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Junior Competitions Framework Focus Group
eh_logo01.jpgJunior Competitions Framework Focus Group
www.englandhockey.co.uk 08.11.2016
EH are looking for forward thinking people with experience of working in Junior Competitions who want to make a difference for the sport. Have you got the enthusiasm to help young hockey players develop and thrive within a new competitions framework for the sport?  
The England Hockey (EH) Board commissioned the EH Competitions Department to undertake a review of its Junior Competitions in the first half of 2016.
As part of this review a draft framework for Junior Competitions and underlying principles were developed. Clubs, schools, local competitions organisers were asked to feedback on this through a consultation process.
The feedback received offered clear insight that the proposed framework and accompanying principles were strongly supported. See here for a summary of the feedback
The England Hockey Board agreed that a time limited Junior Competitions Framework Focus Group (JCFFG) be established to help shape the detailed offer and model of competitions within the framework.
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Posted by YHAWeb Manager on Thursday 10 November 2016 - 11:10:24;

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