26th Feb – training cancelled

Snow and ice on the pitch and the rest of it is frozen solid. No training tonight.


Junior Training Cancelled 25th Feb.

No Sunday training tomorrow (25th Feb) the pitch is already frozen and the temperature is so low.
Watch out for details of the triangular tournaments next week on the 4th March for u10s and 12s.

Sunday 4th Feb

Matches on the 4th:
U8s at home, 9.30 training for all U8s as normal then matches for those in the team from 10.30 to 11.45. Darren will let you know who is playing..
U10s are at BBHC in Erith, 10.15 start to 12.
U12 boys at Herne Bay, 9.30 start, 11.30 end.
U12 girls at Herne Bay, 11.45 start, 1.45 finish.
U14/16s training is as normal.
Please check emails for full details.

Sunday 14th January.

Matches on Sunday:
U10s at Sutton Valence time tbc,
u12 Girls at Canterbury time tbc,
U12 boys at home. Arrive 10.30, first games 10.45, should finish between 12.30 and 12.45.
U14s away to Burnt Ash. All details that I already have are in emails, please could everyone confirm availability whether yes or no as it makes life so much easier. All details that I have so far have been emailed.

Anyone around to help at the home tournament with umpiring scoring etc please? Especially you U16s who aren’t playing this week.

U8s, you will train as normal on Sunday.


ARRS Wobble finale to 2017

Nearly 70 people took part in the annual Anchorians Road Runners Society (ARRS) Wobble Fun Run on New Year’s eve morning, with adults, children and even dogs enjoying a 5km or 10km route from the clubhouse in Gillingham.

The sociable fitness event has been held for six years and has grown in popularity with support from other Medway sports groups as Anchs Chairman Gary Jackson explains: “It’s a very relaxed event and not a race so our members see it as a great opportunity to combat some of the Christmas excess but we also get lots of non-playing family and friends who enjoy running, jogging or walking round with their dogs.

“We’d also like to thank Emma Harris, who is a member of Medway Fit, and Mel Young who runs Amazon 24 Fitness, for encouraging their colleagues to come along and take part – it’s fast becoming an event for the local community and not just our hockey family.”

The event raised £600 and participants enjoyed tea, coffee and cake at the finish. Thanks and well done to all who contributed, took part and supported. Happy New Year!!