As part of the expansion of the Stafford HC website we have brought back a forum for community use (http://members.staffordhc.co.uk/)
If everyone could register and start posting up that would be great.
If anyone has any questions or would like some additional areas adding, just give me a shout and I’ll help where I can.
Posted on behalf of Mav for the Fantasy Hockey. Here are the play groups, rules and FAQs for transfers.
Player Groups 2014
Stafford Fantasy Hockey Rules 2014
For those interested in submitting a team or if you just have some questions, email mav @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre season fitness training will be starting on Monday 4th of August at 19:30 at the club house and will be run by Ben Hollands with the aim of getting everyone’s fitness ready for the new season.
We would like all players going to play 1sts and 2nds to try and make it down but of course everyone is welcome!
These sessions should be every Monday until the start of Training which starts on the 26th of August with a revised start time of 19:30.
To finish the season we play a President’s XI vs a Chairman’s XI. This club game is open to all club members and is a celebration of the season and the players that have played throughout the season.
If anyone wishes to play in the game, please get in contact with Mav either by text (07730 600 687) or email (email@example.com) and the teams will be organised from those who get in contact.
Meet time will be 11.45am.
At 2pm we will hold the Special Annual Meeting which all members are invited and advised to attend as its an important meeting to elect new members of the club. It is also chance to discuss any information in regards to the hockey section and its development.
End of Season Presentation Dinner
Tickets for this event will be £10 and will include a delicious curry dinner (poppadoms included), dress code for this event is to be smart (shirt and tie). Make sure to book your place with your respective captains. The evening will be starting at 7pm.
3.30pm meet pitch side for a 4pm push back