Junior and Youth Hockey at Liverpool Sefton Hockey Club

Junior and Youth Hockey is important to Liverpool Sefton Hockey Club. Coaching is open to all youngsters in primary or secondary education.   Susie McFarlane (swazie681@hotmail.com)  is Junior and Youth Co-ordinator. Our Senior Coach is the former England International captain and GB Olympic Coach Peter Nicholson.   Coaching sessions are open to all students from all schools and are held on Tuesdays after school and Sunday...

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Liverpool Sefton Hockey Club Welcomes New Coach

Liverpool Sefton Hockey Club is delighted to officially announce Peter Nicholson (ex-GB and England Manager) as the Senior Club Coach for the forthcoming 2015-16 season. He will have a range of responsibilities. His main role is to coach the Women’s Senior Squads and manage 1st team matches. In addition he will help with Youth Development at our new Satellite School partners Liverpool College and Archbishop Blanch. He will also advise...

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PRE-SEASON CLUB HOCKEY (Men and Women)

Pre-season club hockey begins on Thursday 30th July and continues throughout August. Sessions will be held at the University of Liverpool’s Wyncote Sports Ground on Mather Avenue (next to Tesco) L18 6HF from 7-9pm. All existing and NEW players – both male and female – are welcome to attend. There will be a pitch hire fee of £3 per session. Any enquiries to swazie681@hotmail.com

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Congratulations to Jenny SuperRat!

Massive congratulations to Jenny Ratcliffe on being awarded the England Hockey ‘Young Umpire of the Season’ for 2014-15. Jenny not only umpires National League hockey but has also been appointed to umpire at events in Europe.  Jenny, however, is still happy to umpire for any of our club teams whenever she can. Well done Jenny – and thank you.

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Hockey Section AGM Reports

Women’s First Team After immediate promotion back to the National League, we knew it was going to be a tough season staying there. We’ve had a mixed bag of results, with our best performances being away from home, most notably a 1-0 win at Durham and a 3-2 win over Sutton Coldfield, who had just dropped out of the National Premier League. We have proved to be a tough team to break down, and don’t concede many goals, however scoring...

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Men’s 1s Back to Winning Ways against Winnington!

A hard fought win for the boys in heat that put Aaron Robinson at risk of melting. Naturally we went one nil down through a messy short corner. We were then down to 10 men as Chris Thomas received a yellow for taking down a ball above his head. (Insert your own jokes here). We were jolted into life and a slick 5 man move ended with Gerard Killough slotting home at the back post. A similar move a few minutes later switched the ball to...

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