 13+.  For further information, please see 13+ Entry Sport Scholarships


Masters Hockey  Over 35+

In order to improve communication to, from and within the Masters’ fraternity in the region we are asking each Club to elect a Masters’ Representative to act as the liaison between your Club and the East Masters Committee. Please view the East Masters website pages on the East Hockey website for details of who your County Rep(s) is(are).  If you are interested in taking on this role for OLHC please let the office know.


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