We are a relatively small but very friendly Men's Hockey Club now running 4 teams, all of which play in the Midlands League - plus a "Badgers" team playing in the Yorkshire Development League. We've a long history (1899) and are one of the founder clubs of the Derbyshire Hockey Association. We also run a thriving 'junior-hockey' scheme for youngsters of both sexes up to the age of 16 on Wednesday evenings and Sunday mornings. We have ClubsFirst Accreditation, regularly re-assessed and renewed, and Sport England Club Mark. We welcome new members, adult and junior, so if you're interested do please telephone one of our "Contacts", or e-mail general enquiries to: email@example.com. Please hover over one of the headings above for our full menus and click on an entry to take you directly to the relevant web page. Follow the links to Sponsors below.
More details on the Weekend Teams page.
Once again, Simon Davidson kindly hosted our annual Hog Roast at his home. Together with the raffle, this event raised over £3000 for Club funds.
England Hockey has announced changes to the Rules of Hockey to be applied for the forthcoming season. A summary is available here.
Race Night at the Rose and Crown (Brampton) on Saturday 17th May raised £499 net of expenses for Club funds. Thank you to everyone who supported this event.
We meet after matches and for Social Events at our Sponsors, the
Britannia Inn, 56, Old Hall Road, Brampton.
Brampton Brewery, are also sponsors of Chesterfield Hockey Club and we are supported by them at the Rose and Crown.
View/download a copy of the Club's 3rd party insurance.
We have generated some publicity material in the wake of GB's
hockey success at the Olympics in Brazil.
If you've been fired with enthusiasm for our sport, why not come and give it a go ?
See our Publicity release here, read more about our Club on this website and then,
come along to one of our training sessions.
See the feature on our Club in Sport in Profile Magazine Issue 8.
Wednesday evenings from 4th Sept. -:
6 pm - 7 pm Under 8s, 10s and 12s
7 pm - 8 pm Under 14s
8 pm - 9:30 pm Men's
The full League fixture list is now
published ... go to the Fixtures
menu link. Friendlies will be added as soon as available.
Home games normal start times:
1st & 2nd XIs start 13:30. 3rd XI and 4th XI start 12:00 and Badgers XI 15:00 or 16:30 but check on Weekend Teams below for specific times for the current week.
Members only can access this area. Mac McCran - 07969 971255 for further details
Forms for your parents to complete and essential information are available on the Junior Hockey / Activities page. You are welcome to attend our Wednesday evening and/or Sunday morning sessions.
Also Floodlit 5-a-side Football Pitch Hire in Chesterfield
available from St. Mary's Community Sports Partnership
Click here for more details and how to contact John, the St. Mary's Partnership Sports Development Officer.
Details will be posted as soon as possible.:
Christian Battye continues as the Men’s 1st XI Coach for the forthcoming season. Shane Hale continues in the Team Manager role. We welcome the Team captains for another season: Josh Brocklehurst as the 1st XI Captain, Sam Unwin as 2nd XI Captain, Paul Ryan as 3rd XI Captain and Mac McCran as 4th XI Captain. Steve Lord will run the Badgers team.
It’s been a summer of success so far for two of Chesterfield Hockey
Rising star Joe Morton has been selected to play for the Pennine Pumas Under 17 squad in the England Hockey Futures Cup later this month. The competition features the best young players in England, Wales and Scotland playing in six regional teams – the Pennine Pumas, Saxon Tigers, Mercia Lynx, Wessex Leopards, Celtic Jaguars (Wales) and Caledonian Cougars (Scotland). The tournament takes place in St Albans between the 21st and 24th August, where the England selectors will be casting a close eye on proceedings.
Joe also took part in a recent Home Nations tournament as part of the Diploma in Sporting Excellence (DiSE) program at Lilleshall national sports centre. The competition featured the DiSE teams England ‘Red’, England ‘White’ and England ‘Blue’ alongside England U16s, Scotland and Ulster. Joe captained England ‘Red’ and came away with a silver medal, losing to England U16s on penalties after the game was tied 2-2 in normal time. The event also forms part of the assessment process for the England U18s squad.
Lead junior coach Christian Battye – “Joe has worked incredibly hard on and off the pitch and should take great pride in his attitude and dedication to the sport. He has been a consistently high performer at junior regional level and to see him on that Pennine Pumas squad list and in the England ‘Red’ shirt was a proud day for the club too. His goal is to be selected for an England trial in September – he’s certainly on the right track to achieve that”.
There was also more good news with young umpire Esther Beardsley being appointed to officiate at the Futures Cup.
This comes after impressing during the regional Performance Centre Competition days and working incredibly hard over the past few seasons.
St Mary’s pupil Esther has also been promoted to the Performance Support Panel for young umpires in the Midlands.
Christian Battye – “Esther has really taken ownership of her own development over the last couple of years and it’s great to see her rewarded with a place at the Futures Cup. Being an umpire can be a pretty tough gig at times but Esther has a natural talent for it. She’s gained great experience with Chesterfield and Staveley Ladies HC over the past few seasons and we wish her all the best for the tournament”.