After 5 years at the club, Colin Clarke has stepped down from his role as ladies’ first team head coach to spend more time with his family and concentrate on his coaching roles at Nottingham Trent University and his coaching company, Sportolo Life.
Nottingham Hockey Centre || April 2021 Newsletter
After postponements and cancellations due to Covid 19, WMH is delighted to announce that the 2022 World Cups for Masters Hockey will be played in four different continents, starting with the WMH Indoor Hockey World Cup in the USA in early 2022. These will be the inaugural events for WMH Read more…
As a result of the latest coronavirus lockdown – Beeston’s men’s and ladies’ first team players have banded together to start our junior hockey sessions on Zoom! The sessions will be between 10am and 10:30am every Sunday for the next 6 weeks. Beeston members will have received an email to Read more…
December sees the completion of £2 million worth of investment by Nottingham High School, creating a purpose-built sports facility for hockey at Nottingham Hockey Centre.
Practical completion of the new pitches took place on the 26th November, just six days after the scheduled completion date.
The Nottingham Trent University Hockey programme, which is run in partnership with Beeston Hockey Club has announced the Scholarship opportunities for the 2021/22 season for prospective students