The Covid-19 pandemic may have meant postponement of all hockey tournaments for the summer of 2020, but SWMH this week announced the squads that were selected prior to the outbreak. The squads include the over 35s team – the first
SWMH has enjoyed its most successful series of trials, with an average of 140 players turning up each trial date across all teams. Players have travelled from far and wide – from Shetland and the south of England – and
The Scottish Hockey Annual Awards were held on 30th November at the National Hockey Centre. The Women’s Masters Player of the Year Award was won by Janet Jack of our Over 55 squad. Congratulations to Janet on her success! Read
Scotland players across the age groups experienced the agony and ecstasy of competitive hockey after being tested against the best in Europe in the Netherlands and Germany.
The trial dates and venues have been announced for the selection of the 2020 squads, starting with a pre-trial get-together on 29th September at Forthbank.
The dates for the 2020 tournaments and matches has been announced, including the World Cups for all age groups.
Scottish Womens Masters Hockey (SWMH) continues to go from strength to strength and is delighted to include a 35+ squad for 2020. To enable us to further improve the performance of our squads this season we are seeking coaches and managers.
A NAIL-BITING end to the match against the Dutch saw Scotland’s 60s women scoop European Championship bronze in Belgium in June.
This 10-day international tournament was held at KHC Dragons club in Brasschaat, near Antwerp, Belgium between June 19-29 and welcomed no less than 73 teams from 14 countries, in the age categories 60s, 65s, 70s 75s, showing that hockey really is something for all ages.
The annual matches against England, Ireland and Wales were hosted by England at Southgate Hockey Club in North London between July 14-16. The 40s, 45s, 50s and 55s teams competed. The 60s decided instead to concentrate on their upcoming tournament
The Scotland Womens Masters Hockey squads for the 2019 tournaments including the Home Nations (40, 45, 50 & 55’s), Europeans In Rotterdam (40 & 45’s), Europeans in Krefeld (50 & 55’s) and Europeans in Belgium (60’s). Full listings for each