Cambridge City Hockey Club
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Cambridge City Hockey Club
Cambridge City Hockey Club
Founded1920s
Home groundWilberforce Road
LeagueMen's England Hockey League
Women's England Hockey League


Cambridge City Hockey Club is a field hockey club based at Wilberforce Road in Cambridge.[1] Facilities at the Wilberforce Road Sports Ground were expanded to include three artificial pitches in October 2018.[2]

Founded in 1906 the club now runs seven men's teams, five women's teams and a junior section.[3] The men's first team play in the Men's England Hockey League Conference East (the highest league structure in England)[4] and the women's first team play in the Investec Women's England Hockey League Conference East (the highest league structure in England).[5] The Junior Academy is run by former Olympian Nick Thompson.[6]

Major national honours

International honours past & present

  • Helen Richardson-Walsh (England & Great Britain)
  • Nick Thompson (England & Great Britain)
  • Sally Tippen (England O55, O60 and O65) [7]
  • David Wilman (England & Great Britain)[8] [9]
  • James Albery (England & Great Britain)
  • Megan Crowson (England)
  • Joanne Ellis (England)
  • Helen Grant (England & Great Britain)
  • Emma Griffiths (Wales) [10]
  • Tessa Howard (Great Britain)
  • Eloise Laity (Wales) [11]
  • Ali Wilson (England & Great Britain)
  • Keir Dixon (Wales)
  • Rhodri Furlong (Wales)
  • Jacob Read (Wales)
  • Gareth Andrews (England)
  • Iain Smythe (England O45 & O50)
  • Robin White (England O40)
  • Darren Cheeseman (England & Great Britain)
  • Jenny Storey (New Zealand)
  • Euan Gilmour (U21 England)
  • Scott Gilmour (U21 England)
  • James Warrington (U18 England)
  • Tom Crowson (GB Development, U21 England, U18 England)
  • N Lloyd (Wales)
  • Antonia Morherr (Germany U21)

Other honours

  • 2013 England Hockey Best Marketing Winner - Helen Facts Campaign
  • CCHC 3rd XI - shortlisted for England Hockey Team of the Year 2018 [12]
  • Living Sport Club of the Year 2014/15 [13]
  • Shortlisted for England Hockey Club of the Year 2014/15 [14]

References

  1. ^ "Cambridge City Hockey Club- Find Us". Cambridge City Hockey Club. Archived from the original on 2016-08-22. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "University of Cambridge helping to create a corridor of sport in the city". Cambridge Independent.
  3. ^ "Cambridge City HC - Teams". Cambridge City Hockey Club. Archived from the original on 2016-10-13. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Men's Hockey League". England Hockey.
  5. ^ "Women's Hockey League". England Hockey.
  6. ^ "Cambridge City Hockey Club Look To The Future". Cambridge Independent.
  7. ^ "Hockey star Sally Tippen's a world champion at 65". Cambridge News.
  8. ^ "David Wilman". olympic.org.
  9. ^ "Obituary: David Wilman". GB Hockey.
  10. ^ "Wales to end women's hockey Commonwealth Games exile". BBC Sport.
  11. ^ "How Hockey Player fought back from horrific injury to represent Wales at the Commonwealth Games". Wales Online.
  12. ^ "England Hockey Award nominees revealed 2018". England Hockey.
  13. ^ "Living Sport - past winners". Living Sport.
  14. ^ "England Hockey Award 2015 - Shortlist announced". England Hockey.

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