Beeston Hockey Club
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Beeston Hockey Club

Beeston Hockey Club
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Founded1907
LeagueMen's England Hockey League
Women's England Hockey League
Midlands League
Based inBeeston, Nottinghamshire, England
ArenaNottingham Hockey Centre
ColoursBlack, gold (home) and white, black (away)
ManagerGraham Griffiths
CaptainStephen Lawrence

Beeston Hockey Club is a field hockey club based in Beeston, England. The club was founded in 1907, and plays its home games at the Nottingham Hockey Centre in Nottingham. Beeston is nicknamed the Bees.[1]

The men's 1st XI plays in the Men's England Hockey League and the ladies 1st XI in the Women's England Hockey League.[2] The majority of the other teams compete in the Midlands League. The large club fields six men's sides, seven ladies sides and various junior sides.

The men's 1st XI won its first major trophy in 2008, defeating Bowdon 4-3 in the Men's National Cup.[3] The men's team won its first National League Premier Division title in 2010/11, and went on to win it again in 2012/13 and 2013/14.[4] The men's 1st XI have also competed in the Euro Hockey League.[5]

Beeston HC twinned with HC Rotterdam on 1 February 2017.

In 2020 Beeston secured an historic cup double by winning the both the men's cup and women's cup competitions in the same season. On 5 September the women's team won their COVID-19 delayed final beating the defending champions Clifton Robinsons 3-2 in the final. At the same time the men won their delayed semi final on penalties and one week later on 12 September defeated Fareham 9-1 in the final.[6][7]

Players

Men's First Team Squad 2020-21 season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK England ENG Simon Hujwan
2 GK England ENG Ashley Watson
3 MF England ENG Josh Pavis
4 DF England ENG Ollie Willars
5 DF Republic of Ireland IRL Kyle Marshall
6 DF England ENG Robbie Gleeson
7 FW England ENG Gareth Griffiths
8 MF England ENG Tom Crowson
9 FW Canada CAN Vikram Sandhu
10 MF England ENG Nick Park
11 FW England ENG Henry Croft
12 MF England ENG Alex Blumfield
13 MF Canada CAN Sukhi Panesar
14 MF England ENG Adam Dixon (captain)
15 FW Spain ESP Lucase Alcade
16 DF England ENG Stephen Lawrence
17 FW England ENG Richard Lawrence
18 FW Republic of Ireland IRL Ollie Kidd
19 MF England ENG Lucas Ward
No. Pos. Nation Player
20 FW Republic of Ireland IRL Mark Barlow
21 FW England ENG Chris Proctor
22 FW England ENG Sam Apoola
23 DF Republic of Ireland IRL Matt Crookshanks
24 DF England ENG James Hunt
25 MF Scotland SCO Joe Waterston
26 Scotland SCO Jake Inglis
27 DF England ENG Matt Mitcham
28 FW England ENG Stuart Kentwell
29 Spain ESP Jose Gutierrez De Calderon
31 England ENG Cameron King
32 England ENG Will Prentice
33 Republic of Ireland IRL Jack McGall
34 DF England ENG Max Sowter
35 MF England ENG Nat Partridge
36 England ENG Toby Power
37 DF England ENG Morgan Males
38 DF England ENG David Bond

Ladies First Team Squad 2020-21 season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK United States USA Jenny Rizzo
3 MF England ENG Nicola Moss
4 MF Wales WAL Julie Whiting
7 MF England ENG Alice Huddlestone
9 FW England ENG Lauren Burrell (captain)
10 DF United States USA Jillian Wolgemuth
14 MF England ENG Maddie Pendle
15 MF United States USA Kelsey Briddell
16 FW Republic of Ireland IRL Katie McKee
20 FW Republic of Ireland IRL Jess Hood
21 FW England ENG Mads Newitt
22 MF Republic of Ireland IRL Nadia Benallal
23 FW United States USA Erin Shanahan
No. Pos. Nation Player
24 England ENG Maddie Croft
25 England ENG Rachel Sharp
26 Scotland SCO Tara Aitchison
27 FW Argentina ARG Sharon Seaton
28 England ENG Sian Emslie
29 DF England ENG Ruth Tressider
30 DF England ENG Paige Gillott
31 DF England ENG Martha Lawrence
35 England ENG Violet O'Neill
44 England ENG Phoebe Emmans
47 England ENG Sophie Edgington
52 DF England ENG Ruby Apoola
GK England ENG Natalie Robson
GK England ENG Brooke Butler

Men's Team Honours

Women's Team Honours

Notable players

In recent times the club has had many international representatives at both U-21 and senior level. Full capped senior internationals, past and present, are listed below:

Men's internationals

 Great Britain
 England
 Wales
  • Ollie Cooper
  • David Griffiths
  • Zak Jones
  • Ben Rogers
  • Matt Simkin
 Scotland
 Australia
  • Craig Boyne
 Germany
  • Patrick Schmidt
 Ireland
 Pakistan

Women's internationals

 Great Britain/ England
 Great Britain/ Scotland

References

  1. ^ "Beeston Hockey Club - a Brief History". Beeston Hockey Club. Archived from the original on 1 February 2013. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "EHL Men's league tables". England Hockey. Archived from the original on 11 October 2014. Retrieved 2015.
    - "EHL Women's league tables". England Hockey. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ "Men's National Cup treble for Beeston Hockey Club". BBC Sport. 14 May 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  4. ^ "Beeston Hockey Club seal Premier League title". BBC Sport. 11 April 2011. Retrieved 2012.
  5. ^ "Beeston HC - EHL Euro Hockey League". Euro Hockey League. Archived from the original on 26 March 2013. Retrieved 2015.
  6. ^ a b "Men's Tier 1 Championships". England Hockey.
  7. ^ a b "Women's Tier 1 Championships". England Hockey.

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