It was a frustrating weekend for Holcombe as both sides dropped points in the last of the first round of games in the National premier League.
As the eighth round of games were completed over this past weekend, a double home victory for Holcombe’s sides led both teams into the England Hockey Playoff spots.
Holcombe came through the Kent Derby Double-Header at the weekend with a win and a draw away to Canterbury at Polo Farm.
England Hockey League winners Surbiton have decided not to take up their place in the Euro Hockey League KO16 in 2018 that is awarded to the league winners. Continue reading Holcombe set to replace Surbiton in EHL KO16
England Hockey’s Playoffs saw the top 4 sides in the country; Surbiton, Holcombe, East Grinstead and the University of Birmingham battle it out to be crowned Champions of England
Holcombe Women enjoyed consecutive wins in a crucial double-header over the weekend. A home win against Bowdon Hightown was followed by a dramatic win away at East Grinstead to claim a valuable 3 points for the Kent side.
It’s that time again when in every four years cycle social media goes a little crazy, as hockey fans around the world watch closely for the release of the new National Squads for next Olympic cycle. Continue reading Missing Names or Hot Prospects
The stage is set and the platform is there for the taking.
Ashley Jackson’s return to Holcombe Park on Sunday is a mere sub-plot to one of the most eagerly anticipated clashes of the weekend in the English Premier Division; and not just for the two sides’ respective league positions. Continue reading Ashley Jackson – The Return