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International Veterans Tournament - The Diamond Cup 2015
fieldhockeytravel.pngInternational Veterans Tournament - The Diamond Cup 2015
An amazing International Veterans Tournament for both ladies and men's teams. From 19-06 till 21-06 2015 with Club Teams from over the whole world: Africa, UK, Spain, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Russia and more.
Fieldhockeytravel.com offers a super 2/3 day Veterans international Tournament: "The Diamond Cup".
The matches will be played on artificial turf and water fields at Hockey Club Cartouche (The Hague).
The level of participation is first class or higher. You will have to play on the top of your skills to be able to win the title and the first price of the Diamond Cup! Come and see if your team will be able to be the master of the tournament and if you are stronger than teams from all over the world!
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 21 January 2015 - 08:36:16;

North Masters Hockey
North Masters Hockey
As coordinator of Masters Hockey for the North I have been pushing the organisers of our age group teams (O-40, O-45, O-50, O-55) to organise open trials where anyone that their club or county association thinks might be of a good enough standard can come along and try out.
The first such of these  for Over 40's - born 1976 or earlier - the age group eligibility is one year lower this year to facilitate England Hockey selecting teams for the 2016 World Cup, will be held at Brooklands this coming Sunday, 25th Jan, from 12-3pm.
Please pass this message on to anyone you think might be interested or who might be able to identify talented Yorkshire players who should get a trial for the North O-40's team?
Anyone interested should contact Brad King at -email- .

I am trying to establish county level Masters Hockey at O-40 and O-50 level, and organised the first Inter-Counties tournament at Timperley in November.
Unfortunately there was no Yorkshire representation as it clashed with the Yorkshire Vets Cup and I couldn't find anyone in Yorkshire to organise teams.
Tony Taig
North Masters Hockey Coordinator
tony.taig@ttac.co.uk
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 21 January 2015 - 08:26:33;

Rearrangemnt of Matches Postponed on 17 January 2015
yhalogoblue.jpgRearrangemnt of Matches Postponed on 17 & 18 January 2015

All league matches postponed on 17 January 2015 due to the cold weatherhave been moved en bloc to Saturday 28 March 2015.
Clubs will need to book pitches, and add venues and start times (once agreed with opponents) to fixtures on the YHA Website. You may if you wish by mutual agreement play these fixtures earlier than 28 March.
Any fixtures already rearranged to 28 March (only three, all in the Men's League) will need to be rerarranged to another date prior to 28 March.
Fixtures postponed on Sunday 18 January will need to be rearranged in line with League Rules. These must be rearranged within the next seven days to be played within 15 days of date of postponement.
There are still a couple of games games from 17 January with no result and not marked as postponed. In order to allow us to move these, if postponed due to the weather, clubs need to enter the games as 'postponed' with a reason for postponement on the YHA Website.
The outstanding matches are:
Men: Div 2 City of York 3 v Wakefield 3 and Div 4 South Kingston-upon-Hull 3 v Wakefield 4
Women: Div 5 Bradford University 1 v Louth 1
If you encounter any problems with any rearrangments contact your Division Representatives.
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Tuesday 20 January 2015 - 06:16:16;

Rules of Hockey - 2015
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12.01.2015 www.englandhockey.co.uk

In December 2014, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) introduced changes to the Rules of Hockey designed to enhance the experience of players and spectators.  These have been available for worldwide adoption and effective at international level from 1st January 2015.
Following consultation with the England Hockey Rules & Regulations Advisory Group, National Programme Umpires Association and England Hockey League Committee, England Hockey can confirm that the rule changes announced by the FIH will be implemented in the Investec Women’s Hockey League (IWHL) and the NOW: Pensions Men’s Hockey League (NPMHL) when the outdoor season resumes at the end of January 2015.
The changes will also apply to the remaining three rounds in the Investec Women’s Cup and NOW: Pensions Men’s Cup, noting only IWHL/NPMHL teams remain in the competitions.
As previously advised these are the only domestic competitions where the new rules apply apart from permitting the use of new style face masks at all levels of the game which is introduced with immediate effect across the game.

As previously advised England Hockey will be consulting more widely with the hockey community as to whether we apply to FIH to opt out of the introduction of any of the new Rules for 2015-16 for the wider game and, if so, at what levels and/or age groups. A decision will be made on adoption of the new Rules after this consultation.

