Tuesday 30th: Men's training 7.30-9pm at NOA
Wednesday 31st: Women's training 7.30-9pm at NOA
Preseason Starts on 23rd August, this will be for all Men's and Ladies teams, with the session starting 19.30 at NOA. The following week all men's teams will train on 30th and all ladies sides on 31st.
New and old faces all warmly welcome, if this is your first ever session or your first session back after an absence from the game we would be very happy ...
Congratulations to the Mixed Side on Winning the England Hockey Mixed Trophy this weekend after beating Formby 4-3 in the final.
The team first overcame Bristol Firebrands 3-1 in a tight semi final on Saturday too book their place in the Final. Banbury got of to a dream start, winning a Penalty Corner which was slotted into the top corner by Josh ...
Banbury Mixed 1st XI have made it through to the finals weekend at Lee Valley.
Please come and support us at this event. It is a great achievement to make it this far and they are looking to continuing the winning streak against Bristol Firebrands in the semi final.
The playing schedule is as follows:
SATURDAY 4th JUNE
09:30 Plate Semi Final 1 ...
Come along and join us at some of our summer events this year:
Back 2 Hockey : Wednesdays at NOA 7-8 pm from Weds 8th June to 13th July.
Rush Hockey : Wednesdays at NOA 8-9 pm from Weds 8th June to Weds 24th August.
Junior Rush : Wednesdays at NOA 7-8 pm from Weds 20th July to Weds 24th August.
All sessions £3, £5 if 2 sessions ...
The mixed side have made it through to the Mixed Trophy Finals Weekend to be held on the 4th/5th June after comprehensively beating Spencer 4-0 in the Quarter Final.
Goals from Tyson Nunnely, Charlie Matthews and 2 from Harry Loxton saw Banbury through to the Semi Final which will be held on the 4th June at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre.
Congratulations to the Men's 2nd XI on becoming the 2015/15 England Hockey Men's Second XI Trophy Champions.
Going into half time 3-0 down Banbury put in a strong second half performance and the game finished 3-3. The final was then decided by Penalty shuffles with Ashley Laverick and Dave Clarke each scoring and Kit Lamp keeping 4 Bedford attempts out, ...