Hockey in the Community Schools League

Posted by David Griffiths on 27 March 2014

Redhill Academy

The Hockey in the Community Schools League 2013/14

The 'Hockey in the Community' Schools league concluded for the 2013/14 season last Thursday at Highfields Hockey Centre in Nottingham. This years league saw over 300 pupils participating in hockey in 30 teams from 11 schools from Nottingham.

The competition takes place after school at Highfields on Thursdays afternoons. The league kicked off in October 2013 with both boys and girls years 9 & 10 competitions. After 6 weeks of play the eventually winners were The Redhill Acadmeny for the boys competition and Nottingham Girls' High School for the girls competition.

After the Christmas break it was the turn of years 7 & 8. The league finished in March 2014 and the winners were Grosvenor School for the boys and again, Nottingham Girls' High School for the girls.

The following schools took part this year : - 

The Becket School (2 teams years 7 & 8 and 2 teams years 9 & 10)

Fernwood Comprehensive School (2 teams years 7 & 8 and 2 teams years 9 & 10)

Grosvenor School (1 teams years 7 & 8)

Hollygirt School (1 teams years 7 & 8)

Kimberly School (1 teams years 7 & 8 and 1 teams years 9 & 10)

The Long Eaton School (1 teams years 9 & 10)

Nottingham Girls' High School (1 teams years 7 & 8 and 1 teams years 9 & 10)

The Redhill Academy (3 teams years 7 & 8 and 2 teams years 9 & 10)

The Trinity Catholic School (1 teams years 7 & 8 and 1 teams years 9 & 10)

Toot Hill School (1 teams years 7 & 8 and 1 teams years 9 & 10)

The West Bridgford School (2 teams years 7 & 8 and 4 teams years 9 & 10)

Hockey in the Community

Hockey in the Community

The 'Hockey in the Community' Programme which was launched in 2013 is really starting to take off with school holdiay camps taking place this Easter at Highfields as well as school coaching and teacher training in local primary schools. 

The programme is a joint initiative from Highfields Hockey Centre, Beeston HC & Nottingham Players HC. The aim is to get more people playing hockey which in turn will lead to a healthier community. And who knows, maybe we'll find the next Adam Dixon or Ellie Watton...?

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