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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 14 January 2015 - 07:45:07;

Hockey Camps in 2015
mt13_dbs_3.jpg2 Day Hockey Camp
Pocklington School, West Green, Pocklington, YO42 2NJ
Monday 16th – Tuesday 17th February 2015

Hockey Residential Camps

Scarborough College, Filey Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3BA
Monday 27th - Thursday 30th July 2015
Monday 3rd - Thursday 6th August 2015
Monday 10th - Thursday 13th August 2015



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Posted by AKR on Tuesday 13 January 2015 - 09:13:14;

England Hockey Centralised Calendar 2015-16
eh_shield_blue.jpgEngland Hockey Centralised Calendar 2015-16
01.01.2015 www.englandhockey.co.uk
The final draft of the calendar for 2015-16 is now available.to download.
Feedback and suggestions from the first draft issued in November have been incorporated where possible
The final version of the calendar will be issued on 1 March 2015 although no major changes to domestic activity are anticipated.
Please note that the U17 AASE Camp will be held 29 July - 2 Aug not 2-9 Aug. Also there has been a minor amendment to JRPC activity which will not be held on 15-16 August and is 2nd priority to UK School Games for the U18 age group on Sun 06 Sep.
Click here to download the England Hockey Centralised Calendar 2015-16
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 07 January 2015 - 06:11:54;

Kate Richardson-Walsh awarded MBE in New Year Honours
Kate Richardson-Walsh awarded MBE in New Year Honours

•          England and Great Britain Captain Kate Richardson-Walsh awarded an MBE.
•          Ex international player, coach and performance analyst Maggie Souyave awarded an OBE.
•          Both are recognised for their services to hockey.
•          Souyave gave Richardson-Walsh her first cap back in 1999 when she made her international debut for England.


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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Wednesday 07 January 2015 - 06:06:45;

George Holley

George Holley
George Holley, President of West Yorkshire Police Hockey Club, former umpire in the Yorkshire Leagues and player for both Leeds City Police and West Yorkshire Police, sadly passed away on Saturday 13th December 2014, following a short illness.
For those that played against the Police, you will have had the pleasure of meeting George, especially in the bar after the games.
His funeral will be at Lawnswood Crematorium on 30th December, at 2:20pm, followed by drinks back at Gledhow Sports Club, the home of West Yorkshire Police Hockey.

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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Tuesday 23 December 2014 - 06:34:37;

England Hockey response to FIH rule changes
eh_shield_blue.jpgEngland Hockey response to FIH rule changes
22.12.2014 www.englandhockey.co.uk
In recent weeks, FIH has announced some changes to the Rules of Hockey. Details can be found here and the complete 2015 Rules of Hockey here
The Rules of Hockey apply to all levels of the game and these changes will take effect at International level from 1st January 2015.
However, England Hockey has the discretion to decide the date of the implementation of the changes in its domestic leagues.
Therefore, the England Hockey Rules and Regulations Advisory Group, National Programme Umpiring Association (NPUA) and the English Hockey League committee are being consulted over when the Rules changes will be implemented in the Investec Women’s Hockey League (IWHL) and the Now Pensions Men’s Hockey League (NPMHL). This is likely to either be when the outdoor season resumes in early 2015 or prior to start of the 2015/16 season. A decision will be made imminently on this.
We have also decided that, beneath the IWHL and NPMHL, the changes will not be implemented mid season (i.e. from 1st January 2015). During the early part of 2015, we will be consulting more widely with the hockey community as to whether we apply to FIH to opt out of the introduction of any of the new Rules and, if so, at what levels and/or age groups. A decision will be made on adoption of the new Rules after this consultation.
We will allow the use of the new face masks at all levels of the game with immediate effect. The FIH are introducing them for safety reasons and we continue to recommend that players use the appropriate safety equipment i.e. facemasks at penalty corners, mouth guards and shin pads.
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Monday 22 December 2014 - 07:10:11;

Pick a Card, any card!
Pick a Card, any card!

Reminders: There is NO Technical Red Card outside National League.

An umpire can issue more than one yellow card if it’s for a different offence.
Management tips:
1) Use Signal & voice to let everyone know what each Yellow Card is for.
2) There is a minimum time for yellow card & not a maximum.

If an umpire issues a Red card they must fill in a Red Card Report Form & they can’t rescind the card.
After the final whistle you can’t issue a Red card it is an MMO (Match-day Misconduct Offence).
Remember you must inform the person that you are issuing the MMO.
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Sunday 21 December 2014 - 05:35:51;

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