Chelmsford got the New Year off to the perfect start with a hard-fought victory over fellow relegation strugglers Dereham. For the first time this season, Chelmsford find themselves off the bottom of the table ahead of another six-pointer at Saffron Walden next week. “An end to end affair” The first half was an end to end affair, and it was … Read More
Players: Max Tombs, Edward Flanagan, Tom Ellis, Patrick Towns, Cameron Waite, Alessio Ebdon, Leo Parrish Results: Crostyx 0-1, Blue Hornets 0-4, Hertford 0-1, Old Loughts 0-4, Canterbury 0-3 5th place play off: Crostyx 0-3 Overall a good experience and with only one boy aged 10 in the group all others will be back with a year’s experience next season.
Chelmsford arrived at Palmers College ready for the challenge of playing 2nd in the table Thurrock. Everyone arrived bang on 11.30 except Coach Goodridge who due to a navigational error ended up in Chadwell Heath with Bunny our esteemed Umpire for the day. “Sterling efforts of the midfield quartet…” Thurrock started strongly with good possession and movement in their forward … Read More
The U14 girls beat Bishop Stortford 5-0 and Saffron Walden 4-1 in the Essex League today 11th Dec. Well done girls and coaches!
Click on link below for results of the u10/12 boys and u10/12 girls tournament at Blue Hornets on 13th Nov. Also a message from the host: …A very big thank you to all those who helped out with the umpiring. There were a few coaches who umpired not only their own games but lots of other games too – without … Read More
Well done to these boys for today’s hockey … Malachi Knowles – learned a great deal, played really well and was massively brave … the duelling scars I have don’t show ! Jamie Marland – played exceptionally well in goal. Sami Marouane – stalwart of defence, oh, and played well, too Jamie Morley – played really well, learned loads even … Read More
Chelmsford Hockey Club Under 14 Boys, 7 a side friendly v Brentwood HC, Sunday 13 November 2016, Chelmer Park. What a match. A beautiful late autumn sunny morning. A perfectly observed minute’s silence. An appallingly wobbly “D” marked out by an enthusiastic, if not necessarily competent, match-day manager (Mr Ireland pulling the old – “if I’m bad enough someone … Read More