The Junior registration form can be found by clicking on the button on the right.
Junior Training Times (all at the club grounds, Tiverton)
To take part in training, boys and girls must be members of the club and must wear shin pads and gum guards.
Boys and Girls U11 (up to and including school year 6):
Sunday mornings, every other week. Usually from 10:30 – 12:00 but timings may change in the event of a clash with club fixtures. See calendar for dates and times and check the club website when there is a danger of frost cancellation. Manager: Brian Tenner M: 07748 704056 email: email@example.com
Boys U12 & U13 Beavers (school years 7 and 8):
Monday nights – 18:00 – 19:30. Contact Oliver Unett H: 01928740850 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys U14 & U15 Badgers (school years 9 and 10):
Monday nights – 19:30-21:00. Contact Tim Salt: 07785 566242 email: email@example.com
Girls U12 & U14:
Wednesday nights – 17:30 – 19:30. Contact Pat Wells M: 07896 661309 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dedicated goalkeeper training for junior members is run on Monday evenings, 18:00-21:00. Contact Oliver Unett (Beavers) or Tim Salt (Badgers) in the first instance – details above.
Safeguarding & ClubMark Acceditation
Deeside Ramblers Hockey Club has been awarded the England Hockey ClubMark Accreditation. This is an audited and nationally recognised accreditation showing that the club is working towards providing a Safe, Effective and Child Friendly club environment.
Click on the following link to view the club policy document: Safeguarding and Protecting Young People in Hockey Policy. Other club policy documents are available in the ‘Policy Centre’ section of this website.
Important contacts and links for the accreditation include:
Club Welfare Officer – John Heath
Contact details: 01244 335022 or 07767 752372
NSPCC Helpline: 0808 800 5000
www.donthideit.com – advice aimed at young people on how to find out more about abuse and what you can do about it
Childline: 0800 1111
www.childline.org.uk – free helpine for children and young people
www.bullying.co.uk – anti bullying
www.thereforme.com – advice aimed at teenagers (12-16yrs) on a range of issues, such as abuse, bullying, exams, drugs and self harm
England Hockey’s Player Pathway
The Player Pathway, formerly the Single System, was launched by England Hockey in October 2016. It provides a tiered series of local, regional and national coaching centres to help junior players realise their hockey potential. Full details are available on the EH website here.
We have many boys and girls at the club who are currently on the Player Pathway and we are always looking to put forward young club players who can benefit from it. Please ask your child’s coach if you would like more information.