There is no doubt that the start of the season has been a very good one for Beeston Hockey Club.
THE two remaining sides with 100 per cent records, Wimbledon and Beeston are preparing to face each other in the Men’s Hockey League Premier Division on Sunday.
You may have noticed the coaches and managers around the club wearing new Adidas green sweatshirts. But why green?
The club has just been made aware that Peter Latter, Beeston HC vice-president, sadly passed away at home on Thursday 22nd September aged 86 years.
‘Woody’ has been part of the Beeston Story for a quarter of a century. He joined the Bees in 1991, age 15, after receiving phone call from a strange man who had a rather odd question.
The Olympic effect perhaps? The GOLD rush. The start of the season has seen an increase of spectators flooding through the gates to watch the Gold and Black Bees at Nottingham Hockey Centre.
The average age of the Beeston men’s and ladies squads is just 21 years old. Adding to the ladies victory in Manchester on Saturday, the men also registered 3 points on Sunday.
Beeston Ladies 1st XI maintained their excellent start to the season with a hard fought win over Brooklands Poynton in Manchester on Saturday.
Congratulations to the following Beeston juniors who have been selected to take part in HiPAC and Futures Cup 2016. HiPAC 2016 U15 Boys William Airey – Nottingham U15 Girls Amelia Bahl (GK) – Nottingham Jenna White – Nottingham Rebecca Malyon – Bury U17 Boys Oliver Pavis – Nottingham U17 Girls Nina Apoola – Nottingham Georgina […]
Beeston HC are delighted to announce the signing of Argentinian, Rosario Villagra.