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Steve Bayer is stepping down

By Reading Hockey Club • Apr 16th, 2014 • Category: Home Page, News

Reading Hockey Club regrets to announce that Steve Bayer, the Ladies 1st team head coach has decided to step down after 4 successful years at the club. Steve has been a committed member of the club, guiding Reading Ladies to winning the Investec Women’s Hockey League Finals in 2013, the England Hockey Indoor titles in [...]



Thank you to the Volunteers

By Reading Hockey Club • Apr 16th, 2014 • Category: Home Page, News

I want to pass on to all the Volunteers the huge number of people who came up to me from England Hockey, the teams and the Spectators, wanting to pass on their thanks and congratulations to the club who, yet again, facilitated a great couple of weekends – here are some of the comments : [...]



The Finals Weekend from the Volunteers View

By Reading Hockey Club • Apr 16th, 2014 • Category: Home Page, News

Well the past few weekends have been incredibly busy for the club and its members hosting the Now Pensions Mens playoffs , the England v Ireland international and the Investec Women’s playoffs. This report is not to give you a rundown of the games, results etc. – you can find all that out on the [...]



Reading Ladies 4′s 2 – 3 South Bucks Ladies 2′s

By Reading Hockey Club • Apr 14th, 2014 • Category: L4, Match Reports

Saturday 12th April Well done to all who played. From a 2-0 deficit at half time we fought back to level the game (brilliant goals by man of the match Jess – complete with new stick- and Tracy H) only to see the game snatched away by what must have been the lightest of glances [...]



It was quite a weekend for Reading Colts

By Reading Hockey Club • Apr 2nd, 2014 • Category: Home Page, Match Reports, News

Boys U18 EH Plate winners Reading were very dominant in their first game with a 5-1 win over Neston, as two early shots from the top of circle ensured an early lead going into the second half, where they carried on in fine form. Their Plate final was equally decisive, as Reading followed on from [...]



Reading Ladies 4′s 2 – 1 Sonning Vets

By Reading Hockey Club • Apr 2nd, 2014 • Category: L4, Match Reports

Saturday 29th March The sun was shinning, the crowds were gathering, and we had a full team with subs to spare. A battling team performance saw us running off (well OK running might be a bit of an exaggeration) as winners (goals S and Clare) and moved us off the bottom of the league table [...]



Easter Coaching Camps

By Reading Hockey Club • Mar 22nd, 2014 • Category: Home Page, News

Classic Camps – Junior & Senior After the success of our February camps, this Easter sees the return of our camps at Reading. For the first time, we will be running two camps during the holidays to ensure players don’t miss out on the chance to be a part of the hockey experience here at [...]



YOUR CLUB NEEDS YOU!!

By Reading Hockey Club • Mar 17th, 2014 • Category: Home Page, News

Reading Hockey Club is delighted to be hosting the Now: Pensions Men’s League Finals weekend and the Investec Ladies Finals Weekend, the culmination of the national league play-offs and cup competitions, over the weekends of 5-6 April and 12-13 April 2014. The club is also hosting an International Now: Pensions Nations Cup England vs Ireland [...]



Reading 4′s 0 – 5 Thame Ladies 2′s

By Reading Hockey Club • Mar 16th, 2014 • Category: L4, Match Reports

March 15th 2014 Having lost Heidi and Lucy to the 3a’s and 3′s it was particularly good to welcome Rachel back after her recent injuries. She didn’t look like she’d been away, though what the opposition made of her prayer like pose on the side line is anyone’s guess! The most memorable moments of the [...]



Reading 3 – Clifton 1

By Reading Hockey Club • Mar 16th, 2014 • Category: Home Page, L1, Match Reports

8th March 2014 This weekend saw the top four teams in action against each other, Reading were taking on Clifton who had been dubbed the ‘Silent Assassins’ after their recent good form. The spoils had been shared during the previous encounter between the two sides, but this time the Ding were on home soil and [...]