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YHA Handbook - Club Information 2016-17
yhalogoblue.jpgYHA Handbook - Club Information 2016-17
All clubs have responded with updated Club Information for the 2016-17 YHA Handbook
.
Many thanks to everyone for their timely actions in making 2016 the first year when all clubs have repsonded by the deadline!
The online version of the Clubs Information Section has been uploaded to the YHA Website along with handy reference lists of Club Fixture Secretaries and Hon Secretaries.
These items can only be downloaded using
YHA Webiste Club Account login details available from your Club's YHA Website Account Manager.
Please remember that any changes to your Club's YHA Handbook Information must be notified to the YHA Web Manager Andy Pettigrew who will update the online version of YHA Handbook Club Information upon receipt.


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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Sunday 26 June 2016 - 11:41:14;

EH Knockout Competition Entry 2016-17
eh_shield_blue.jpgAll Clubs Please Note:
Entry for England Hockey's Centrally run Knockout Competitions are now open for the 2016-17 season.
These competitions are open to all levels of clubs and players. There is everything from Juniors to Masters and all in between. You can take on the National League champions in the Cup, or just play more socially in the Mixed Trophy; something to suit every club and player. It’s a great way to put your area on the Hockey map.
All the information is available to clubs and yourselves via the EH Website at England Hockey Competition Entry 2016-17 with some additional information below.


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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Monday 18 July 2016 - 13:18:31;

YHA Men's & Women's League Fixtures
yhalogoblue.jpgYHA Men's & Women's League Fixtures
YHA Men'Development League Fixtures for 2016-17 have been added to the YHA Website and circulated to club Fixture Secretaries. If you have not received these fixtures please email Andy Pettigrew at -email-
CLICK HERE to download Men's Development League Fixture List - CLICK HERE to download Men's Development League pre-season letter
YHA Men's & Women's League Fixtures for 2016-17
have been added to the YHA Website and circulated to club Fixture Secretaries. If you have not received your fixtures please email Andy Pettigrew at -email-
YHA Website Access: If you cannot access Men's or Women's leagues once you are logged in to the YHA Website please contact Andy Pettigrew
at -email- who will add the Leagues to your website registration.
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 13 July 2016 - 12:38:33;

Why we're joining forces with cricket and netball
Why we're joining forces with cricket and netball
www.englandhockey.co.uk 26.06.2016
eh_logo01.jpgTeam Up launch dayEngland Hockey, the ECB and England Netball are delighted to announce we will be working together on an landmark project called Team Up for our upcoming home Women’s World Cups.
The next three years are a unique period for women’s team sports. England will host three consecutive Women’s World Cups; 2017 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup and the 2019 Netball World Cup.
All three National Governing Bodies are working together to build a fan base for women’s team sports and host the best possible World Cups, not only with packed crowds but also by maximising on the legacy they leave behind.
The initiative was launched at a special event at the finals day of the Hockey Champions Trophy, with Alex Danson and CEO Sally Munday representing England Hockey. This a significant date as it is exactly one year to go until the start of the ICC Women’s World Cup in 2017 and we are really looking forward to what we can collectively achieve for women’s sport.
It is vital that we use the World Cups to develop a participation legacy for our sports and we recognise that schools play a large part in the development of a sporting habit for girls. Since London 2012, hockey participation has grown hugely, and today's announcement is another milestone for the sport.
As part of this Team Up project we want to support schools to deliver our sports to ensure all girls get the opportunity to take part and love playing a team sport.
To do this we are currently developing an affinity scheme in which we want schools to sign up to be a ‘Team Up School’ and through this scheme we will provide support in the form of resources, training, as well as a number of other ways in which they can build up affinity points towards ‘golden ticket’ opportunities such as being ball girls for a World Cup Final!
If you know anyone interested in becoming a Team Up school, please register an interest here to be the first to find out more!
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Monday 27 June 2016 - 11:18:49;

Player surveys re-open!
EH eh_logo01.jpgPlayer Surveys Re-open!
The Player Survey is back for 2016, giving players from across the country the chance to feedback on all things hockey to their club and to England Hockey.

A Nation Where Hockey Matters

It has been 2 years since England Hockey first gave players and clubs from across the nation the chance to feedback on everything hockey related.  There was an amazing response from across the nation and it is now time to re-open the Player Survey as a development tool for clubs.  England Hockey have commissioned the
Sport Industry Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University to conduct this research on their behalf.

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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 25 May 2016 - 11:23:34;

And the winner is....
And the winner is....
www.englandhockey.co.uk 21.05.2016
Sevenoaks HCOn the evening of the 21st May 2016, the great and the good of English hockey came from all corners of the country and all levels of the game to celebrate another successful year and to find out who takes home one of the 17 coveted prizes up for grabs at the England Hockey Awards.
Each and every person or team nominated has achieved something special in this last year. The awards are a great chance to find out about the talent and dedication on display throughout the hockey family and to celebrate everyone’s achievements.
Congratulations go to LEEDS ADEL HC who scooped the prize for INVESTEC WOMEN’S TEAM OF THE YEAR
This goes nicely alongside Leeds Adel HC's selection as YHA Men's Most Improved Club at the recent YHA Annual Dinner and Awards Evening.
Click here to see all 17 prize winners at the England Hockey Awards
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 25 May 2016 - 11:10:23;

EH Quarterly Umpiring Newsletter
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Monday 23 May 2016 - 11:13:41;

Yorkshire Do County Championships Double
eh_logo01.jpgnorth.jpgYorkshire Do County Championships Double
Yorkshire's senior men's and women's teams both retained their titles over the weekend.
Yorkshire's men travelled to Cannock HC on Saturday to defend their EH Men's County Championship A Division title where they beat Susex 2-0 in the semi-final and finally won a nervy final 5-4 againt Kent.
Yorkshire's women, meanwhile, played at Wakefield HC over the weekend in the North Women's County Championships where they retained the trophy on goal difference from Lancashire
Click here for Men's Results and Match Report
Click here for Women's Results
Click here for full Women's results with goalscorers

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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Sunday 22 May 2016 - 12:38:25;

EH Club Together Newsletter
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 18 May 2016 - 13:52:32;

Hockey Fest on Tour is coming to a city near you!
Hockey Fest on Tour is coming to a city near you!hockeyfest.jpg
www.englandhockey.co.uk 24.03.2016
Get your friends or family together for a weekend of hockey fun this summer as we take over 7 cities bringing you a festival of hockey!
We will be starting in Leeds and travelling round the UK followed by Bath, East London, Nottingham, Birmingham and West London, finishing in Manchester on Olympic finals day.
Click here for more information





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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Tuesday 17 May 2016 - 10:02:45;

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