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Club day information: 12th September 2020

12th September, 2020. We look forward to welcoming you to Bournemouth Hockey Club’s Club Day! We’re excited to welcome all members and new faces along to the club for some relaxed games, fun, and keenly awaited social time with each other. There will also be a Men’s 1 XI game pushing back at 2:30pm, so stick around for some great hockey and support the lads to a win! To be sure the day is Covid secure & ready for play please read the below and respect the changes needed to be made this year…. Do not come to club day...
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New season: Save these dates in your diary this September

As we are getting closer to the (hopeful) start of the new hockey season here are some dates for your diaries for Bournemouth Hockey club events in the next month: Club day: 12th September 2020, 12pm start. More details to follow (as this news is hot off the press!), but it should be another socially competitive start to the new season, and a chance for existing and new members to get back onto the pitch and have a long awaited catch up! Please make sure you have filled in the Individual Consent for Participating in Hockey under Covid-19 restrictions form...
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Returning to hockey: consent for participating in hockey under Covid-19 restrictions

If you are intending to train and/or play hockey at Bournemouth Hockey club for the upcoming season (2020-2021) you MUST have read and completed this form from England Hockey. It is GDPR compliant and part of the Track and Trace system England Hockey are implementing to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all hockey players and the local community. The form is available here Excerpt from form: All hockey participants have an important role to play in keeping themselves and others safe during this crisis. England Hockey has made a commitment to DCMS and Public Health that participants returning to...
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The season has begun! Club day was a success

On Saturday 14th September we welcomed existing and new members back to the club to kick off the new season with some fun and friendly games of hockey. The weather was glorious, perhaps a little too hot for hockey, and it was great to see so many familiar faces eager to pick up their stick and get themselves ready for a new season. It’s a big change for the ladies section this year as we join the Hampshire divisions and South Division – we’re looking forward to playing some new teams and heading east for a change of scene. If...
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Date for your diary: BHC Club Day 14th September 2019

The new season is nearly upon us, which means Club Day is back! Club Day (for adult members) is the perfect opportunity to dust off your hockey stick and catch up with members before the season begins. Further details will be circulated nearer the time, but expect lots of friendly competitive hockey games, a beer of two, plus the opportunity to purchase some new kit. New members welcome! Date: Saturday 14th September Location: Bournemouth Sports Club, Chapel Gate Time: TBC (but likely from 10:30 – 14:00 ish like last year) Please note: a separate junior club day will be held...
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Book Your July Summer Holiday Camp with 86Hcky

Refine your core skills, develop the art of defending and innovative 3D skills through advance training drills. Plus conditioned games to improve tactical development and more. Come and join us at Chapel Gate, 30th and 31st July for 2 mornings of fun and competitive hockey drills and games. Plus this summer, Ben Boon, former BHC player, now Surbiton & GB EDP, and Tomek Bruml (Exeter University and England Junior) will be joining us! Ages: U10 | U12 | U14 | U16 £20 a DAY 9am – 12pm Sign up ONLINE at www.86hcky.com Or EMAIL 86hcky@mail.com 86HCKY provides high quality coaching to...
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Women and Girls Softball Cricket in Dorset this summer

Ladies, do you fancy softball cricket this summer? 🏑➡️🏏? Softball cricket is a fun but competitive version of cricket and Bournemouth Cricket Club is looking for more female players. Women’s cricket is growing rapidly in Dorset. Last summer there were lots of festivals at local clubs. Players ranged from girls aged 12 to a grandmother over 70 who proceeded to whack the ball for six! Softball cricket festivals will be held at local clubs on Sundays and aim to have a fun, friendly, and family atmosphere. The rules of Softball cricket are different to hardball cricket and they allow players...
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