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Smoking Ban

Admin | 13 years ago

There will be a total smoking ban in the clubhouse (private parties only excepted) from 1st January 2006 for the rest of the season. The effects of the ban will be reviewed therafter and further decisions taken in light of experience and consultation with the member clubs.

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NEW COUNTY CAPS FOR HASLEMERE UNDER 18'S

Admin | 13 years ago

Following an outstanding display in the National Cup game against Havant Stuart Jackson was selected for the Hampshire Under 19 team and brought a winning touch as Hampshire defeated Oxfordshire 3-1 and Sussex 6-1 at Southampton.Stuart joined Campbell Hancock in the team who had been called up earlier for the fixtures against Middlesex and Berkshire.Hampshire finished third in the final table on th...

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JEZ AND JAKE IN DIVISIONAL ACTION IN MANCHESTER

Admin | 13 years ago

Jeremy Andrews and Jake Foster played for the South(West) in the Regional Championships at Bellevue, Manchester at the end of October.Absent their two England strikers the team struggled for goals managing only 4 in 6 games but dominated in a 1-1 draw with the eventual winners, the arch rivals, South(East).This showed what might have been!

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Ladies 1st trounce closest rivals

Admin | 13 years ago

The Ladies 1sts turned in a fantastic performance on Saturday to extend their lead at the top of the table by beating the second placed side 6-0. This was all the more pleasing as the team had a significantly younger profile this week with two fifteen year old players, Lizzie Henderson and Becca Naylor making their 1st team League debuts. Their coach, Duncan Haddrell, has got the team playing att...

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WHSA AGM

Admin | 13 years ago

If you would like to see smoking banned in the pavilion rather than simply not allowed on Sundays please come along to the WHSA AGM on Thursday 17th November 8pm at Woolmer Hill Pavilion to lend your support. HHC through it's WHSA representative Jeremy Cornish will be proposing that smoking is now banned within the pavilion. Although HHC members will not be entitled to vote on this proposal your ...

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Christmas Wine & Food Extravaganza

Admin | 13 years ago

On Friday, December 2nd, 7.30pm to10.00pm, Haslemere Hockey Club is holding a Christmas Wine & Food Extravaganza at the Haslemere Museum The evening will be hosted by one of our sponsors "The Haslemere Cellar" and owner Richard Royds makes it all sound so mouthwateringly tempting; "This will be a great opportunity to taste some classic Christmas combinations Champagne & Smoked Salmon, Foie Gras &...

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Deadline for discounted subscriptions fast approaching!

Admin | 13 years ago

October 31 is only a few days away and you need to be sure that you do not pay more for your hockey than you have to! If you have not paid your 2005/6 season subscription yet, please be aware that the discounted rate expires on this date. You can either make a bank transfer to the club account or send a cheque to our Financial Director, David Jenkins. For full details, go to either the Members a...

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Reincarnation of the Blues Brothers?

Admin | 13 years ago

Another Saturday, another win for the Men's 3rd XI. Despite a determined fightback from Aldershot and Farnham, Tom Gee's boys chalked up their fourth straight league victory last weekend and now lead Div 2 of the open league by four points. By all accounts, they are still not playing their best hockey which augurs well.....

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Haslemere signs Wizard of Oz

Peter Hatch | 13 years ago

A big Ozzy welcome to our 2005 Tourers Cup Holder - Dave Buck - who valiantly defended the 4th XI goal on Saturday. He was heard to say in the bar afterwards "The other goalie came up to me after the match and said - at least you had a game of it mate" Captain Dilworth commented "Dave had a really great game and made some brilliant saves and despite conceding 15 goals he only gave away 2 penalties...

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Ladies' 1sts and Mens' 3rds unbeaten so far...

Admin | 13 years ago

Further wins from the Ladies' 1sts and Mens' 3rds have established these sides as the only unbeaten teams in the club so far. Yesterday, the Ladies completed a 1-0 victory (which by all accounts could have been greater) while the Men won comfortably, 3-0, despite starting the game with only 10 men. Who will be able to carry this streak furthest into the season....?

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