2019 is a season of exciting new developments!
We are very proud to welcome a new coach, more details coming shortly.
3 of our mens team's achieved promotion in 2018 and will be starting in their new league.
We have a new logo and will be applying it to our web-site, kit and all branding over the summer!
We are grateful to Tesco Bags of Help for a grant allowing us to buy another top quality junior goal keeping kit for use this season. The grant was for over £1000 and will be fantastic support for our budding junior teams.
As they develop they will be encouraged to spread their wings and progress into Chiswick’s adult teams.
Thanks from the team at PHC Chiswick!
Dharmesh Puna, recently retired from the PHC M1 squad, and Kate Segetin, (nee Crotty), who played for Chiswick before returning to New Zealand have both been selected for their respective NZ squads for the IMHA Masters World Cup.
The IMHA Masters World Cup is the field hockey world cup for master national teams (over age 35) from all over the world. The competition includes both men and women teams and is divided into the following categories:
Each category (+35, +40, +45, +50, +55), both men and women, will have a winner, so that at the end of the tournament there will be10 world cup winners.
The IMHA Masters World Cup takes place every 2 years and is promoted since 2012 by the International Master Hockey Association (IMHA) and recognised worldwide by the International Hockey Federation (FIH).
The competition takes place between 27th July and 5th August 2018, and this year will be held at Club Esportiu Ègara, in Barcelona.
We'd like to wish both players the best of luck making the final squads and in the competition, and who knows, their could be a club tour to Spain in the offing!
Sports broadcaster and journalist Alison Mitchell tells us her journey of picking up a stick and getting back to hockey.
Read the full article here: Back to Hockey for Alison