Hockey players from across Europe will be at Loughborough University to compete in the Women's Euro Club Trophy.
The competition is being held in the county for the first time and gets underway today. Leicester Ladies' Hockey Club face Belgium champions Royal Antwerp in their first match tonight.
Leicester Ladies' Hockey Club face Belgium champions Royal Antwerp in their first match tonight.
There was disappointment for Leicester Ladies in the play off final of the women’s hockey league.Read the full story ›
Saturday 20th April
11:00 Play-Off Match 3 – Beeston v Buckingham
13:00 Play-Off Match 4 – Harleston Magpies v Olton & WW
15:15 Semi-Final 1 – Leicester v Surbiton
17:30 Semi-Final 2 – Canterbury v Reading
This weekend, Leicester Ladies’ Hockey Club are hoping to be crowned the Investec Women’s Hockey League Champions in the end of season play-offs in Reading. The club finished top of the league, and now play fourth placed Surbiton for a place in the play-off final.
Beeston and Olton and West Warwickshire Ladies are also in action in play-offs this weekend to decide who will play top flight hockey next year. Beeston won the Investec Conference Northern Section, while Olton & West Warwickshire finished 9th in the Premier Division.
The top 2 teams from those matches will win the right to play alongside the likes of Leicester next year. The first two games in that competition have already been played. Olton & West Warwicks beat Beeston so they have an advantage going into this weekend’s games.
Beeston Men’s hockey team have been crowned Premier League Champions after winning the play off finals this weekend.
Beeston Men’s hockey team have been crowned Premier League Champions after winning the play off finals this weekend.Read the full story ›
Beeston men’s hockey team are hoping to end a hugely successful season by being crowned Premier Division champions.Read the full story ›
Beeston Hockey Club have paid tribute to their president David Williams who died on Friday.
Mr Williams who was 67 collapsed at home after watching Notts County earlier in the evening.
Mr Williams, MBE, had a long association with the club and had previously been chairman.
Graham Griffiths, manager of the Men's First XI, described the news of his death as shocking.
On Sunday, with four games still to play, Beeston secured top spot in the Premier Division after beating East Midlands rivals Loughborough Students 7-4. It guarantees them a place in Europe and means they will be the top seeds for the end of season title play offs.
Four sides will compete for the title at Reading on April 13-14th with Beeston playing the side which came fourth in their semi-final.