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Cornish Cup

Admin | 14 years ago

Congratulations to Martin Stoker - the biggest bandit on a Golf Course - for winning The Cornish Cup for 2004. Sunday October 10, 2004. A bright but breezy day greeted the spirited participants for this venerable trophy - well all those who did not have hangovers or other reasons for not turning out! The rules for the competition and the wager were agreed in the bar before play commenced. Sway...

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Testing

Admin | 14 years ago

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New Picture Area

Admin | 14 years ago

Within the next few weeks, we are planning to put up a picture area that will be linked to this website. Anecdotal evidence from other clubs indicates that that this could quickly become the most visited part of the site. Not only will it allow us to bring match reports to life (you will be able to click to go to the relevant photo), members will be able to submit pictures of tours, parties and oth...

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Oct 31 -- Discounted Subscription Deadline!

Admin | 14 years ago

If you want to take advantage of the discount on annual subscriptions that are offered to prompt payers, you need to do so by the above date! This is a worthwhile rebate so do not be disappointed -- make sure your form and fee are returned well before the deadline. Should you not have received a subscription form, please e-mail our Financial Director, David Jenkins on DJENKINS@rydect.freeserve.co...

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Mystery Player Competition

Admin | 14 years ago

Congratulations go to Peter Lindars for being eagle eyed enough to spot the mystery player and being first out of the hat. He wins the bottle of champagne. Iain Mcgregor and Neil Francis win the runner up prizes of…wait for it…yes a pair of Haslemere Hockey Club socks. Thanks to all those who entered and those who have updated their availability on the site. And for all those who didn't know. ...

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Web Site Launch

Admin | 14 years ago

A big thanks to all those who posted their availability and completed the competition last week. The closing date for the competition to guess the mystery player is Saturday 16th October so there is still time to enter the draw. Check out the site after 16th to find out who wins the prize. Those with out of date email addresses on the database get your up to date contacts to admin@haslemerehocke...

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Weekly Round Up

Admin | 14 years ago

A good week on the playing front with league wins for the Firsts, Seconds and Masters and an epic game between the Thirds and Fourths. This week’s highlight has to be the Firsts report posted by Will Davenport another Shakespeare in the making Links to Yateley and Salisbury web sites and now live for those teams that need directions to next weeks away games.

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Christmas party, Dec 17

Admin | 14 years ago

Yes, that party-meister JR (Johnny Roberts to the uninitiated) has agreed to put on another "night to try to remember" at the clubhouse. Those of you who attended last year's event will know that this is not one to miss so please mark your diaries indelibly right now. Sit down meal, selection of fine wines, Pete Hatch and his band, bar extension -- what better way to get serious about celebrating C...

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U16's kick off their season

Admin | 14 years ago

Winchester 6 Haslemere 4 An excellent hard fought match. Winchester fielded a number of County players, but despite this Haslemere led 3-2 at half time. The first ten minutes of the second half were excellent, Haslemere playing as a team, focussed and structured. After Alex Butler had to come off for a few minutes with a sore Achilles tendon, the side lost its structure and power up front. ...

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Vets v Middleton

Admin | 14 years ago

The home team went one up soon after the start and for a while it looked as if the game could prove one-sided. However the Haslemere defensive line held on resolutely and turned the pressure on Middleton. From our first short corner the Middleton keeper managed to keep out George Stratford’s fierce shot, only to see Phil Wright pull the ball round his pads and slot it into the net. Could it last? ...

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