As part of the continued development of the club, support is required on a rota basis to coach junior members on a sunday morning.
Andy Camp has been doing this role for some time and is no longer availible every week to coach the Y5/Y6 group.
The next block of sessions starts January 8th until February 5th.
In January we are holding a Burns Night Supper at Wroxton Hotel.
We will be selling raffle tickets to be drawn on the night and there are many prizes on offer including:
Meal for 2 at Wroxton Hotel
Trip to Olympics Hockey Match
Please support your club by selling as many tickets as possible. Tickets ...
Last Night the committee held the draw to see who is entitled to purchase a pair of Olympic Hockey Tickets.
The members who can now opt to purchase them are:
Congratulations to Ollie Gardner who at the age of 12 has achieved great success in attaining the EH Level 1 Umpire Award.
Oxford HC 3 Banbury HC 4
Banbury travelled to Oxford with a young side to play their match in the Development league. The game was very competitive and Oxford scored the first goal after a defensive error allowed their right wing a clear shot at goal. Banbury quickly fought back and Eve Briscoe’s persistent work ...
Ladies 1's - NO GAME
Ladies 2's - LOST 1-2 (Scorer not currently known)
Ladies 3's - LOST 0-4
Ladies 4's - LOST 0-14
Mens 1's - LOST 1-5 (scorer Tim Craven)
Mens 2's - DREW 3-3 (scorers Phil 2, Ben)
Mens 3's - LOST 0-4
Mens 4's - LOST 0-5
Mens Piranha's - WON 5-0 (scorers Frazer ...
Banbury Piranhas -5 Banbury 4s-0.
Banbury Piranhas maintained their winning run with a solid performance against a strong Banbury 4s team.
The first half was a real test for the young lads with the defence of Harry Camp, Sam Pick and Ashley Laverick making some great tackles and interceptions against a skilful ...
With still one match remaining, Banbury Under 16 Girls moved to almost certain qualification for the regional finals of the England Hockey Cup with two fine wins on Sunday.
Despite having a very young team, they reaped the benefit of a very disciplined display against a large well organised Buckingham squad, eventually ...
Banbury boys U 16s played Northampton Saints and Oxford Hawks at the Saints ground this Sunday in the EH cup with some key players missing – but did themselves proud. They took a team mainly made up on the U14s from last year and 2 of the U13s and played two big clubs who fielded their strongest U16 squads.
Banbury Ladies 1's -2 V Oxford -1
Banbury started strongly - slick passing. Great link up play between Tash Nunneley, Victoria Page and Charlie Matthews. Early goal after great run and shot from Nunneley bundled over the line by Victoria Page. Banbury remained on top and Liz Mcvey and Becca Atkins ensured there was no ...