Events & News
Chichester mens 1s beat Bromley and Beckenham 7-3 on Saturday meaning they swept relegation firmly aside and remain a national league side. Not only did the 1s fight bravely to stay up – they also helped other teams within the club. The knock on effect of the 1s staying up has meant that the 2s and 3s also avoid relegation as less teams were relegated in their leagues. A complicated system but in short, every single club member wants to give the 1s a firm handshake and pat on the back for their efforts. Well done lads – you gave everyone a lot to celebrate at the dinner dance – which was a great success. Thanks to Meg Goring for organising. Now for the cup!
Mix it up this summer at Chichester summer hockey sessions starting Tuesday 5th April 6.00 till 7.30 until May when times will change to 7.00 till 8.30 Open to all…men, women, children, young, old and all abilities and new members welcome Come and meet other Chichester hockey players and stay fit and have fun £3 per session Contact Nikki Kuntze for further information 07930413275
Awards night postponed TBC Next Saturday 9th April – Mens 1s at home followed by Dinner Dance 1st May – HA Cup Finals 20th May – Hockey AGM
Chichester players selected for Sussex U13s A great achievement and the club are very proud! Raife Lock, Monty Marley, Luke Savory. Well done guys!
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An incredible result for the mens 1s against Premiership giants Surbiton. Here’s the England Hockey Report: David slays Goliath as Chichester make Men’s Cup Final. 20.03.2016 The Road to Lee Valley took in an unexpected twist this afternoon as Sussex side Chichester Priory Park dumped out much fancied Surbiton with a 1-0 semi-final win to make the final of the Men’s Cup for the first time. With Chichester struggling at the foot of the West Conference, facing the dreaded relegation playoffs and Surbiton qualified for the Premier Division playoffs in second place; this was a real David vs. Goliath clash. And so it proved. “Surbiton are the second best side in the country at the moment so we were massive underdogs, but we really wanted to prove to people that getting this far wasn’t a fluke.” said Chichester captain Kieran Henn. … Continue reading
The Mens 1s are into the relegation playoffs. Come and support them!
Tonights junior training has been cancelled due to high winds. See you next week!
Chichester mens 1s have progressed to the semi final of the national England Hockey Cup after beating Havant in a fine 3-1 victory. The Mens 1s are now due to play away to Surbiton 1s on the 20th March.
Make sure you come along and support the guys against our local rivals.