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Planning Safe Hockey

England Hockey has  published an important new guide entitled Planning Safe Hockey.
 
The guide is intended to be used as a checklist by anyone delivering or planning hockey activity. England Hockey strongly encourages all clubs/organisations and their members to familiarise themselves with the guide and also to address any unsafe practices.
 
The guide was created in memory of Luke Hobson, a 14-year-old junior player who tragically died on 28 March 2019 having sustained a fatal impact head injury. The guide was created with the co-operation of Luke's parents.

 

We all have a responsibility to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all those who play hockey; it is therefore important that we take steps to minimise risk to all engaged in hockey, enhancing their experience and reassuring players, parents and guardians.
 
The rules of hockey are constantly evolving, therefore it is imperative that all those who plan and deliver hockey activity do so in a way that ensures the safety of all involved in our sport.

For the full 46-page guide, click here

 

 

Suspension of Academy Training

Unfortunately, following the Government's recent announcement their will be no Academy training during January, and early February.

We will update here and on twitter as soon as we have more information

Academy Training

Invitation emails have gone out to all players who attended assessments on Oct 4th.

Training dates are as follows

 

11/10

AC Training

All Squads

18/10

AC Training

All Squads

25/10

AC Training

All Squads

8/11

AC Training

All Squads

22/11

AC Training

All Squads

10/1

AC Training

All Squads

17/1

AC Training

All Squads

31/1

AC Training

All Squads

14/2

AC Training

All Squads

28/2

AC Training

All Squads

21/3

AC Training

All Squads

28/3

AC Training

All Squads

18/4

AC Training

U13/U14

25/4

AC Training

U13/U14

2/5

AC Training

U13/U14

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